WORK WITH USSeriously unbelievable
staff service

ACADEMIC CAREERSParis-U Certified Lecturers

Join a team of dynamic and highly specialized lecturers.

Higher education (HE) lecturers of Paris-U instruct undergraduate and graduate students who are at least 18 years old in academic or vocational disciplines.

You must be an expert in your field to instruct students as a HE lecturer. There are many different ways to study, including lectures, seminars, tutorials, real-world examples, field work, and online learning. The use of multimedia technology is growing.


As a lecturer in higher education, you will need to:

  • Deliver lectures, seminars and tutorials
  • Design, develop, and produce courses, modules, and instructional materials
  • Create and execute new instructional approaches to match developments in the scientific literature.
  • Evaluate students’ assignments, administering and grading tests and assessments
  • Supervise the research efforts of students, including senior-year undergraduate projects, master’s theses, and doctoral dissertations.
  • Supervise your own research team, which usually consists of research assistants (PostDocs), PhD and Master’s candidates.
  • Support students in a pastoral or advising capacity, do individual and collaborative research that is published in peer-reviewed publications, and actively contribute to the research profile of your school.
  • Research, design, and prepare bids and proposals to acquire external funding for various research projects at your department.
  • Perform administrative duties pertaining to the department, such as student admissions, induction programmes, and participation in committees and boards.
  • Contribute to professional conferences and seminars within your field
  • Establish collaborative ties with other institutions and industrial, commercial, and public organizations.
  • Participate in training programs for staff.

RESEARCH CAREERSParis-U Certified Research Supervisors

Preference will be given to candidates who are members of Scholarly.

The research supervisor is the central figure in the graduate degree program of a student. The nature of supervision and the quality of communication between graduate students and their supervisors significantly impact graduate education. Students will increase the quality of their dissertations or theses and their educational experiences when they collaborate closely and effectively with their graduate advisors.

Supervisors should be accessible to assist their graduate students at every level, from formulating their research topics to presenting and publishing their dissertations, including establishing methodologies and discussing outcomes. Additionally, graduate supervisors must guarantee that their students’ work fits university and academic discipline requirements.

Detailed here are the roles of supervisors and candidates. Individual students and their supervisors may find it useful to draft a written agreement or memorandum of understanding that can be referred to in the event of issues and revised regularly in light of changing circumstances to avoid misunderstandings. These accords would address the following:

  • frequency of conferences
  • progress reports are due from the student
  • the type, timelines, and limitations of written work feedback
  • participation in providing seminars on the ongoing research
  • dates slated for various research stages