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Associate Professor in International Business

Are you an experienced and influential academic with the proven ability to carry out teaching and research in international business and related topics? Do you have an excellent research track record, proven success obtaining funding and the vision and drive to tackle new challenges? Are you passionate about delivering world leading research and an exceptional student experience? 


As Associate Professor, you will carry out research, teaching and management within the school, faculty and university and contribute to academic leadership in the field of business with specific emphasis on international business. 


The International Business Division at Leeds University Business School has global recognition for the quality of its research and teaching. This highly successful division is in the process of expanding. Independent assessments have ranked the International Business Division as the 1st International Business centre in the world and 2nd in the world for leadership in international business research. Within the University of Leeds, the Division has been designated as a Gold Peak of Excellence for the outstanding international calibre of its research. 


To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact: 

Professor Annie Wei, Head of International Business Division

Tel: +44 (0)113 343 7946, email: Y.Wei@leeds.ac.uk



Location:  Leeds - Main Campus
Faculty/Service:  Faculty of Business
School/Institute:  Leeds University Business School
Category:  Academic
Grade:  Grade 9
Salary:  £49,149 to £56,950 p.a.
Working Time:  100%
Post Type:  Full Time
Closing Date:  Monday 08 January 2018
Reference:  LUBSC1257
Downloads:  Candidate Brief  

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