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Business School Professors for Master courses (Barcelona)

ESEI International Business School in Barcelona is looking for experienced professionals and academics to teach various modules on the following Master programmes:

Master in Marketing and Communication
Master in International Relations and International Business
Master in Business Management
Master in Tourism and Hospitality Management

The requirements for the positions are the following:

• Practical and professional experience (5 years or more)
• High level of English (written and oral)
• Previous experience in the subject area of the chosen Master
• Management and communication skills
• Teaching experience
• Living in the Barcelona area
• Freelance/Autónomo
• Available to teach in the afternoon

For more information about our Masters, please follow this link:
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The recruitment process includes a first contact over the telephone followed by a face to face interview. The final step will be a 15 minute presentation on a business related topic in front of a group of students.

If you are interested and your profile fits the requirements, please send your CV and cover letter to Joanna at Protected content

About ESEI:
ESEI Barcelona offers a portfolio of internationally outstanding undergraduate, postgraduate, professional, and language programmes which are up to speed with global market trends. Our student body is truly international with 21 countries represented with an average age of 21years for the undergraduate courses and 23years for the postgraduate courses.

ESEI Barcelona has been driven by its passion for providing an all-round, internationally-focused education that combines academic excellence in Business Studies with humanistic values to develop the character of our students.

Our objective is to inculcate professional and personal integrity in our students; students who will one day engage their expertise in building a better society that will enable them to successfully lead a full and meaningful life.

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