MPhil/PhD Sport


Sport touches society in every way. Participation leads to team spirit and fair play. Communities and Countries in the Caribbean are identified by sport and most people identify with sport. Study in Sport can involve sociological aspects, economic impact, scientific interventions and psychological effects on groups of people, countries or the region as a whole. This programme allows students to do in-depth research into any aspect of Sport that has a bearing on the West Indian Society.


Admission to the MPhil programme

The minimum requirement for admission to the MPhil program shall be a Bachelor’s degree with a minimum GPA of 3.0, or an Upper Second Class Honours Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent, unless the Campus Committee for Graduate Studies and Research in any particular case otherwise decides.

Admission to the PhD programme

The minimum requirement for admission to the PhD program shall be any of the following:

  1. Approval of an upgrade application from the MPhil Sport programme
  2. the Faculty shall consider other applications on a case by case (based on the overall academic strength, accomplishments, research strength and publications and experience) for admission into MPhil or Ph.D. programmes.