With the House of Professors project, Trier University of Applied Sciences is implementing innovative recruitment and qualification methods. The aim is to actively shape the generational change at the university.
The emphasis is on innovation, joy and diversity in the profession of professor.
Tandem professorships, specialisation professorships or family professorships are new job models that are being introduced at Trier University of Applied Sciences. The qualification of the next generation of academic teachers is at the heart of the development of a doctoral college for Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Development. Young Researcher and International Researcher Sabbaticals provide new access to Trier University of Applied Sciences.
The Tandem Professorship is aimed at people from an academic background with an outstanding doctorate who have not yet gained the practical work experience in industry and business required for an HAW professorship. The professorship is limited to a maximum of three years and is offered at 50% employment at the University of Applied Sciences and 50% employment at a corporate partner that has already been appointed. Upon completion of the tandem professorship, job holders fulfil all requirements for a professorship at HAW.
People with an outstanding doctorate and a minimum of five years of professional experience, of which at least three years must be outside the University of Applied Sciences, can apply for a focus professorship. This is distinguished by the fact that half of the teaching duties, i.e. 9 SWS for three years, are funded by House of Profs. The freed-up time is to be used to build up a focus in research or transfer.
Balancing professorship and family responsibilities
The Family Professorship enables people with family responsibilities to reduce their working hours by half. For a maximum of three years, a teacher for special tasks is funded by the House of Profs project, who covers the teaching.
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