Outgoing Since 1996, we have been making it simpler for faculty members to work as guest lecturers at universities around the world. The programme is aimed at faculty members with advanced habilitations and posts at the University of St.Gallen in which they teach at least three semester week hours during the last two years prior to starting the guest stay. Candidates Full and associate professors as well as permanent lecturers of the University of St.Gallen Programme Guest stay, generally 3 months Faculty members are required to teach at least one course at the guest university. Broad integration into the teaching curriculum of the guest university is desired Recommended universities for this can be found in our list of partner universities Regular teaching hours guidelines Full salary according to the employment terms agreed with the University of St.Gallen The guest stay is credited as a half of a semester’s regular teaching hours’ requirement. Usually, the teaching hours are made up for within the departments. The remaining teaching hours’ are completed during the remaining or the subsequent semester. Number of participants The number of participants is limited to 5 persons per year. Young faculty members are given priority. Application process Send application documents to the Programme Manager of the International Faculty Development Programme, Dr. Hans-Joachim Knopf. Enrolment materials: Detailed CV Concept for the guest stay, including the guest university, institute, programme and course to be offered Suggestion for how regular teaching hours can be made up in the remaining or following semester Discussion of your desired exchange stay with the Dean International Relations, Dr. Jürgen Brücker. Selection of the guest university Selection of the exchange time period Contact is made with the guest university. After these points have been addressed and the proposal for a guest stay has been approved by the Dean International Relations and the Vice President for Internationalisation, the VP for Internationalisation will make an application to the Senate Committee. The Senate Committee will then decide whether to approve the application. The applicants will be informed by late April about the results of their applications by the Programme Manager of the International Faculty Development Programme. Experience report An experience report must be submitted to the VP for Internationalisation and to the Director of the International Exchange Service no later than two months after completing the guest stay. Dates for an exchange stay in the academic year 2016/2017 Application deadline: 15 March 2016 Selection: 19 April 2016 Questions are always welcome and may be directed to Dr. Hans-Joachim Knopf.