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Ph.D Sports Nutrition

Doctorate of Philosophy in Sports Nutrition

Are you holding a post-graduate degree like M.Sc. or M.Phil in Sports Nutrition with a keen interest in pursuing higher studies? If yes, you can go for Ph.D. in the same specialization. It is available in many research institutes and you can select as per your suitability. All the general details are mentioned below.

Course Name: Ph.D Sports Nutrition
Stream: Healthcare & Medical Science
Course Category: Nutrition
Food and Beverage
Duration: 3-5 years


Ph.D. or Doctor of Philosophy is a degree course which is considered as the higher academic degree in all the streams. It is a research-based course during which candidates learn through experiments and research. Ph.D. in Sports Nutrition is related to the study of human nutrition, nutrient metabolism, diet, diet-related diseases, nutrition behavior, nutrition for different sports and many more. The course also includes details study about functions of different nutrients like protein, vitamins, minerals, etc and their specific roles in the body.
Candidates willing to know more about food and its relation to health, nutrition-related problems and have research aptitude are suitable for this course.

Further Study options

After completion of Ph.D., if a candidate is having interest in pursuing higher studies, Post Doctorate degree is an option for them. It is nothing but the extension of their research work they were doing during their Ph.D.

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Candidates holding Post Graduation degree or Master Of Philosophy degree in same or relevant specialization are eligible for this course. It must be pursued from a reputed and registered institute and candidates must have secured at least 55% marks as aggregate.
Candidates having professional experience after their Master’s degree are also eligible for this course.
The age criteria need to be checked from the selected institute before submission of application form as it varies from one institute to another.

Admission Procedure

For getting admissions in the Ph.D. course, candidates need to submit their duly filled application form before the last date of submission. Their application must be enclosed with all other required documents and application fee. Admissions are offered on the basis of performance of candidates in entrance test and interview in most of the institutes. Only a few institutes offer direct admissions but that is on the self-paid basis.


The duration of this course is 3 years in a regular way. But it may vary depending upon different factors and ranges between 3-5 Years in most of the cases.

Course Highlights

The theory part of the course includes topics like Biochemical aspects of nutrition, nutrition in health and diseases, various nutrition programs, nutrition and its effect of physiology, etc.
Candidates also read the available research publications and then start their work on the selected topic. It should be unique in nature.
At the end, thesis needs to be submitted.

Job aspects

These candidates are ideal for working in food processing companies, sports clubs, nutrition consultancy firms, nutritional research labs, etc.

Ph.D Sports Nutrition Admissions for 2019 - 2020 Academic Year

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