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Sport & Exercise Science (33)

  Faculty of Sports, Masaryk University


 

 Self-Funded PhD Students Only

About the Programme

The doctoral Sports Sciences programme aims to broaden your expertise in the field of kinanthropology, fostering the development of independent and innovative scientific activities within kinanthropological research. The program is designed to build upon the theoretical knowledge acquired during master's degree studies in universities or other research institutions, equipping students with the necessary skills to excel in kinanthropology research both as independent researchers and as valuable members of collaborative research teams. 

Throughout the course of the program, students become proficient in conducting research, analyzing data, and exploring new avenues in kinanthropological studies. Graduates possess the expertise to conduct research independently and efficiently manage the process of analyzing new research developments within kinanthropology. With the acquired scientific and research proficiency, evidenced through publications and other research outputs, the possibilities for employment within the academic and research spheres will significantly expand. Graduates can pursue careers as educators, sharing their knowledge as teachers in universities and other educational institutions. Additionally, they can take on roles as researchers, contributing their expertise to furthering kinanthropology research in various institutions. 

Overall, the Doctoral Study Program in Sports Sciences empowers graduates with comprehensive skills and knowledge, making them valuable assets in the field of kinanthropology, while providing ample opportunities for impactful contributions to academia, research, and education. More information is available on our website.



Funding Notes

The PhD opportunities on this programme do not have funding attached. You will need to have your own means of paying fees and living costs and / or seek separate funding from student finance, charities or trusts.
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