If you wanted to become a lecturer fifty years ago, a post graduate qualification
was not necessary, but the career has become so professionalized over the past
The main reason for becoming a university lecturer is that it is an incredibly
rewarding job. You can talk about a subject that you enjoy. You get to see young
Higher education (HE) lecturers teach academic and vocational subjects to ... To
become a higher education (HE) lecturer you need to have a first or 2:1 degree ...
Nov 27, 2000 ... Ah, you mean the Founder's Quadrangle. Right. I could really get into this. How
do I become a lecturer? Isn't that a bit premature? You what?
To prepare yourself for a career as a university lecturer: Step 1. Complete ... After
graduation you may consider becoming a university lecturer or tutor. You will ...
Interested in becoming a lecturer? If you are interested in becoming a lecturer but
are unsure about what it involves or how to become one, we can hel ...
Retraining to become a lecturer is a very challenging move, but not by any
means an impossible one, even if you think you lack the traditional academic ...
To become an HE lecturer, you'll need a good degree (first or 2:1) relevant to the
subject you want to teach. You may also need a postgraduate master's degree.
If you are studying for a PhD with the aim of becoming a university academic, this
... in for a permanent lecturer who is on leave of absence (e.g. on research or ...
At my department, a spot opens up for a lecturer when we have a course that
needs to be offered but does not currently have an instructor attached. This can ...