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Tenure Track Programme for the Promotion of Early-stage Researchers

The University of Cologne (UoC) is one of the largest and strongest research universities in Germany. Comprising six faculties, the UoC offers an exceptionally broad range of disciplines and internationally recognized profile areas.

The UoC invites applications for

14 Tenure Track Professorships.

This call is part of the Tenure Track Programme of the German Federal Government and the Federal States. It addresses researchers at an early career stage.

Please find extended advertisement for each professorship and details about tenure track at the UoC as well as application deadlines and procedures at the  Academic Job Portal.

Faculty of Management, Economics and Social Sciences

  • Behavioral Supply Chain Management (W2, tenure track W2)
  • Digital Supply Chain Management (W2, tenure track W2)

Faculty of Arts and Humanities

  • Cultural Evolution and Environment of Early Humans (W1, tenure track W2)
  • Medieval History (W1, tenure track W2)
  • Dogmatics/Dogma History and Ecumenical Theology (W1, tenure track W3)
  • Anthropological Linguistics of Africa (W1, tenure track W2)

Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

  • Computer Science (W1, tenure track W2)
  • Computer Science (W2, tenure track W3)
  • Detector-Physics (W1, tenure track W2)
  • Energy Meteorology (W1, tenure track W2)
  • Geobiology (W2, tenure track W3)
  • Organic Chemistry (W2, tenure track W3)

Faculty of Human Sciences

  • Educational Research with a Focus on Digitization throughout Life (W1, tenure track W2)
  • Musicology with a Focus on Media (W1, tenure track W2)

The University of Cologne promotes equal opportunities and diversity in its employment relations. Women are strongly encouraged to apply and given priority in accordance with the Equal Opportunities Act of North Rhine-Westphalia (Landesgleichstellungsgesetz – LGG NRW). We explicitly welcome applications from individuals with severe disabilities or people of equivalent status. Severely disabled applicants of equal merit and qualifications will be given priority.