Visiting professor invitation - Burgundy School of Business
ONE WEEK BLOCK TEACHING OPPORTUNITY AT BURGUNDY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, DIJON – SPRING 2020
Please find below details of the Visiting Professor opportunity at Burgundy School of Business for our Spring Semester. Teaching takes place on a block week basis with other international visiting professors and it's also a good occasion to network with other faculty members from prestigious international institutions. The idea is to give students a captivating experience of academic excellence, with charismatic international faculty passionate about their subject area.
Module content and delivery:
Language of instruction: English
Block teaching over one week (Monday through Friday)
20 hours (10 hours in class and 10 hours in coaching) - Total workload for the students = 40 to 50 hours on average
Individual assessment is to take place throughout the week and/or on Friday afternoon if a final exam needs to be scheduled.
A re-sit exam must be planned by the visiting faculty
Face to face instruction is scheduled every morning, the afternoons are dedicated to coached teamwork or individual assignments
Course content: Course content in entrepreneurship, finance and governance, behavieural economics or any other topic in management specific to Spain.
Students profile: First year of Master in Management – 21-22 years old average. BSB Home students and International students.
Week #2: January 27-31
Week #3: February 3-7
Week#4: March 2-6
Week #5: March 9-13
Burgundy School of Business provides a stipend of €1750 for one week.
Travel expenses are covered from your airport/train station to Dijon.
§ The reimbursement (plane+ train+ taxi+ public transports) will cover up to 600 € for travel from Europe,
2000 € for Asia, 1600 € for Africa/America
Hotel accommodation and breakfasts are booked and paid for by Burgundy School of Business from Sunday to Saturday morning.
Lunch is provided on teaching days as well as two dinners (the first and last evening), and a cheese and wine tasting evening.
Each visiting faculty proposes a module and as many dates as possible. Burgundy School of Business selects the most appropriate module. You will find enclosed the syllabus template to be filled in and returned. As the visiting faculty must be recognized in a specific field of expertise we will also require his/her CV and most recent evaluations. We would like to highlight that we wish to offer our students a new teaching experience and topics that are not necessarily available in Dijon. Innovative courses are highly appreciated !
Please note that as students select electives and that as we require a minimum of 15 students for a module to run, in the case of undersubscription, international visiting faculty will be notified in December if BSB has to cancel a module.
To contact the coordinator, click: here