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Full Bursary in Sport Sciences and Physical Education

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Profile Description

The University of Chichester has one full Bursary for PhD study for 3 years available in the area of Sport Sciences and Physical Education. Applications will be accepted for the four projects detailed below. The preference will be to appoint an applicant wishing to study full time.

1. Enhancing learning and attainment in music through a self-regulation intervention

The successful candidate will be jointly supervised by Dr. Laura Ritchie (Teaching Fellow in Music, University of Chichester, 01243 816245, [email protected]), Dr Philip Kearney (Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology, 01243 816353, [email protected]), and Dr Iain Greenlees (Reader in Sport and Exercise Psychology, University of Chichester, 01243 816437, [email protected]).

For an informal query about this project contact Dr Laura Ritchie, [email protected]

2. The development of social and cultural capital in children and educational attainment

The successful candidate will be jointly supervised by Dr Elizabeth Pike (Reader in the Sociology of Sport and Exercise , 01243 816356, ([email protected]), Dr Suzanne Everley (Senior Lecturer Physical Education) and Dr Jon Spence (Director of Chichester Institute of Education) with additional support from Andy Wild (Head of Continuing Professional Development Experience).

For an informal discussion about this project please contact Dr Suzie Everley, [email protected] .

3. The efficacy of video simulation to train surveillance strategies for lifeguards

The successful candidate will be jointly supervised by Dr Jenny Page (Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology, 01243 793487, ([email protected]), Dr Philip Kearney (Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology, 01243 816353, [email protected]), and Dr Iain Greenlees (Reader in Sport and Exercise Psychology, University of Chichester, 01243 816437, ([email protected]).

For an informal discussion about this project please contact Dr Jenny Page, [email protected] .

We are particularly interested in high calibre applicants who want to play an active role in the continued development of our research environment. Applicants should have an existing MSc or MA qualification. Every applicant should have good quantitative and/or qualitative research methods skills appropriate to their discipline, and should be a well-organised, self-motivated researcher.

For full information about the bursaries please visit: http://www.chi.ac.uk/research/postgraduate-research/phd-studentships

Application forms can be found here: http://goo.gl/w0FGA

For questions regarding the application process contact Dr Antony Walsh ([email protected]).

 

Funding Notes

Some or all of the PhD opportunities in this programme have funding attached. It is available to citizens of a number of European countries (including the UK). In most cases this will include all EU nationals. However full funding may not be available to all applicants and you should read the full programme details for further information.

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