The Pan African University (PAU) is a flagship Institution of the African Union Commission, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. This was the culmination of the decision of the Assembly of Heads of State and Governments of the African Union to create the Pan African University (EX.CL/579(XVII). It has five Institutes namely Life and Earth Sciences (including Health and Agriculture) at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria; Governance, Humanities, and Social Sciences at University of Yaoundé II, Cameroon; Science, Technology and Innovation at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Kenya; Water and Energy (including Climatic change) at University Tlemcen, Algeria and the Institute of Space Sciences, South Africa.
The Pan African University was conceptualized in 2008, as part of implementation of the Plan of Action for the Second Decade of Education for Africa, to support the revitalization of higher education in Africa, and contribute to the achievement of the vision of the African Union. In 2009, a High Level Panel of eminent African Professors was established to help in the development of operationalization instruments that were endorsed by the Conference of Ministers of Education of the African Union in November 2009. The Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the African Union made a Dec... read more
The Pan African University Institute of Life and Earth Sciences (PAULESI), is currently offering seven thematic areas namely:
The PAU nurtures quality and exemplifies excellence and admits African students from all over the continent including the Diaspora. Consequently, PAULESI is seeking renowned experts in the various thematic areas being offered in the institute from all over Africa and the Diaspora to internationalize and beef up the quality of its Faculty.
To this end, PAULESI invites full time academic staff from renowned universities all over the world willing to share their experience to respond to this call.
Applicants should state the thematic area of interest; in pdf format including detailed, signed and dated, current curriculum vitae (CV). The CV should among others include qualifications, teaching experience/professional experience, prizes, grants/awards and publications. Contact details of referees and details of next of kin. University approval to be at PAULESI.
Sabbatical leave applicants must indicate from the available thematic areas at least two (2) courses per semester they intend to teach. In all, they may choose four courses during the period. The participants will be expected to teach, guide students in research and publications, undertake students’ assessment, and tests for small class size (under 10) students. Other pertinent ideas and academic/research contributions are welcome.
Applications be mailed to: [email protected] kindly note that only electronic copies of applications will be accepted. All documents to be submitted must be in a single file
Further Enquiries should be directed to:
The Deputy Director
Pan African University
Institute of Life and Earth Sciences
University of Ibadan
Tel: +234 70 350 15980/+234 8056962900
For more details, visit PAU website.