Global Academic Careers: Exploring International Opportunities - HERC Webinar
jobs.ac.uk in collaboration with HERC, a major online portal for Higher Education jobs in the US, hosted a webinar on ‘Global Academic Careers: Exploring International Opportunities' in January 2015. You can watch the recording here.Transcript
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jobs.ac.uk in collaboration with HERC, a major online portal for Higher Education jobs in the US, hosted a webinar on ‘Global Academic Careers: Exploring International Opportunities' in January 2015. Thousands of academics have already migrated to the UK, Europe and other areas to develop their careers and experience rich academic and cultural offerings. If you have ever thought about working overseas or are looking for a new challenge to help you explore your options you can watch the recording of the 60-minute webinar here.
By watching this webinar recording you will learn:
- How international experience can boost your academic career
- Key considerations for moving abroad
- How to find global academic opportunities
- How to choose a university overseas
- Job application tips
Our expert speakers:
Dr Eugene Clark is Distinguished Professor of Law and Senior Foreign Expert with the College of Comparative Law, China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing. He is also an Emeritus Professor and former Pro-Vice Chancellor (External Relations), University of Canberra and Professor of Law and Founding Dean of the Charlotte School of Law.
Originally from the US, Professor Clark has worked in China, Thailand and Australia. He has earned five university degrees that include post graduate qualifications in law and also education from universities in both the US and Australia.
Dr Mitzi Waltz is Associate Lecturer in Autism Studies with Sheffield Hallam University in England, and a contract researcher with Disability Studies in Nederland in Holland. She has been a lecturer at three British universities, and worked in collaboration with universities and research organisations across Europe.
Dr Waltz has contributed to many key pieces of autism research and resources, including the DCSF Inclusion Development Programmes on working with children and young people with autism and has written ten books.
HERC offers the largest database of higher education and related jobs in the world. We are a non-profit consortium of over 600 colleges, universities, hospitals, research labs, government agencies, and related non- and for-profit organizations.
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