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sport science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 91 sport science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Virtually the same? Examining perception and learning in immersive VR. Public Health & Sport Science PhD Studentship (QUEX Institute Funded)

The QUEX Institute studentships are available for January 2024 entry. This prestigious programme provides full tuition fees, stipend of £19,237 p.a, travel funds of up to £15,000, and RTSG of £10,715 over the life of the studentship. Read more

Self-Funded PhD Opportunities in Sport and Exercise Sciences

Are you passionate about Sport and Exercise Sciences and eager to advance your research career? London South Bank University is pleased to offer self-funded PhD opportunities in Sport and Exercise Sciences for motivated and talented qualified individuals. Read more

Quantifying the enhancement of swimming performance through strength and conditioning / performance analysis interventions

About the Project. Despite its global appeal, swimming has been slow to embrace microtechnology in competition. This has now changed and has opened the door for researchers to investigate new conditioning practices and challenge the way things have always been done. Read more

Nationalism, populist politics and sport migrations: heroes or villains?

Right-wing populist political voices, movements and values have been on the rise. Europe has been witnessing tendencies that are frequently associated with identity politics, ethno-nationalism, racism, sexism, anti-elitism and a general sense of ‘them vs. Read more

Men’s lives: the consequences of living with high levels of drive for muscularity

Historically, body image research has focused on females and their dieting and weight loss habits. McCreary and Sasse (2000) recognised that although some men desired to be thin for health, occupational, or recreational reasons, high levels of the drive for thinness in men from Western societies is relatively rare. Read more
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Fully-funded PhD Studentship: The Biased Blame Game - Understanding why we blame others for our own mistakes in cooperative settings

Applications are invited for a fully funded 3-year PhD studentship under the supervision of Dr. Paul Rauwolf in the School of Psychology and Sport Science at Bangor University, commencing between October 2024 and January 2025. Read more

Improving technical efficiency in Rowing

Supervisory Team:  Dr Joseph Banks, Dr Dominic Taunton, Prof Stephen Turnock. Project description.  The sport of Rowing presents the engineer with a complex multi-physics challenge where marginal performance gains can make the difference between success and failure. Read more
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Human speech production: From the brain to the vocal tract

Applications are invited for a three-year fully funded PhD studentship within the School of Psychology and Sport Science, Bangor University. The studentship covers the full cost of tuition fees, plus a maintenance stipend (approx. Read more

Examining mental health and wellbeing service provision for rugby players experiencing catastrophic injury (Ref: SSEHS/RFU)

Spinal Cord Injuries (SCIs) and Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs) in rugby are rare, however the consequences are far-reaching. sustaining a catastrophic injury presents a rapid and life-altering shift in a rugby players’ personal and social identity and their day-to-day reality. Read more

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