QUALIFICATION FOR ADMISSIONApplicants must have a recognized Master's degree, obtained the Postgraduate Diploma in Education or equivalent education qualification, relevant working experience and demonstrated research ability (such as publication, master thesis, project report, etc.). Applicants should fulfill the "English Language Proficiency Requirement" as stipulated by the Graduate School. Please refer to the "Postgraduate Prospectus" or web page: http://www.gs.cuhk.edu.hk for details on this requirement.
PERIOD OF STUDYFull-time programme: 36 months (maximum period of study: 84 months)
Part-time programme: 48 months (maximum period of study: 96 months)
PROGRAMME DESCRIPTIONThe programme reflects the mission of the Department and is based on the assumption that physical activity is a health-related behaviour that influences the health and well being of individuals. It is from the perspective that post-graduate students can study physical activity (including sports) using a biomechanical, psychological, sociological, pedagogical or physiological approach. Consequently, all of the research conducted in the Department is focused on physical activity in terms of its contribution to related fields of sports medicine, health and exercise.
PROGRAMME REQUIREMENTSThe Ph.D. Programme in Education is research-oriented. A study normally combines seminars with guided independent research in an individually designed course of study under the guidance of supervisor and two or three other advisors. S/he may be required to enroll in formal courses of lectures within the Graduate Division of Education and in other divisions of the University as deemed necessary.
AREA OF STUDY
- Curriculum Policy, Design & Implementation in Sports & Physical Education
- Health and Fitness
- Measurement in Physical Education and Sports
- Physical Education and Sports Pedagogy
- Sports Biomechanics
- Sports Physiology
- Sports Psychology
- Sports Sociology
COMPLETED THESISClick to view
APPLICATION DEADLINEDecember 01, 2016
For applicants who apply for PhD programme through the Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme (HKPFS)
January 31, 2017
For applicants who apply for MPhil/PhD programme directly with CUHK (i.e. non-HKPFS applicants)
COMMENCEMENT OF CLASSESSeptember 2017
Enquiries:Tel: 3943 6089