Freelance Lecturers at Masters Level

Freelance Lecturers at Masters Level

Sunday, 28 February 2021, 5.00pm

BIMM in Manchester invites expressions of interest for Lecturers in Higher Education at Masters Level.

They are looking for experienced lecturers as well as industry experts who may be new to teaching to work with us on a freelance basis. We have opportunities for regular teaching from September 2021 as well as cover teaching/deputising and guest lecturing on an ad hoc basis.

They particularly encourage applications from disabled people and people from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, as these groups are currently under-represented in the creative industries.

In order to be considered for teaching on the MA course, candidates must be in possession of, or nearing completion in, a Masters degree in a relevant subject. BIMM provides internal training and professional development for all tutors, especially those new to teaching.

Subject areas
The MA Popular Music Practice has four strands, and we would like to hear from people with experience of Performance, Production, Composition or Entrepreneurship.
The modules titles for this course are: “Popular Music Practice and Research”, “You and the Popular Music Industry”, “Popular Music and Technology” and “Exploring Collaborative Practice” as well as a final negotiated project. We are keen to hear from anyone whose academic or practical experience fits any of these areas.

See link below for further details.

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