Research Degrees in
in the Cheshire Campus
Opportunities are available to study for the research degrees of MSc, MPhil and PhD, either full-time or part-time.
Our research impacts at many levels of human performance in the sport and clinical domains.
Broad in scope, our nationally- and internationally-renowned research ranges from laboratory-based work examining the use of video and motor imagery to support skill learning to work in the stroke community developing therapeutic interventions to support motor (re)learning.
Our interdisciplinary work has roots in psychology and neuroscience and we employ a range of methodological tools including transcranial magnetic stimulation, electroencephalography, eye gaze registration, computational modelling, motion tracking and clinical assessment.
Before applying for a research degree, applicants should have a preliminary discussion with a member of staff to discuss a proposed research project.
For queries, please contact:
Please complete the Research Degree Application Form.
Before you apply, we recommend that you:
We will contact you to let you know the initial outcome of your application, and invite you to attend an interview where appropriate.
Once the university is satisfied with the following, we will send you an offer letter informing you that you have been offered a place of study:
Some offers may be conditional upon achieving certain grades in your examinations, or successfully completing a particular programme. You must satisfy these conditions before we can confirm your unconditional place.