Permanent external lecturer in European Political Economy and European Business

Copenhagen Business School


A position as permanent external lecturer in European Political Economy and European Business at the department of Management, Society and Communication, MSC, is available by 1 September 2019.

The position includes (examples)

  • Teaching in the political economy of European states and macroeconomic theory and concepts
  • Student supervision
  • Preparation of teaching material and exam questions
  • Participation in exams

Common qualifications are a relevant master's degree and additional qualifications. Emphasis will be placed on practical and relevant teaching experience. Educational qualifications will be a consideration in the assessment. A specific requirement is that teaching, instruction, and examinations can be performed in English.

Salary and employment take place in accordance with the circular regarding external lecturers at universities, etc. under the Ministry of Education. The number of working hours is a maximum of 500 hours per academic year and may vary during the semester. The number of hours will be determined twice a year and the employee will be paid in accordance with this. In connection with employment as an external lecturer, the future employee must accept to take a pedagogical course organised by CBS (only if the employee is not able to document participation in pedagogical courses or experience during the first year of employment) and participate in lecturer meetings.

Further information
If you wish to know more about the position, do not hesitate to contact Teaching Associate Professor Kevin McGovern, tel.: 38153354, e-mail:

Your application
Apply for the position on-line by opening the link "apply on-line/søg online". Complete the application form and attach the application with information on previous employment, degree certificates, CV and other appendices.

Information and documentation on previous relevant teaching activities - including duration - must appear from the application, which must also include documentation of teaching qualifications and other special qualifications.

Applicants are required to attach an English summary of Danish publications (10-15 lines) out of regard for English-speaking members of the assessment committee.

Applications are processed in accordance with the ministerial order on the appointment of academic staff at universities (the appointment order). Applicants are asked to submit a list of publications with an indication of the articles that are subject to assessment.

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Application due: 6/28/2019


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