BRAC University (BRACU) follows a broad-based approach to education which nurtures fresh ideas and gives new impetus to the field of tertiary education. It ensures a high quality of education and aims to meet the demands of contemporary times. BRACU is accredited by the University Grants Commission (UGC) and approved by the Ministry of Education, Government of Bangladesh which has established itself as one of the leading private universities in Bangladesh. The university is playing an integral role in the development of skilled graduates for a knowledge-based economy.
The School of Law at BRAC University is a gateway through which students are prepared for careers in law, in administrative services, the judiciary and in the development sector. The four-year undergraduate program at the School of Law culminates into a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) degree for successful students. Although the primary emphasis of the program is on law and the legal profession, given that Law is also intertwined with economics, development, business and sociology, it also prepares students who are inclined to seek professions in other disciplines.
The School of Law is inviting applications for the position of Professor.
- Excellent Academic credentials.
- Ph.D. in Law from an internationally reputed university.
- Considerable teaching experience in law to teach tertiary level and above.
- Minimum of GPA/CGPA 3.0 (on a scale of 4) in three academic levels (SSC or O’ Level or equivalent, HSC or A’ Level or equivalent, Bachelor or equivalent, and Masters or equivalent) is required.
- Preference to applicants with publications in reputed journals.
Eligible candidates meeting the above requirements are requested to apply online through
https://www.bracu.ac.bd/about/career-at-bracu by 17 February 2024. Any attempt to unethically influence the selection process will disqualify the candidate’s application.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
BRAC University is an equal opportunity employer and maintains “zero tolerance” regarding sexual harassment.