Now open for applications at The Faculty of Arts: The AU programme for promotion from associate professor to professor
The programme for promotion from associate professor/senior researcher to professor is now open for applications at the Faculty of Arts.
The AU senior management team has decided that exceptionally talented associate professors/senior researchers who are currently employed at AU can apply to be enrolled in a promotion programme leading to a professorship (cf. AU’s programme for promotion from associate professor/senior researcher to professor).
The promotion programme involves a targeted development plan and the potential transition from associate professor/senior researcher to professor without advertising the position.
Eligibility: Associate professors/senior researchers who are currently employed at the faculty can apply for admission to the promotion programme after at least three years of permanent employment in these positions.
Please note that The Faculty of Arts plans to admit 6-8 applicants into the programme during this application round. The promotion programme will be an integral part of each school’s professor plans and advertisements, but open international advertisements will still be the typical career path leading to the appointment of professors.
The process: The Heads of school and the Dean will be assisted by an advisory committee – consisting of a mix of professors from other universities as well as professors from the Faculty of Arts – in selecting the applicants admitted into the programme.
The advisory committee will not conduct an academic assessment of the respective applicants; this will be done within the final six months of the promotion programme by an assessment committee which is set up in accordance with the current rules for academic assessment committees. (The programme will typically last between 3-5 years for the admitted applicants).
Read more about the programme, evaluation criteria and on how to apply through the programme application form here
Deadline for submitting applications: September 7, 2022.