School of European Culture and Languages, Université de Kent, propose des postes d’assistant d’enseignement, notamment en études religieuses. Date limite de candidature: 1er mai 2012.
Graduate Teaching Assistantships in the School of European Culture and Languages are open to applicants who have been offered a place to commence their studies in September 2012 on any one of the School’s Doctoral programmes, or who are already registered on one of the School’s doctoral programmes. In order to qualify for the above scholarships candidates must:
* Hold a First-Class Bachelor’s degree and/or a Distinction at Master’s level (or equivalent) in a relevant subject.
* Hold an offer of a place on a full-time doctoral research degree in the School of European Culture and Languages for the academic year commencing September 2012, or already be undertaking studies on one of the School’s doctoral programmes.
* Have a high-quality research proposal.
* Have excellent communication skills, both written and oral.
The Assistantships will be offered for one year in the first instance, renewable for a maximum of three years, subject to satisfactory academic performance. Recipients will be expected to undertake four hours of teaching per week over the three years of the award. The SECL GTA competition is open to UK, EU and overseas fee-paying students.
How to apply
Candidates must have made a formal application to study on a SECL doctoral programme, and have received an unconditional offer of a place to commence their studies in September 2012, or already be undertaking their studies on one of the School’s doctoral programmes. Candidates must also send a supporting statement, not exceeding 1,000 words, outlining why they feel they are suitable to be awarded a SECL Graduate Teaching Assistantship. The supporting statement should be sent to the SECL Postgraduate Coordinator, Jacqui Martlew.