HAN U Applied Sciences: International Business (Netherlands)

“JobProfessor of International Business, International School of Business, HAN University of Applied Sciences, Arnhem, Netherlands. Deadline: 10 March 2022.

The Professor of International Business will contribute to the research priorities of HAN University of Applied Sciences and the International School of Business (ISB) by shaping the development of essential skills for future business professionals such as problem solving, collaboration skills and intercultural awareness and thereby supporting policies to attract businesses to the region.

The Centre of International Business Research (CIBR) is part of the International School of Business. It contributes to the development of the professional practice and ISB`s educational programmes, i.e., practice-based research and education in the international business and communication courses. The research conducted by the group focuses on global citizenship and international business (education), international entrepreneurship, and sustainable international finance and supply chains. CIBR consists of an ambitious group of researchers and is looking for an individual who likes to further develop the Centre’s national recognition in line with the priorities of the university.

The professor of International Business is responsible for knowledge development, knowledge dissemination to and from the educational and professional practice, the professional development of lecturers and the translation of knowledge into the curriculum of the IB programme.

Author: Center for Intercultural Dialogue

Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz, the Director of the Center for Intercultural Dialogue, manages this website.

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