Teaching in the Teaching In English Program

‌TEACHING IN ENGLISH PROGRAM

The Global Education Center has opportunities for full and part time faculty members (as well as emeritus faculty and adjuncts) who would be interested in teaching for The Teaching in English (TIE): Enhancing International Faculty Expertise Program (on an overseas campus) or The Teaching in English (TIE): An International Advancement Program (on the Montclair State campus) during the summer months. 

Teaching English - Beijing Jiatong

The Teaching in English: Enhancing International Faculty Expertise Program was created in 2005 to meet the growing demand for improving English language skills of university faculty around the world. Over 35 Montclair State faculty members have taught at partner institutions in China, Korea, Mexico and Austria. The Teaching in English: An International Advancement Program was created in the summer of 2012. Eight Montclair State University faculty members taught for this program. Both programs are being expanded to include more countries and more institutions.


The programs and courses are described in our newly created Teaching in English Website: http://www.montclair.edu/teaching-english/

Opportunities are available for instructors from all disciplines who have native or near native proficiency in oral and written English and who would be interested in teaching 3-/4-week courses in China, Korea, Russia and Austria (additional countries will be added later) primarily during the summer months. Previous experience in teaching the English language is not required. Instructors for the program will receive airfare, accommodations, meal per diem, a salary more or less equivalent to summer salaries, and cultural excursions. Previous travel and/or work overseas is helpful but not required. We are also looking for instructors from all disciplines who have native or near native proficiency in oral and written English and who would be interested in teaching 4-week courses for the program on the Montclair State University campus. Instructors for the program will receive a salary more or less equivalent to summer salaries.   

 For further information contact Li Yang: yangl@mail.montclair.edu (973-655-6865) (973-655-6865).