Coventry University and Play the Game launch PhD Studentship on anti-corruption in sport

11.03.2008

By Play the Game
The PhD and the studentship will focus on corruption in professional sport and be supervised by Professor Simon Chadwick and Dr John Beech. The overall project will be undertaken in conjunction with Play the Game.

CIBS - Centre for the International Business of Sport - at Coventry University has a PhD research studentship available.

The PhD and the studentship will focus on corruption in professional sport and be supervised by Professor Simon Chadwick and Dr John Beech. The overall project will be undertaken in conjunction with Play the Game.

Studentships will commence in September 2008 and last for a three-year period at the end of which it is expected that the PhD will have been completed.

The studentship provides a maintenance grant of £12,500 per annum plus fees (at the home/EU rate) for three years.

As part of the studentship, successful applicants will be expected to undertake some teaching duties and support activities and to contribute to research activities within the Faculty.

Applicants will be expected to have a good Masters degree (average marks of 60% +) in a relevant subject from a recognised academic institution. An IELTS score of 7 or above is required for those who do not have English as a first language.

To request further information on the studentship as well as for full details on the application process, please contact Ingrid MacDonald or Alison Jones either by telephone, +44 (0)24 767 403, or by email at a.jones@coventry.ac.uk or i.macdonald@coventry.ac.uk.

Closing date for applications is 25 April 2008

CENTRE FOR THE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS OF SPORT (CIBS)
CIBS is an official Coventry University applied research centre that delivers high quality applied research, training, consultancy and networking outputs across a range of sports and in a number of different disciplines.


Members of CIBS undertake applied research projects; offer a range of consultancy services; provide a retained academic service; deliver generic and bespoke training programmes; create opportunities for networking and collaborative exchange; and work with sport organisations to identify ways in which CIBS can assist them with specific projects.

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