Cardiff Met offers a number of doctoral scholarship schemes designed to offer opportunities for post graduate study in a range of disciplines.
For details of individual schemes and projects, please click on the following links;
Cardiff Metropolitan University's Research Innovation Awards (RIAs)
Research Innovation Awards (RIAs) aim to support the continued development of world leading and internationally excellent doctoral level research at Cardiff Metropolitan University.
Applications for these awards are invited from talented graduates wishing to pursue doctoral level study in a number of areas.
Other Doctoral Scholarships
Details of doctoral scholarships currently available via Cardiff Met's academic schools are listed below:
Three year Research Scholarship in the Department of Applied Psychology, within the School of Sport and Health Sciences, Cardiff Metropolitan University.
Cardiff Metropolitan University is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic individual to undertake a doctorate in the field of bilingual education. The successful candidate will receive a three year Scholarship which will be funded by the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol.
Research area: Bilingual Education
Start date: October 2020 (or January 2021 at the latest due to covid-19 circumstances)
Duration of research: 3 years
Closing date: 5 o'clock, Friday, July 3rd 2020.
For more information download the application pack.
Funded PhD Research Studentship (full-time) - Sport Biomechanics and Physical Preparation
Package: Four-year bursary of £21,000 per annum (2019/2020 rate) plus tuition fees (at EU/UK rate)
Start date: As soon as possible in agreement with the supervisory team
Application Deadline: 13th November
Project Title: Coaching biomechanics interface and effective skill and physical development.
Summary: With tennis players training near physiological maximum identifying the most effective and efficient pathways of skill development and performance enhancement is desirable. Developing initial insights in the coaching knowledge and the conceptual understanding of skill will contribute to this PhD programme. Using coaching knowledge in conjunction with biomechanics and motor control approaches this research will aim to examine the biomechanical determinants of successful performance and explore effective skill and physical development methods in Tennis. Exploring the training principles using biomechanics and motor control theory this project aims to make training more effective efficient and safe. The overall purpose of the research is to gain an insight into the key biomechanical indicators that may be used to develop athlete-centred training programmes in order to improve performance.
Please send completed application form and CV to:
Rachael Lusted (firstname.lastname@example.org ), Research and Enterprise Officer, Cardiff School of Sport and Health Sciences, Cyncoed Road, Cardiff, CF23 6XD
Details of KESSII Scholarships currently available at Cardiff Metropolitan University, please follow the link below: