The Institute for the International Education of Students, or IES Abroad, is a non-profit study abroad organization that administers study abroad programs for U.S. college-aged students. The organization now provides more than 120 programs in 30+ cities. Over 80,000 students have studied abroad on IES Abroad programs since its founding, with more than 5,700 students studying abroad each year. IES Abroad has an Academic Consortium composed of over 200 academic institutions. It offers up to $2.5 million in scholarships to help finance qualified students abroad. In accordance with its mission and vision statement, IES Abroad highlights cultural immersion through the use of homestays and field trips to promote the development of interculturally-competent leaders.
The IES Abroad Nice Center was launched in Fall 2015 and is currently looking for a qualified faculty member to teach a 3 credits ( 45 hours) area-studies course on Immigration in the Mediterranean Basin. In the Spring 2016 Semester. The course will be offered bi-annually on an adjunct faculty basis in both the Fall and Spring semesters, taught in English at our Center in heart of Nice
US university teaching experience preferred.
Fluent spoken and written English required
Please send CV and cover letter expressing your interest to Maria Stallone, IES Abroad Nice Centre Director at firstname.lastname@example.org