Bard College (BC)

CEU Global Teaching Fellowship Program Bard College, Globalization and International Affairs Program, New York, New York, USA

Call for applications for the Spring term 2024 (January – May 2024)

The Bard College (BC) Globalization and International Affairs Program invites applications for Global Teaching Fellowships to teach at BC, New York, New York, USA, for the Spring 2024 semester (January – May 2024). The successful applicant will teach courses in the field(s) of international relations in the Bard Globalization and International Affairs Program.

Eligible applicants are PhD candidates (ABD - all but dissertation) or recent Ph.D. graduates who received their Ph.D. degree from the CEU, a CIVICA member institution within the last two years.

The successful applicant will teach an advanced seminar course in the field of international relations in the Bard Globalization and International Affairs undergraduate certificate program and a graduate-level course to Masters students in the Bard MA in Global Studies program.  Courses may draw from the candidate’s areas of expertise, in consultation with the department and are offered in small seminar-style formats.  The language of instruction is English. The successful candidates should discuss the syllabus of their specialized course with their supervisor and the department at Bard Globalization and International Affairs Program in advance.  All courses will undergo the regular course approval process at Bard College.  Please find the list of current undergraduate courses here:  and current graduate courses here:

For further academic questions, please contact: Michelle Murray,

For administrative questions regarding living in New York, provisions, etc. please feel free to contact: Amanda Hutson,

Successful candidates will receive an honorarium from BC by the standard rates for teaching. Additionally, a one-time travel expense (location- New York -location), and housing will be funded separately from the salary.

Successful candidates should comply with national visa regulations and are strongly advised to contact BC for more specific information on visa issues and the other bureaucratic aspects of the fellowship.

Applications should include:

  • motivation letter
  • resume (CV)
  • teaching philosophy (1,000 words)
  • list of proposed course(s)
  • two Letters of Reference (see details below)
  • English language proficiency (see details below)

Applicants who are CEU Ph.D. Candidates at the time of application:

  • Endorsement letter from the Supervisor (email or scanned copy)
  • Endorsement letter from the Head of the Doctoral Program (email or scanned copy)

Applicants who are CEU Ph.D. graduates:

  • One Letter of Reference (email or scanned copy)

From CIVICA. OSUN applicants:

  • two Letters of Reference (email or scanned copy)
  • English language proficiency minimum level C1 – if the Ph.D. studies were not in English

Please submit applications via email to

In the subject of the email please indicate that you are applying for: GTFP BC

Application Deadline: February 28,  2023