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Wed Mar 28 2007

Jobs: French Lang & Ling: Grad Teaching Fellowship, The U of Manchester

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        1.    Sara Duncalf, French Language & Linguistics: Graduate Teaching Fellowship, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom


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Message 1: French Language & Linguistics: Graduate Teaching Fellowship, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Date: 27-Mar-2007
From: Sara Duncalf <sara.duncalfmanchester.ac.uk>
Subject: French Language & Linguistics: Graduate Teaching Fellowship, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom


University or Organization: The University of Manchester
Department: School of Languages, Linguistics & Cultures
Web Address: http://www.manchester.ac.uk/llc

Job Rank: Graduate Teaching Fellowship

Specialty Areas: French Language & Linguistics

Required Language(s): French (fra)

Description:

The Graduate Teaching Fellowship (GTF) must be undertaken in conjunction
with a PhD programme of study at the University of Manchester and
applicants for the GTF MUST possess relevant teaching experience.

The Graduate Teaching Fellow will be required to teach for 6 hours per week.

The GTF is open to Home/EU and International applicants and comprises three
elements: the payment of full Home/EU or International fees [2007/8
academic session £3240 per annum (Home/EU) or £9500 per annum
(International)], which is paid directly to the University, a monthly
salary for teaching (2006/7 academic session: £5596.55 per annum), which is
paid directly into your bank account in 10 monthly instalments and a
bursary (2007/8 academic session: £6754.80 per annum) paid in quarterly
instalments by cheque, which is normally collected the first week of
October, January, April and July.

The application criteria for the GTF are as follows:

1. You must apply and be accepted for a PhD programme of study in the
School of Languages, Linguistics and Cultures.

2. You must possess previous teaching experience.

For further information regarding the teaching element of the French
Language & Linguistics GTF, please contact Professor David Adams, Head of
French Studies,
email david.adamsmanchester.ac.uk or Professor Maj-Britt Hansen, email
majhum.ku.dk.

For general information and guidance regarding entry requirements and
applying for a PhD programme of study, please contact Michelle Fenlon,
Postgraduate Admissions Officer; telephone 0161 275 3559,
email:michelle.fenlonmanchester.ac.uk.

Application Deadline: 14-May-2007

Mailing Address for Applications:
Sara Duncalf
Postgraduate Office, SLLC, Humanities Lime Grove
The University of Manchester
Oxford Road
Manchester M13 9PL
United Kingdom

Contact Information:
Sara Duncalf
Email: sara.duncalfmanchester.ac.uk
Phone: +44 (0)161 306 1726
Fax: +44 (0)161 275 3031

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