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Sports, Recreation & Leisure Studies PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 22 Sports, Recreation & Leisure Studies PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 22 Sports, Recreation & Leisure Studies PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

Fully funded PhD-position to evaluate the Wellbeing South Australia state-wide physical activity program

Physical inactivity is an important risk factor for the development of chronic disease. There is an urgent need to implement population-based strategies to increase physical activity, to reduce the burden of disease and improve quality of life. Read more

England Netball Fully Funded PhD Studentship in collaboration with Leeds Beckett University

Full-time fully funded PhD Studentship. Start date – October 2021. Leeds Beckett University and England Netball are looking to recruit a highly motivated individual to join the research team at Leeds Beckett University, alongside providing sports science support to Vitality Roses athletes. Read more

Leeds Rhinos Rugby League fully funded PhD Studentship in collaboration with Leeds Beckett University

Full-time fully funded PhD Studentship . Start date: October 2021. Leeds Beckett University and Leeds Rhinos Rugby League club are looking to recruit a highly motivated individual to join the embedded research team at Leeds Rhinos Rugby League club. Read more

PhD Studentship - Facilitating improved health in type 2 diabetes patients from low socio-economic and minority groups in the North-East

Number of awards. 1. Start date and duration. September 2021 for 3 years full time. Overview. This PhD studentship will explore health behaviours and attitudes to physical activity and dietary changes in relation to type 2 diabetes and obesity in low socio-economic status minority groups in the North East of England. Read more

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