Individual project

7.5 university credits.

Part-time 50%.

Do you want to deepen your knowledge in a sports science data collection method or theory? Or gain practical work experience for your studies, research, or profession? Then this is the course for you.

Application opens Mar 15

Autumn 2024

Application opens Mar 15

  • Education level

    Advanced

  • Study pace

    50%

  • Teaching hours

    Mixed

  • Teaching form

    Remote (internet)

  • Start

    Autumn 2024, week 36

  • Mandatory meetings

    3

  • Teaching language

    English

  • Course plan

    GIH-MAINDP
  • Course manager

    Elin Ekblom Bak
  • Application code

    GIH-24F61

  • Entry requirements

    General entry requirements for master's level (second cycle) studies

  • Tuition fee

    For applicants with citizenship outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland:

    More information about tuition fees

About the course

This course is aimed at you who, within your student, research or professional role, want to deepen your knowledge in a method, a theory, practical work or equivalent in the field of sports science. The project can be located at GIH, at another university, or in a company or organization. The planned project must be clearly related to sports science.

As a student, you are responsible for finding a suitable project and supervisor. During the first course week, a preliminary project plan must have been approved by the course supervisor. The project plan should contain a brief description of the project, the intended supervisor with a description of suitable scientific and/or practical competence for supervision, a timetable for the project, and suggestions for scientific literature to be used as a starting point. The project plan must be signed by the intended supervisor.

After completing the project, you write and submit a report that will be your examination assignment. In the report, you get the opportunity to give an account of the project, as well as describe and reflect on experiences and development from the implementation of the project.

The course runs at half speed.

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As a student, you have the opportunity to take an active part in the work of developing our education. Read more about GIH's quality assurance work and take part in current course and programme evaluations.

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Autumn 2024

Application opens Mar 15

  • Education level

    Advanced

  • Study pace

    50%

  • Teaching hours

    Mixed

  • Teaching form

    Remote (internet)

  • Start

    Autumn 2024, week 36

  • Mandatory meetings

    3

  • Teaching language

    English

  • Course plan

    GIH-MAINDP
  • Course manager

    Elin Ekblom Bak
  • Application code

    GIH-24F61

  • Entry requirements

    General entry requirements for master's level (second cycle) studies

  • Tuition fee

    For applicants with citizenship outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland:

    More information about tuition fees
Last modified:20 Dec 2023