Lecturer in International Relations

De Montfort University
  • Location
    Leicester, United Kingdom
  • Sector
  • Experience
    Early Career / Mid Career
  • Posted
    May 20

Position description

DMU is a leading modern university with a commitment to the public good and to creating and sustaining a vibrant and inclusive learning environment for all our students. High quality research and excellence in teaching and learning are central to our vision. We are looking to appoint enthusiastic, collaborative, high performing academics to join the Department of Politics, People and Place. We are particularly interested in attracting applicants with an interest in International Security, International Political Economy and with a strong commitment to innovative teaching practice.

Faculty / Directorate

The Faculty of Business and Law, which comprises Leicester Castle Business School and Leicester De Montfort Law School, boasts an excellent reputation for teaching quality across a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses. The growing student body consists of more than 8000 students of more than 70 nationalities, making it a truly global faculty. With more than 400 academic and practitioner staff, students are taught in the state-of-the-art £35 million Hugh Aston Building (which has a new extension opening later this year) and the iconic Leicester Castle.


We are currently seeking applicants who can design and deliver modules in a creative and innovative way which ensures a positive student learning experience. Delivery will across a range of undergraduate, postgraduate, distance and blended distance learning programmes. You will lead, develop, manage, teach and assess learning provision and will engage with a range of students, including corporate clients. You will be expected to support all aspects of the student learning journey including securing placements, organising #DMU global experiences, personal tutoring, employability initiatives and meeting Universal Design for Learning (UDL) requirements.


Ideal Candidate

Our strengths include a tradition of high quality and innovative teaching, a strong research culture and a commitment to developing innovative and practical solutions to contemporary public issues.

These positions are an ideal next step if you are keen to progress your academic career in a dynamic, collegiate and highly supportive department.

To discuss the post further you can contact Chris Goldsmith Head of the Department of Politics, People and Place via email at [email protected].


Application instructions

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