Dean of International, Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, England, UK. Deadline: 15 March 2019.
Canterbury Christ Church University is a modern, dynamic University with some 17,000 students across two major campuses in Kent and at partner institutions in Greece, Hong Kong and Sri Lanka. The University is now seeking to appoint to the newly created, cross-institutional role of Dean of International. Reporting to the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, the Dean will provide academic leadership across the University to achieve significant increases in inbound recruitment of international students in priority subject areas, and to establish a focused set of international strategic partnerships to underpin both inbound recruitment and transnational activity. The successful candidate will also play a leading role in driving internationalisation of the curriculum and academic portfolio, and in promoting student and staff mobility and exchange. They will sit on the University’s senior leadership group.
Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, Canterbury Christ Church University – School of Psychology, Politics and Sociology. Closes: October 26, 2017.
The role is focused on key aspects of the delivery of the foundation, undergraduate and post graduate levels of the curriculum, with specific reference to international relations and contemporary security studies. The successful applicant will also be expected to contribute to strong research record of Politics and International Relations team, and use their research to inform their teaching practice.
Applicants should have a doctorate in International Relations or Politics, with experience of teaching in the university sector and a strong emerging record of research and publications. The ability to teach international relations and contemporary security studies will be crucial to the post, thought the successful applicant will need to be sufficiently flexible to deliver other aspects of the curriculum as required.
Canterbury Christ Church University (New Zealand) welcomes applicants for full-time PhD scholarships (a stipend of £13,000 p.a. and tuition fee waiver for three years). Applications are invited across a range of subjects and themes.
Among the topics that seem likely to attract interest to those following the Center for Intercultural Dialogue may be these (follow the link above for their complete list):
Education: Language and Intercultural Education; Equality, Inclusion and Social Justice; Pedagogy and Identity
Arts and Humanities: Applied Linguistics; Film Studies; Media and Cultural Studies
Social and Applied Sciences: Politics and International Relations; Sociology; Tourism Studies
Closing date: 18th April 2017. Registration date: 1st October 2017.