Application for Teacher's Assistant positions

In keeping with the Hungarian Higher Education Act the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, University of Szeged (’GTK’) announces an application for teacher’s assistant positions for the first semester of the 2018/2019 academic year in order to involve the most competent applicants in the Faculty’s teaching work and prepare them for their professional career.

Applications must be submitted to the head of the relevant institute of the GTK

Conditions of the application:

Only active students of the GTK may apply (students of other faculties may only take part with the expressed support of the relevant institute). Applicants must be in the second or third year of their BA/BSc studies. All MA students may apply for the positions.

Applicants with professional experience outside the compulsory schoolwork have an adventage (e.g. taking part in any professionally relevant researh or publication that can be certified by the paper itself or the supervisor). Participants of TDK (Scientific Students’ Association) supported by their supervisor teacher are also at an advantage.

Applications for the teacher’s assistant positions need to be supported by a written recommendation by the teacher of the relevant subject who will later integrate the assistant into teaching and research work.

The performance of teacher’s assistants will be evaluated by the head of the relevant institute using the following categories:

  • the assistant accomplished his/her tasks excellently,
  • the assistant accomplished his/her tasks well,
  • the assistant accomplished his/her tasks adequately,
  • the assitant did not accomplish his/her tasks.

The received evaluation will be registered on Neptun.

Teacher’s assistants will receive 10,000 HUF worth of electronic vouchers for their efforts at the beginning of the following semester that can be redeemed in the University’s bookstore.

Deadline for submitting applications
10th September 2018 (Monday) 12:00 am

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