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Careers at UMGC Europe

HIRING NOW: UMGC is seeking a Polish language professor to teach U.S. servicemembers overseas.

University of Maryland Global Campus Europe is not just a great place to learn. It’s also a great place to work. The university offers an array of careers and jobs, along with ample opportunities for growth and advancement. Explore the broad range of faculty and staff positions (click on Advanced Job Search, then select Europe as the region) and become a member of the UMGC Europe community.


UMGC Europe hires both part-time and full-time staff to fill various positions at our headquarters (HQ) office in Kaiserslautern, Germany as well as at each of our 50 locations in Europe, the Middle East, and in North Africa. Check our Locations page for the list of sites. Staff positions range from student services specialists to human resource generalists, from finance professionals to IT experts, and many more. In the field, we hire program coordinators and academic advisors to work directly with our students, and we have customer relationship managers and logistics supervisors to work in each of our regions. We hope you will consider some of our exciting job possibilities!


There are two major faculty categories: collegiate and adjunct.

Collegiate faculty hold teaching appointments that normally cover one academic year. To qualify for a collegiate appointment, the applicant usually must have a doctorate as well as meet university requirements for teaching in an additional discipline. Candidates must be eligible for an ID card (CAC) and SOFA status. Faculty members with qualifications in more than one discipline help make it possible for the university to offer a wider range of courses at smaller locations.

Adjunct faculty constitute the largest group of faculty members for UMGC Europe. Adjunct faculty members are appointed to teach specific courses each term. Most adjunct faculty do not move from location to location; they teach courses for which they are qualified when offered at installations near their homes. Many of these faculty members hold positions with European universities; others are U.S. servicemembers, Department of Defense employees, or individuals in private business. These are faculty whose major incomes are derived from other sources. Applicants for adjunct teaching positions must have legal residency and pass a local background check in the country in which they apply to teach. Applicants with a U.S. Military ID card and ILS (Individual Logistical Support) will be given preference.

All applicants are required to complete and submit an Employment and Logistical Support Eligibility Questionnaire as a part of the online application. This form is used strictly for employment and logistical eligibility purposes and will not be shared with the hiring managers.

Approval Process

All faculty applications are collected through our online applicant management system. To determine the specific courses you are approved to teach, your completed file (including application, transcripts, certificates, resume, and reference letters) is reviewed by a dean or academic coordinator. For a general idea of the credentials required for teaching, please refer to the requirements. Should you be needed to teach a course, you will be contacted and sent the necessary textbooks and teaching materials. Once your scheduled course is confirmed, you will be sent an Appointment Agreement for that course.

Guidelines for Completing the Application to Teach

The academic departments rely fully on your documentation to reach a decision on a request for approval to teach specific courses. Thus, in completing your application, you should supply as much pertinent information as possible concerning your areas of expertise. Applicants who attended institutions that issue transcripts should have these submitted as soon as possible.

If your college or university does not issue transcripts, you must find other ways to document the nature of your studies. Among the materials that would prove helpful are copies of your course and program descriptions, diplomas and certificates, Studienbuecher, copies of seminar reports, publications, titles of papers written, and statements from your references about your studies. The more documents you supply and the more specific they are, the greater your chances of having the evaluation completed within the normal time frame and of being approved for the appropriate courses.

Before submitting your online application, please be sure you have done the following:

  1. Fully completed all items on the online application form
  2. Listed three academic references
  3. Arranged for all undergraduate and graduate transcripts to be submitted
    (If you attended institutions that do not issue transcripts, include the appropriate documentation.)
  4. Attached copies of any relevant certificates
  5. Included a current resume

Requirements for Teaching Undergraduate Liberal Arts

The following undergraduate programs are available to students overseas: UMGC Certificate, Associate of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Bachelor of Arts degrees.

AccountingA master's degree in accounting is the minimum requirement for teaching Principles of Accounting. Candidates with a master's degree in business or a related field who have earned a bachelor's in accounting and a CPA or CMA may be considered.
AnthropologyA doctorate or extensive work beyond the master's degree. Applicants may be approved to teach only those courses directly related to their graduate concentration.
Art HistoryA doctorate or active work toward it, or a master's degree plus extensive background and experience. Graduate work must be in art history and not in the studio arts.
Business and ManagementA master's degree is required as the minimum academic preparation for all business and management courses. Approvals for upper-level business and management courses will be extended only for areas supported by a concentration (at least three courses) of graduate work.
Business Law
(BMGT 378, 380, 381)
A JD degree with concentration in areas pertinent to business.
ChemistryAt least a master's degree or equivalent in chemistry, chemical engineering, or a related field. A PhD is preferred. Other factors considered include recency of exposure to chemistry, laboratory experience, teaching experience, and academic references.
CommunicationA master's degree or PhD in technical communication, business communication, or science writing; or a master's degree or PhD in English or rhetoric. Lecturers should also have significant work experience in these fields and the equivalent of two years of college teaching in communication or writing.
Computer StudiesA master's degree or PhD in computer science or information systems management, or a related area. Lecturers must also have professional experience with computers, have college-level teaching experience in one of the computer studies disciplines, and be proficient in using sophisticated micro-computers in an instructional setting.
Criminal Justice and CriminologyA master's degree or PhD in criminal justice or criminology. Applicants who hold higher degrees in sociology or law enforcement with specialization in criminology also will be considered.
EconomicsA master's degree in economics is the minimum requirement for teaching Principles of Economics. Approvals for upper-level economics courses will be extended to those areas of economics supported by a concentration (at least three courses) of graduate course work.
EnglishA master's degree in English language or literature. Prefer two years or more of experience teaching American students at the college/university level.
Foreign LanguageAn American master's degree in the language or the European equivalent. Prefer training in linguistics and previous experience teaching the language to American adults.
GeologyA master's degree in geology. A doctorate or work toward it and/or teaching experience preferred.
Government and PoliticsA doctorate or extensive work beyond the master's degree. Approvals will extend only to the course(s) directly related to the applicant's graduate concentration. Holders of an undergraduate and graduate degree in political science with teaching experience may be considered for a limited number of courses.
HistoryA doctorate or extensive work beyond the master's degree. Approvals will extend only to the course(s) directly related to the applicant's graduate courses and graduate concentration. Holders of an undergraduate and graduate degree in history with teaching experience may be considered for a limited number of courses.
Library SkillsA master's in library science is the preferred degree for candidates who wish to teach LIBS 150. Individuals who hold at least the master's degree in the humanities, social sciences, or behavioral sciences may be considered if they recently have done graduate-level research in American college, university, or research libraries.
Life SciencesA master's degree in biology, botany, or zoology. A doctorate or work toward it and/or teaching experience preferred.
MathematicsThe minimum of a master's degree or equivalent in mathematics, engineering, physics or a math-related field. A PhD is preferred. Other factors considered include recency of exposure to mathematics, extent of teaching experience, and academic references.
ParalegalA JD degree with professional experience in the field.
PhilosophyA doctorate or extensive work beyond the master's degree. Approvals will extend only to the courses directly related to the applicant's graduate concentration. Holders of an undergraduate and graduate degree in philosophy with teaching experience may be considered for a limited number of courses.
PhysicsAt least a master's degree or equivalent in physics or in a related field such as electrical or nuclear engineering. A PhD is preferred. Other factors considered include recency of exposure to physics, extent of teaching experience, and academic references.
PsychologyA PhD is preferred. Holders of an undergraduate and graduate degree in psychology who have had a minimum of three years' teaching experience in psychology may be provisionally approved for a limited number of courses.
SociologyA doctorate or extensive work beyond the master's degree. Approvals will extend only to the courses directly related to the applicant's graduate concentration. Holders of an undergraduate and graduate degree in sociology with teaching experience may be considered for a limited number of courses.
SpeechA master's degree in speech communication. A degree in speech pathology is not appropriate for approval to teach SPCH 100.
TheaterA master's degree in drama or a master's in speech with a concentration in drama.

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Higher Education and Graduate Employment in Europe

For the first time, a major international comparative study was undertaken providing detailed information on the employment and work situation of graduates from higher education institutions in a large number of countries. With the help of a questionnaire survey more than 40,000 graduates from 12 countries reported about their study experiences, the transition from Higher Education to employment and their early career up to four years after graduation. The interviewees from Austria, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom and Japan are a unique source of information on Higher Education and graduate employment in Europe.

The book indicates a noteworthy variety among economically advanced countries in the competences fostered by Higher Education and the emphasis placed either on laying a broad basis of knowledge or direct preparation for professional tasks. While universities in some countries are strongly involved in ensuring a rapid transition from study to employment, in other countries a long period after graduation is widespread for the search of a suitable career. Graduates from some countries appreciate their study experiences though they criticize a weak preparation for their subsequent assignments, while others less satisfied with higher education in their retrospective view note a satisfying preparation for the world of work. Study often turns out useful to lead to challenging tasks even though remuneration and status remain below expectations.

'The results of this project are extensive, interesting and important'

Professor John Brennan, Centre for Higher Education Research and Information, London, U.K.


Sours: https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9781402051531
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Academic Jobs in Europe

Find academic science jobs in universities in Europe, including postdoctoral positions, research fellows and jobs requiring a science PhD.

Academic jobs in Austria (2), Belgium (5), Denmark (2), Finland (2), France (2), Germany (8), Hungary (1), Ireland (5), Italy (3), Netherlands (2), Outside Europe (1), Poland (2), Slovenia (3), Spain (2), Sweden (11), Switzerland (6) and United Kingdom (8).

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    The KAUST Global Fellowship Program is designed to attract emerging research leaders working across areas under the five Research Pillars of KAUST. It will support excellent...

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    As the lead Post Doctoral Research Associate (PDRA) on the project you will have a strong background in marine biogeochemistry and microbiology, and consider interdisciplinary...

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    The candidate will work on studying the mechanisms of photophysical functioning of chromophore-bearing proteins (such as GFP-like, Bacteriophytochromes or Phycobiliproteins) using...

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    You will be a dynamic research leader with a proven track record and will work alongside colleagues in the Department in helping York further enhance its international reputation,...

  • We welcome interest from talented academics with an impressive research profile and a collegiate approach to their work. Specific research areas would involve analytical chemistry,...

  • The successful candidate will lead a team of cellular and molecular biologists working on target validation and supporting drug discovery programmes. They will develop and execute...

  • Molecular dynamics is used in many branches of chemical, physical, and materials research for computational and model-based assessment of various phenomena and properties. In this...

  • The position will be to work on spectroscopy of a large sample of galaxies in the early universe, and is coupled to a recently-awarded ‘Large Programme’ with ESO/VLT and/or...

  • The project will explore fundamental questions on mechanisms of cell proliferation, stem cell asymmetry, and fate decision. To gain molecular information, research in our lab...

  • The work implies quantification of forest soil C stock, DNA-based characterization (meta-barcoding) of soil fungal communities, and field measurements of soil respiration rates in...

  • The cultivation and analysis of bacterial cells and viruses by capillary electrophoresis, flow cytometry and electron microscopy, e.g. SEM. Dissemination of results in the form of...

  • You will explore, through group discussions and experimentation, the potential of new exciting ideas for interdisciplinary collaboration. You will coordinate and perform key...

  • Mechanical interaction between cells and their natural environment, Interaction between cells and artificial (bio)materials, Effect of mechanical influences on tissue growth and...

  • Forming and updating a syllabus and adjusting university and higher vocational education programs to the requirements. Organizing and co-organizing all activities for the...

  • The position entails further development of the computer code BELLA, for simulation of dynamic transients in liquid metal-cooled reactors. In particular, the work concerns both the...

  • UCC - University College Cork - Department of Physics and Environmental Research Institute

    Cork, Ireland

  • Aalborg University - Center for Neuroplasticity and Pain (CNAP)

    Aalborg, Denmark

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