Visiting Faculty - Business school - Spring term of 2021

Country: Mexico;

City: Cholula (Puebla)

Vacancy added: 05.09.2019

Employer: Universidad de las Américas Puebla

Resumes due: 05.12.2019


Universidad de las Américas Puebla (UDLAP) in Mexico is seeking applications for Visiting Faculty for the Spring term of 2021.


Universidad de las Américas Puebla is a top private university in Mexico, which offers quality study programs of academic excellence through its faculty of 300+ full time professors, of which 4 out of 10 are members of the prestigious Mexican National System of Researchers. We are a leading Latin American research-intensive university, accredited in the USA by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools - Commission on Colleges, and awarded with 5 stars by QS. Our beautiful campus is located in the historic and magic town of Cholula, a small, safe, and picturesque town near the city of Puebla, which is one of the largest cities in Mexico.


Profile of the Visiting Faculty applicants

As part of our internationalization strategy, we are looking for young academics or professors on a sabbatical leave from their institutions who are willing to spend one term with us teaching and doing research. We are searching for enthusiastic academics, including recent PhD graduates and ABDs to participate in this opportunity. We invite applicants from world-leading universities to apply, especially those who are looking to expand their teaching experience and are open to explore research opportunities and even consider a full time position afterwards. Eligible candidates shall be fluent in English (fluency in Spanish is not required, as teaching will be in English) and keen to interact with a different culture while sharing their academic and professional experience and their passion for international experiences. UDLAP will be accepting candidates in the following fields:

  • Business Administration & Management
  • International Business Administration
  • Marketing
  • Digital Animation
  • Finance
  • Banking and Investments
  • Accounting
  • Communication Sciences
  • Economics
  • Hotel and Restaurant Management


Duties of the Post

  • To join UDLAP for a full 18-week academic term, including final exams.
  • To teach 24 Credit Hours at undergraduate or graduate level (4 courses).
  • Each course at UDLAP considers 48 hours of instruction.
  • To be available to students for academic mentoring, where visiting scholars will be expected to advise students especially on topics such as international exchange, internships, and/or research.
  • To be actively engaged in the academic life of the hosting Academic Department.
  • Priority will be given to those open to engage in joint research projects that may lead to publications.


What we offer

  • An ideal academic opportunity to develop teaching skills in a research-intensive environment.
  • The possibility of applying for a Full Time position at UDLAP (subject to availability).
  • Please note that travel, housing, meals, and other living expenses including visa issuance costs and international health insurance must be covered by the participant.


Please submit the following documentation with at least 3 months of anticipation to the beginning of the term:

  • An updated resume where the year of the latest obtained academic degree and the corresponding granting institutions are clearly stated. The resume may be delivered in English or Spanish.
  • Make sure that the first paragraph of the resume is a brief biographical statement of your academic and professional qualifications.
  • Scanned copies of the most recent academic degrees and official transcripts where the courses can be consulted. Please note that ABDs may be considered for this opportunity if a date for dissertation has been established and happens before the start of the stay at UDLAP (please state the estimated date of dissertation).
  • Specify all research, consulting, and other professional activities that the Academic Departments should consider in your application.
  • State your academic publications, and if available, provide the web links to them.
  • Include your latest professional appointments, distinctions, awards, or any other information that may be of interest for evaluation of your application. Online references to these achievements are greatly appreciated.

After reception of this documentation, the institution will evaluate the application and determine the candidates’ compatibility with the institutional requirements. UDLAP may request additional information from candidates, and even consider the possibility of requesting a remote conference to discuss their application. Please be aware that the reception of the documentation does not guarantee an acceptation.

Selected candidates shall be contacted to begin their administrative and migratory process two to three weeks after their nomination.

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