Three Lectureships in International Politics
City University London - Conjoint Schools of Arts and Social Sciences
City University London is a global University committed to academic excellence with a focus on business and the professions and an enviable central London location.
City’s academic range is broadly-based with world leading strengths in business; law; health sciences; engineering; mathematical sciences; informatics; social sciences; and the arts including journalism and music.
The University is in the top 5% of universities in the world according to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2011/12 and in the top 30 UK Universities according to the Times Higher Education Table of Tables 2011.
It is ranked in the top 12 in the UK for graduate starting salaries (The Sunday Times University Guide 2012) and fifteen of its subject areas were identified as undertaking world-leading or internationally-excellent research in the last Research Assessment Exercise.
City attracts over 17,000 students (35% at postgraduate level) from more than 150 countries, academic staff from over 50 countries and has embarked on a strategic transformation to strengthen still further its position as a leading global University.
The Department of International Politics is seeking to appoint to Lectureships three outstanding academics with research likely to be rated world-leading or internationally-excellent in the forth coming Research Excellence Framework.
The Department will welcome applications from any area of International Politics but has a particular interest in academics with education and research interests in Global Governance, International Development in its broadest sense and International Political Economy.
City offers a sector-leading salary, USS pension scheme and benefits including a comprehensive package of staff training and development.
Closing date for applications: 5.00 pm on **31 July 2012.**
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