The School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences offers an exciting, interdisciplinary research environment, where research students work alongside expert staff with a diverse range of interests and experience.
By studying for a PhD with us, you will be joining a thriving research community of over 200 Doctoral Researchers from across the globe. You will add to world-leading research that is helping to shape the latest advancements across the sport, exercise and health sectors.
The aim of a PhD is to make a novel contribution to knowledge and to discover something that no-one else has done before.
As a Doctoral Researcher at Loughborough you will be responsible for managing your own schedule and developing your own ideas and approach, while being supported every step of the way. You will be supported by at least two supervisors, who will be on-hand to provide support, as well as academic expertise.
We provide a number of funded studentships across a diverse range of disciplines within sport, exercise and health sciences, as well as welcoming research proposals relevant to our wide-ranging expertise, encompassing medicine, molecular biology, nutrition, biomechanics, economics, pedagogy, psychology, sociology, sport management and more.