The University of Hong Kong calls application for Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Centre for Medical Ethics and Law (CMEL) to be appointed by the Faculty of Law.
Details of Fellowship at the University of Hong Kong
- Deadline: 27th September 2020
- Country: Hong Kong
- Open to: All Nationalities
The University of Hong Kong (HKU) is a public research university in Hong Kong. HKU was also the first university established by the British Empire in East Asia. However, KKU is one of the best universities in Hong Kong and Asia. As of 2020, HKU ranks third in Asia and 22nd internationally by QS, and fourth in Asia and 35th internationally by THE.
It has been commonly regarded as one of the most internationalized universities in the world as well as one of the most prestigious universities in Asia. Today, HKU has ten academic faculties with English as the main language of instruction. HKU also ranks highly in the sciences, dentistry, biomedicine, education, humanities, law, economics, business administration, linguistics, political science, and the social sciences.
Generally, candidates are expected to devote his/her time mainly to research and knowledge exchange in the fields of bioethics or law topics that are related to health; help conduct research in these areas independently and collaboratively; help identity, plan and prepare funding applications for projects; commission and manage research projects and grants; edit, contribute to and publish academic and knowledge exchange publications; deliver presentations at conferences and other events; and disseminate knowledge to the legal, medical and other communities.
Requirements of Fellowship at the University of Hong Kong
Candidates must have the following qualifications to be eligible for this Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Hong Kong
- Applicants should possess a Ph.D. degree in Law or a relevant discipline and a strong publication record. Those who do not yet have a Ph.D. degree but are close to completion will also be considered.
- Applicants should have excellent written and spoken English skills. Also, proficiency in written and spoken Chinese would be an advantage.
- The appointee must be able to work independently, professionally, and to a high standard under time constraints.