We are looking for adjunct lecturers to teach two types of courses. Courses from the Basic Study Phase are introductory or on an intermediary level. The curriculum is fixed, as we offer most courses multiple times in parallel. You will receive general guidelines as to what to teach and in most cases also support material such as a textbook, slides, etc.
Electives from the Advanced Study Phase in the final year of the program are advanced in nature. Here, there is often more flexibility when it comes to topics and structure of the course. In some cases, we may also require you to develop the content of the course yourself. While this allows for a lot of academic freedom, it is only suitable for people with considerable teaching experience in higher education.
As a lecturer at Frankfurt School, you are either qualified through your research or your professional experience. As a researcher, you will have a doctorate and regularly publish in your field of expertise. As a professional, you have a track record of several years at senior level. Prior teaching experience in higher education is desirable and in some cases—where you will be responsible for the course content yourself—indispensable.
We expect you to have an excellent command of the teaching language of your course (either English or German).
All courses take place on our Campus in Frankfurt. We structure the classes in the BSc in blocks of four academic hours (of 45 minutes each) from Monday to Saturday. The time slots are as follows:
- 09:00 to 12:15
- 13:15 to 16:30
- 16:45 to 20:00
A full course consists of eleven of those sessions within a seven-week long quarter. Click here for more information about the time structure. We will try to accommodate your time preferences, but the more flexible you can be the easier it will be to assign you a course.
As a freelance lecturer, you will receive an honorarium, and we will also cover travel expenses, if necessary.
Honoraria are tax-free up to 2,400 € per year (so-called “Übungsleiterpauschale” § 3 (26) EStG).