Assistant/Associate Professor (Teaching Track) in Information Systems & Quality Management at KEDGE Business School, Bordeaux Campus

KEDGE Business School is looking to fill positions in several fields. These include Information Systems & Quality Management, at Assistant/Associate Professor level, on its Bordeaux Campus. Candidates should hold a Ph.D., demonstrate excellent teaching capabilities, should be able to teach in English (the ability to teach in French would also be appreciated), and be willing to engage in innovative project supervision and development, as well as other service activities.

Your role will be to teach graduate and undergraduate level courses, take part in the academic mentoring of students and develop digital content to create online courses.

KEDGE Business School is a French management school with 4 campuses in France (Paris, Bordeaux, Marseille, and Toulon), 3 abroad with 2 in China (Shanghai and Suzhou), 1 in Africa (Dakar) and 3 associated campuses (Avignon, Bastia, Bayonne). The KEDGE Business School community includes 12,600 students (25% foreign students), 183 full-time faculty members (44% of which are international), 275 international academic partners and 55,000 alumni across the world. With a portfolio of 32 programmes in management for students and executives, KEDGE Business School also develops customised educational programmes for specific corporate needs worldwide and entertains strong links with the business community. Ranked 33rd amongst European Business Schools and 37th worldwide for the Executive MBA by the Financial Times, KEDGE Business School is AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA accredited and a member of the French Conférence des Grandes Écoles.

More information about KEDGE Business School is available at

Interested candidates should apply electronically at before January 31, 2018 and provide the following elements :

  • a cover letter outlining teaching interests and including references ;
  • an up to date curriculum vitae, and
  • a teaching dossier and course evaluations
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