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Present around the World Competition


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Make an impression worldwide. Win a £150 cash prize and a chance to travel around the world. Please note that this event will now be held on 24th April.

Date and Time

24 April 2013 - 18:00-21:00


Bath, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Somerset and West Wiltshire local network.

About this event

Would you like to develop your presentation skills?

Why not enter an IET presentation competition for students and young professionals at The University of Bath?


What you have to do:

  • Be aged between 18 and 26 in 2013.
  • Give a ten minute presentation on a technological or engineering topic and answer five minutes of questions ....SIMPLES.
  • Why do it?
  • You could win £150 for 15 minutes work.
  • Good for your CV and Professional Development.
  • It is acceptable to use a presentation you have given before.  Use a final year project presentation; as long as it contains a link to technology or engineering.

How to enter  (entry closes Friday, 12th April, 2013):

  • Email: with 'PATW' in the subject.  Include your presentation title and contact details.
  • There are limited spaces at this competition.

Additional information

This event will take place in room 2.5 in building 8W at the University of Bath.

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