College of Business HEA Fellowshipsadmin2019-05-03T16:12:18+10:00
Expressions of interest for HEA Fellowships open for 2019!
Based in the United Kingdom, the Higher Education Academy (HEA) is a not-for-profit International Organisation which champions teaching excellence. Working with governments, ministries, universities and individual academics around the globe, the HEA adds value to the sector by focussing on teaching as part of the wider student learning experience.
Fellowship of the HEA Higher Education Academy (HEA) Fellowship. is a recognition of effectiveness in Higher Education teaching and is an important way in which academics can advance their pedagogic knowledge and enhance their career trajectory.
Four levels of Academic Fellowship are open for applications:
Associate Fellow (AFHEA): Provision of evidence of effectiveness in relation to your professional role which will typically include at least some teaching and/or learning support responsibilities
Fellow (FHEA): Provision of broadly based effectiveness in substantive teaching as a key contribution to high-quality student learning
Senior Fellow (SFHEA): Usually a highly experienced member of staff able to demonstrate impact and influence on others through leading, managing or organising programs or disciplines
Principal Fellow (PFHEA): Demonstration of a sustained record of effective strategic leadership in connection with key aspects of teaching
Successful applicants will be fully funded by CoB/University and support will be available to assist with application review prior to submission. The application requires an extensive body of work to evidence and reflect aspects of professional teaching practice. Fellowship of the Academy is a prestigious global badge of excellence in learning and teaching which has alignment with a promotion application bid under Project Metis.
To express your interest in being supported towards a Higher Education Academy Fellowship application please fill out the form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org by 14th June, 2019. If you have further queries, please contact Shona Leitch or Adam Baker
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