The MRes in Sport, Health and Applied Science is a unique opportunity for you to undertake a Master’s degree, with a specific research focus.
- The Master of Research qualification allows you to develop a broad range of research knowledge and skills, whilst pursuing a substantial subject-based research project.
- Staff at St Mary's have a wealth of teaching and research experience in the fields of Sport, Health and Applied Science.
- This programme is designed to equip you with the knowledge and practical expertise needed to progress a career in research.
Why study Master's in Research: Sport, Health and Applied Science?
We provide a range of opportunities to work closely with world-leading researchers from our Faculty in areas such as:
The programme's PDs are Kyriaki Myrissa and Carla Meijen.
The programme is a one year (full-time) or two year (part-time) course that aims to provide research-orientated training in a vibrant educational environment.
The master will be ideal for you if you have completed an undergraduate research project and have an interest in developing your research ideas in collaboration with a selected supervisor. If you have a long-term interest in completing a PhD or pursuing a career in research you will benefit from undertaking this MRes programme.
We have a number of established research relationships with professional organisations, clinics and businesses. These connections can provide some MRes students with the opportunity to complete a collaborative project in an applied research environment.
Why St Mary's?
As one of the leading London universities for sports, health and exercise sciences, we boast a number of successful alumni, such as Sir Mo Farah and Joe Wicks (The Body Coach).
To support research in these areas, we have developed state-of-the-art facilities, which will be available to you during your studies.
We have an established research profile and a new postgraduate research centre, which you will have access to. We excel in applied research and have a number of recognised research clusters: