2023 sees the fifth International Visualise Your Thesis Programme, where the winners of local programmes– organised by national and international universities – will compete against each other in an online International Programme final.

Latest Programme Updates

We are pleased to announce Expressions of Interest (EOIs) & Registrations to host a local Visualise Your Thesis programme in 2023 are now open!

Please note that EOIs & Registrations close Monday 5 June 2023 23:59 (Melbourne, Australia time).

We invite institutions to participate by running a local Visualise Your Thesis Programme for their own graduate researchers using the official guidelines and competition kit provided by the University of Melbourne upon registration.

Click the button below to submit and Expression Interest (EOI) for you institution:

Submit EOI

If you are interested in hosting a local programme and participating in the International Visualise Your Thesis Programme or have questions please email the team at visualise-thesis@unimelb.edu.au.

2023 Programme Timeline

March - 5 June

Institutions submit an expression of interest and register to host a local Visualise Your Thesis programme.

March - August

Visualise Your Thesis local programmes held at individual universities worldwide. Winners of local Visualise Your Thesis programmes are entered into the International Visualise Your Thesis Programme (online).


Trending on VYT is a way to engage students in promoting their videos online and for the videos about their research to reach even more people. It’s a win-win! Tweet/retweet your entry with the hashtag #TrendingOnVYT

The winner is selected based on how many views their video receives on the VYT International Figshare repository. Dates TBC


Visualise Your Thesis prize announcement. Further details to come.


The International Visualise Your Thesis competition showcase is powered by figshare.

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Contact us

For further information, institutions can contact visualise-thesis@unimelb.edu.au

Please note: University of Melbourne graduate researchers should visit the UoM Visualise Your Thesis site.