Doctorate research proposal

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"A PhD in Sport and Exercise Science is not available in my home country of Chile so I needed to look elsewhere. I choose ECU mainly because my supervisor, Professor Ken Nosaka, is very well known in the area of sport sciences. Professor Nosaka has been very supportive and helpful in my research journey at ECU. He is more than a supervisor; he is more like a mentor and I learn something new every meeting, both as a researcher and as a person. Probably my greatest challenge at the beginning was the language, especially in scientific writing. I attended writing and other workshops and I’ve since had the opportunity to do oral presentations at three big conferences in Europe and Australia. Since graduating, I have returned to Chile to teach and undertake research at University Finis Terrae."

Doctorate research proposal

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