比利時根特大學-2022-2025 Academic Years Taiwan Studies Programme
(Taiwan Chair-Professorial Fellowship) 申請
Ghent University, as coordinator of the Taiwan Studies Programme that ran from 2016 until 2021 in the framework of the Memorandum of Understanding “The 2016-2021 Academic Years Taiwan Studies Programme at Ghent University, the University of Groningen and the Georg-August Universität Göttingen/ Georg-August Universität Göttingen Stiftung Öffentlichen Rechts (UGOE)”, was informed in June 2022 by the Taipei Representative Office in the EU and Belgium in Brussels that the new Taiwan Studies Programme proposal has been selected and we can launch a new “Taiwan Chair” in the 4 European partner universities that are involved in this new Taiwan Studies Programme, that will run for a duration of 3 years from 2022 until 2025 in:
- Ghent University (Belgium)
- the University of Groningen (The Netherlands)
- the Georg-August Universität Göttingen/Georg-August Universität Göttingen Stiftung Öffentlichen Rechts (Germany)
- University of Tartu (Estonia)
This is a MoU between the above-mentioned four European institutions and the Department of International and Cross-Strait Education (DICE), Ministry of Education (MOE), Republic of China (Taiwan).
The “Taiwan Studies Programme at UGent/RUG/UGOE/UTartu” has a duration of 3 academic years from the effective date of the signing by the Ministry of Education (MOE), Republic of China (Taiwan).
The goal of this first call for applications is twofold as we aim to find:
1) a candidate (Taiwan Chair holder) for the first semester of the new academic year 2022-2023 in Ghent University (Belgium).
2) a candidate (Taiwan Chair holder) for the second semester of the new academic year 2022-2023 in the University of Groningen (The Netherlands).
▪ PhD in Social Sciences, Political Sciences or History (preferably with focus on politics, international relations, law, economics or soft power)
▪ Expertise with research on Taiwanese and East Asian studies
▪ Expertise with education on Taiwanese and East Asian studies
▪ Good command of English (spoken and written)
▪ Ability to teach on EU-East Asia relations at MA level; involvement in the MA course EU-East Asia relations
▪ Ability to organize research seminars for PhD students in areas such as EU external relations, international relations, Taiwanese/ East Asian studies
*Candidates for the Professorial Fellowship shall be selected from any university or institution of higher learning in the Republic of China (Taiwan). The Professorial Fellow selected shall preferably be an/a (associate) professor on sabbatical leave from the Republic of China (Taiwan), and shall have minimal qualifications as a Ph.D. holder.
▪ The Professorial Fellow will teach Taiwan Studies related classes on one or more aspects of international relations in an East Asian context. The term 'international relations' broadly encompasses the areas of: foreign policy; global and regional governance; international law; international political economy; IR theory; and security studies.
▪ The Professorial Fellow who will hold the chair at the University of Groningen will also have to organize a workshop related to her/his teaching.
▪ The Professorial Fellow shall submit a report to DICE and to the Faculty Boards of Ghent University/the University of Groningen/Georg-August Universität Göttingen and the University of Tartu regarding her or his academic work at the end of each appointment period.
The Ministry and Ghent University/the University of Groningen/Georg-August Universität Göttingen and the University of Tartu may publish the said report.
▪ Each Professorial Fellows will provide 1 news article along with photos of their Taiwan Studies related activities, such as lectures, workshops, courses, etc., to upload on the Taiwan Studies website per academic year.
- Curriculum vitae
- Motivation letter
- Letter of consent and recommendation letter of your home institution signed by the relevant responsible person in your faculty/college/school.
即日起至 2022年8月17日 （Candidate for Ghent University)