At Study Group, our students travel from 142 different countries to study on our Higher Education preparatory courses. The students are miles from their family and will be faced with a new culture, lifestyle, and learning environment. We strive to create a better world through education and value passionate Tutors that share the same passion.
This is an exciting job opportunity where you’ll join the Science team as a Lecturer of Chemistry. Teaching small-medium classes (15-18 students) of international students studying on our Level 3 and Level 4 programmes, you’ll have the opportunity to work in an autonomous environment where student-centred, innovative, lessons are encouraged.
Working at Study Group is a unique experience that offers variety, opportunity, and a fast pace. To be successful in this job role, you’ll be a confident Chemistry Tutor that understands the needs of learners and encourages independent learning. If the idea of working in a centre that offers exciting development opportunities and where no day is the same is appealing then this is an exciting chance to really make a difference to students from all over the world.
You’ll have the chance to deliver engaging lessons to students on our International Foundation Year (Level 3) and International Year One (Level 4) programmes. You’ll teach a number of Chemistry modules. You’ll have the opportunity to contribute to the development of materials and formative assessment across the modules you will deliver.
EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
Study Group is the leading provider of international education, driving success for our students and partners. We believe in a better world through education and work with universities which are as motivated by driving student success and outcomes as we are. Voted as the 2017 and 2018 Global Pathway Provider of the year, our people are united with the shared ambition of providing a world-class UK education to talented students from across the globe.
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