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CIEE Denmark, Copenhagen
We are seeking external lecturers to teach courses within business, sociology, health sciences, psychology, geography, and computer science.
While CIEE is following American academic traditions, we also emphasize the Scandinavian tradition of critical thinking and group work and believe that our teaching should introduce the students to the Danish society through co-curricular activities and out-bound teaching. Hence a strong professional network is an advantage.
The Institute teaches several undergraduate courses to visiting students following the US grading and credit system. The courses are taught during 6-week blocks with 2-3 classes per week, for a total of 45 academic hours.
We are looking for candidates who can demonstrate the type of skills required to work in a primary school setting such as initiative, flexibility and openness to new cultures. Knowledge and/or teaching experience within the PYP IB programme will be given priority.
International School Ikast-Brande (ISIB) is currently looking for a teacher with experience of teaching Danish to students from year 1 to year 7 (indskoling og mellemtrin). Interviews will be arranged immediately as the leadership team would like to recruit as soon as possible, with the possibility to start in August 2019.
The International School Ikast-Brande is located in the Heart of Denmark. It has approximately 200 students on roll spread over the Primary and Secondary sections. Our students are highly motivated and extremely positive about our school.
The school is committed to providing high quality international education to families moving to Denmark and students from the surrounding area seeking a more international education for their children. Our students come from many different countries and nationalities providing a rich and diverse school environment.
Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Kongens Lyngby
DTU Bioengineering at the Technical University of Denmark invites applications for a position as Professor in Innovation and Glycoengineering.
As professor in innovation you will become Deputy Head of Department, responsible for science-based innovation and entrepreneurship with reference directly to Head of Department.
As Deputy Head of Department, you will be responsible for science-based innovation and entrepreneurship, which involves developing new research initiatives and ideas together with expert colleagues at the department, by initiating, identifying, shaping, and developing new projects, ideas and approaches with a focus on applicability, commerciability and patentability.