JUDO RESEARCH INDUCTION COURSE

The Judo Research programme is a partnership between the IJF Academy and the University of Hertfordshire to prepare candidates to apply for the postgraduate MA/MSc by Research course. The Judo Research programme covers the knowledge and skills required to research judo related topics at the postgraduate level. Students will be supported to identify their own topics of interest and to develop processes to answer their burning research questions about judo. Successful students will develop a research proposal that can be pursued through a Master’s by Research degree.

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INFORMATION

The Judo Research programme is a partnership between the IJF Academy and the University of Hertfordshire
to prepare candidates to apply for the postgraduate MA/MSc by Research course.

The Judo Research programme covers the knowledge and skills required
to research judo related topics at the postgraduate level.

Students will be supported to identify their own topics of interest
and to develop processes to answer their burning research questions about judo.

Successful students will develop a research proposal that can be pursued through a Master’s by Research degree.

AIM OF THE COURSE

To help students to formulate their research proposal so that after 10 weeks a research proposal can be submitted for enrolment. Accepted students may proceed to an interview for the Masters course.

COURSE DURATION

10 weeks online, including one hour per week seminar with the instructor.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Applicants are recommended for the programme by the IJF Academy. Minimum of a university Bachelors Degree (normally with first or upper second class honours). English Language native speaker or IELTS 6.5 or equivalent.

COURSE FEE

£1,200 per student

PROGRAMME LEADER

Professor Mike Callan 7th dan, supported by colleagues from the University of Hertfordshire and the IJF Academy

Course instructor

Michael CALLAN

Mike Callan is Associate Professor within Sport, Health and Exercise at the University of Hertfordshire, and head of the i-dojo. He has extensive experience in providing coach education and consultanc...