ĐH Quốc gia tuyển giảng viên hệ liên kết tiếng Anh

Trường Đại học Kinh tế – ĐH Quốc gia Hà Nội cần tuyển giáo viên cho chương trình học liên kết với trường ĐH West of England, UK ( Trình độ Thạc sỹ Tài chính kinh tế trở lên) . Thông tin chi tiết như sau:

Lecturer in International Bachelor programme – Deliver courses for BA Economics (Money, Banking & Finance)

I. Programme brief

The BA Economics (Money, Banking & Finance) is the collaborative programme in cooperation between Hanoi National Economics University (NEU) and University of the West of England (UWE), the UK. This is the first international undergraduate programme in Vietnam. NEU initiated this programme in an effort to enhance education in the field of economics which is crucial for a developing country like Vietnam.

Students will be granted the Bachelor degree by UWE after completing 3 years studying at NEU. All teaching, learning and administrative processes of the programme must meet quality requirements of UWE.

Modules to be offered in the programme:

Year 1 (2011-2012)

Year 2 (2012-2013)

Year 3 (2013-2014)

  1. Economic Principles
  2. Financial Institutions and Markets
  3. Issues in International Business Economics
  4. A Quantitative Approach to Economics
  5. The Political Economy of Work
  6. 6.      Understanding Financial Information
  7. Macroeconomics
  8. Microeconomics
  9. Research Methods
  10. Finance and the Economy
  11. Economics of Money and Banking
and one optional module among:

  • Emerging Economies
  • International Trade and Multinational Business
  • The Business and Economics of Fun and Games
  • Modelling and Estimation


  1. Economics of International Financial Markets
  2. Monetary Economics
  3. Economics Project


and two optional modules among:

  • Econometrics
  • The Economics of Developing Countries
  • Emerging Economies
  • Environmental Economics
  • International Economic Policy
  • Modelling and Estimation
  • Time Series Analysis and Forecasting


The programme will start in September 2011 for Year 1 with 6 modules. Each module is a year-long module, divided into two terms, each term includes 12 weeks. The teaching hours are 2 hours per week over a period of 12 weeks during the first term, from September to December 2011 and over 12 weeks during the second term from January to April 2012.

II. Objectives

The objectives of the position are:

–        To deliver the course offered during the academic year 2011-2012

–        To provide professional training, support for students to achieve the requirements of the course.

II. Tasks  

In consultation and collaboration with module coordinator and in accordance with the tasks outlined in this term of reference, the lecturer will:

1.   Prepare lecture notes, work scheme and indentify appropriate resources available that are relevant to the module to be taught. Modules outlines and existing resources related to the teaching module will be provided to the lecturer.

2. Deliver lectures according to the schedule given by the programme.

3.  Prepare an assessment plan (method of assessment, due dates, feedback dates…)

4. Design and develop module relevant assessments (take-home assignment, examination, group work, project or presentation…)

5.  Work with tutors across a range of related issues including:

    • The development of the module and assessment plan
    • The monitoring of student progress (attendance, performance, assignments…)

6.  Be responsible for assessing and grading assignments/examinations.

7. Be available for student consultation according to the programme regulation.

8.  Monitor student attendance.

9.  Coordinate with the programme coordinator to decide on students’ eligibility for the final module assessment.

10. Attend lecturer meetings held by the programme manager.

III. Eligibility criteria

To be eligible for lecturers’ position, the following criteria must be demonstrated:

–        Minimum Master Degree in Economics/Business (Finance)

–        Experience in teaching in international environment

–        Fluent in written and spoken English

–        Excellent interpersonal skills

–        Familiar with Microsoft Office Programs

IV. Duration & remuneration

The lecturer position will be available to commence the position in September 2011, either part-time or full-time.

In terms of part-time mode, lecturers will be paid based on the number of teaching hour, ranging from USD 60-75 per hour, depending on the quality of teaching.

In terms of full-time mode, lecturers will be paid from USD 2400-3100 per month (including accomodation) and one return air ticket a year, with the work load of 15 hours per week (including teaching & office hours), depending on the quality of teaching.

The expressions of interest should be sent to: dao.thanh@neufie.edu.vn

V. To be provided

–        Access to UWE e-resources (library, sharepoint…)

–        Programme assistance in academic and administrative matters

–        Teaching and supporting material related to the module

–        UWE training and other training as per the staff development plan of the programme

All other information related to teaching will be provided upon request of the lecturer.