Research Forum Poster Contest

07 April 2017

As part of our third IMI Research Forum our BA students presented their research work in the form of information posters...

At IMI we take our academic studies seriously but also feel that it should be accessible...

As part of our third Research Forum, we held a Research Poster competition where BA (Hons) students could present their dissertation research.

The idea was to make the posters as attractive and informative as possible using a mixture of text, graphics and pictures.

To make things a little bit more exciting, we held a live vote during the poster exhibition, where students and faculty could vote for their favourite posters with the winner receiving an award certificate and special prize.

Our students really rose to the challenge with a very high-standard of poster covering everything from gambling tourism in Macau to high-end gastro tourism in Portugal.

The poster competition has now become a regular feature of our Research Forums and is a great way for students to get creative while also consolidating their research thinking.

We believe this is a hugely beneficial exercise which produces higher quality dissertation submissions.

Many thanks to all the participants in this year's contest! 

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