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 24 October 2009 | visits 819

International Study Centre at Herstmonceux Castle

Humanities

International Study Centre at Herstmonceux Castle

East Sussex, England.

Queen’s University (Canada)


The Bader International Study Centre at Herstmonceux Castle is owned and operated by Queen’s University at Kingston, Canada (www.queensu.ca/isc).  The BISC offers first-year and upper-year university programmes in the humanities and social sciences and professional programmes in commerce and law, to students from Canada, US, Mexico, Asia, Europe and Australasia. Programmes at the BISC are characterised by small class sizes, a residential environment leading to close interaction between students and faculty, emphasis on the British, European, and international contexts, and systematic integration of field studies into the fabric of courses.


The BISC is currently preparing staffing lists for the following terms, for all courses in our programme as detailed on www.queensu.ca/isc:  Spring 2010 (May to mid-June), Summer 2010 (mid-June to mid-July). An advertisement for Fall and Winter 2010/11 will appear in January 2010. There is also the possibility of multi-term and continuing faculty contracts. Appointments are subject to a satisfactory Criminal Records Bureau check in the UK or approved police check in your home country. Annual salary in the range of  £25,000 - £30,000, pro-rated at  £2,500 - £3,185 per semester course.


Instructors with excellent university-level teaching records, demonstrated research achievements or potential, and PhD in hand or near completion are invited to request, by e-mail, an application form and information sheet from: Ms. J Ritchie, e-mail: j_ritchie@bisc.queensu.ac.uk.   Applicants should state the area(s) in which they wish to teach, and should indicate whether they are currently eligible to work in the United Kingdom.


The deadline for receipt of applications is 9th November 2009.

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