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Birmingham, Alabama Skyliune
Lectureship Aid - Auburn University

Includes the tuition waiver to study a Master in Hispanic Studies as Graduate Teaching Assistant at Auburn University, and a remuneration of approximately $14.400 gross distributed throughout the nine months of the academic year. Addressed to students in the field of arts.

  • Registration sheet of the current academic year. Non-graduate students will have to turn in a certificate saying that they have completed their Bachelor Degree by June 2019.
  • Student’s transcript with the average score.
  • Having studies in the field of arts is mandatory for this lectureship.
  • Ibt TOEFL exams with the score of 80%. Exams with an inferior grade of 23% in conversation and 16% in reading, writing and oral comprehension will not be admitted. (TOEFL results will be given in a month or so).
  • Financial form documenting that the student has access to approximately 3000€.
  • Three recommendation letters in Spanish or English from three professors. Two of them must be written by professors at UAH.
  • Photocopy of DNI and passport (both are mandatory).
  • Curriculum Vitae.
  • Statement of purpose.
  • Non-native speakers might have an oral interview to demonstrate their Spanish level.
Selection process
  • Applications must be submitted at Registro del Colegio de San Ildefonso, Plaza de San Diego s/n. 
  • There will be a preselection of all the applications submitted. If necessary, students will have to do an oral interview.
  • Applications will be evaluated by a commission who will select finalists with final approval by Auburn University. This process will be carried out during the second half of December.
  • Students who have been selected will have to follow the application requirements of Auburn University. A research sample; an academic essay written in Spanish (5 pages minimum) and two mp3 recordings (one spontaneous recording on your personal life, academic interests, etc. and a second one reading a text in Spanish).

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