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Tenure Track Professorship (W2) for Developmental Language Disorders
University of Potsdam
Young, modern and research-oriented: the University of Potsdam was founded in 1991 and has firmly established
itself in the landscape of scholarship and science. It has also become an outstanding factor in regional
economics and development. About 20,000 students and 2,750 employees work at three locations - Am Neuen
Palais, Griebnitzsee and Golm - at one of Germany’s most beautiful academic institutions.
The University of Potsdam’s tenure track program, established in 2013, offers secure and competitive career
paths, as well as attractive opportunities, for postgraduate scholars and scientists. This program enables highly
talented scholars and scientists, upon a positive evaluation within six years, to ascend gradually to a professorship,
from a W1 junior professorship or a W2 professorship (initially fixed-term for 5 years) to a tenured professorship
(www.uni-potsdam.de/tenure-track). With financial support from the Federal Ministry of Education and
Research, the University of Potsdam is expanding its career options for postgraduate scholars and scientists
starting their careers.
The university is currently offering the following
1 Tenure Track Professorship
to be filled as soon as possible:
W2 Professor for Developmental Language Disorders
The qualifications necessary for an appointment under Section 45 of the Brandenburg Higher Education Act
(BbgHG) apply to the W1 junior professorships. The qualifications necessary for an appointment under Section
41 of the Brandenburg Higher Education Act (BbgHG) apply to the W2 professorships. The appointment procedure
shall be conducted in accordance with Section 40 of BbgHG.
The University strives for a balanced gender ratio at all levels. Severely disabled applicants will be given preferential
consideration in the event of equal qualification. We expressly invite applications from people with
Please submit your application and relevant documentation (presentation of your research interests, CV,
copies of academic certificates and credentials, list of publications, list of courses taught, list of projects
funded externally) should be sent (in a single PDF file) to the University of Potsdam at
email@example.com by August 31st, 2018.