Sungkyunkwan Graduate School of China (SKK GSC)
Professor Job Opening
The Graduate School of China (GSC) in Sungkyunkwan University invites applications for tenure-track positions in Finance at assistant, associate, or full professor level beginning in Fall semester(September), 2022 or Spring semester(March), 2023. Qualified applicants must hold a Ph.D. degree by the date of appointment. Appointees are expected to perform high quality research/scholarly activities and lectures in English and Mandarin Chinese at graduate and undergraduate level. Competitive candidates will also have a proven track record of excellence in teaching, research, and scholarly publications appropriate for their ranks.
- Position: Assistant, Associate or Full Professor
- Majors: Finance
◼About Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU)
Established in 1398, SKKU is a highly innovative and comprehensive private university with 620 years of tradition in Korea. SKKU has two campus in the greater Seoul area – one in central Seoul for humanities and social sciences and the other in Suwon City for STEM fields. SKKU has been striving to reach the top 50 in world university rankings by 2020 with financial and managerial support/commitment from SAMSUNG since 1996. SKKU is considered to be one of the leading higher education institutions in Korea according to various ranking authorities – e.g., 15th in Asia by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) , 89th worldwide by Times Higher Education (THE) in 2020.
◼About SKK Graduate School of China (SKK GSC)
SKK GSC was launched in 2005 for the Chinese Business program, one of the core and strategic programs of SKKU, at the heart of Seoul. SKK GSC focuses on fostering students for future leaders in China business with sophisticated insights and excellent abilities to solve complex problems and challenges in the context of dealing with Chinese market, culture, and business circumstance. SKK GSC is operating a two-track structure: the week-day program in three different business areas - Chinese marketing, finance, and strategy/entrepreneurship; the week-end program in Chinese business management mainly for professionals with substantial experiences.
-Candidates must hold a doctorate degree in a relevant discipline(s) at the time of application or are expected to earn a doctorate degree by the anticipated starting date.
-Candidates are expected to demonstrate a capacity to publish high quality research in top journals and a record of teaching excellence. Candidates who are seeking positions at senior level should have published at least one paper in the top tier journals
-Knowledge of Korean language is NOT required. Candidates are expected to conduct teaching in Mandarin Chinese and English.
-Candidates must not have any disqualifying factors according to the relevant laws and regulations of South Korean Government as well as SKK GSC.
Salary will commensurate with qualifications and experience.
9-15 credits per year (1 SKKU credit is equivalent to 1 teaching hour per week / 15 weeks per semester) – duty credits for each faculty may vary depending on their research performance.
Applicants must send the following documents by e-mail to SKK GSC Search Committee (email@example.com)
- Cover letter
- Curriculum Vitae
- Three letters of reference
- Teaching evaluation (if any)
- Application due date: May 15th, 2022
- Expected interview date: On demand, 2022 : the interview can be conducted through Online channel(Skype, Webex, etc.)