Assistant / Associate / Professor (D2) of Philosophy
Category: Foreign teacher for teaching and research (Performing duties as a full-timer for 9 months and above each year)
First-Level Discipline: Philosophy
Second-Level Discipline: Marxist Philosophy, Chinese Philosophy, Foreign Philosophy, Ethics
Aesthetics, Philosophy of Science and Technology, Logic, Science of Religion, Political Philosophy
- Independently provide 2 undergraduate or postgraduate courses annually during the tenure.
- Publish influential academic papers on key journals in the field.
- Responsible for or participate in scientific research projects arranged by the school.
- Undertake other social services arranged by BNU and the school.
- Meet the hiring criteria for Backbone Talents; Professor of philosophy or researcher with a title equivalent to the title of professor at a foreign university;
- Publish more than 5 high-level academic papers on high-level journals at home and abroad and more than 2 high-level academic works;
- With key achievements in the field, which carry significant academic impact;
- Work as a full-timer in BNU for over 9 months annually.
For more details on the Eligibility, Remuneration and Benefits, please visit BNU Global Recruitment - Beijing Campus
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About Beijing Normal University (BNU)
Established in 1902, the Beijing Normal University (BNU or colloquially Beishida) began as the Faculty of Education of Capital Metropolitan University, which facilitated teacher training in Chinese higher education. It is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in China and was recognised by the Chinese Ministry of Education as a Class A Double First Class University. BNU was one of the first Chinese institutions to recruit international students, and now has around 1,800 long-term international students from over 100 countries and regions. Known for its Mandarin Chinese study programmes, BNU also collaborates with Princeton University for the Princeton in Beijing program.
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