24 Mar 2009 14:04:00.000
Talented academics are being sought to take part in a pioneering development in international higher education — at The University of Nottingham Ningbo, China.
The University is looking to recruit up to 30 new staff to build on the growing success of its award-winning Ningbo campus, which is home to a thriving community of international staff and 3,800 students studying for University of Nottingham degrees in a broad range of subjects.
The University was the first foreign higher education institution in the world to establish a campus inside the People’s Republic, introducing degree programmes taught entirely in English in 2004. All degrees are delivered to the same specification as Nottingham UK degrees, at a campus which is a full and integral part of The University of Nottingham.
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Internationalisation is a key element of the University’s strategy for the 21st century. Its international campuses — it also has a campus in Malaysia — present a unique opportunity for academic staff to teach and research in a genuinely global environment.
In its next round of staff appointments at Ningbo, posts are being advertised in the Divisions of International Business — including finance, economics, accounting, marketing, organisational behaviour, human resource management and corporate governance — International Studies, English Studies, Sustainable Development, International Communications and in English language teaching.
Details of all the vacancies are available at: