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Contribute to our world of academia as a freelance video lecturer for the module Introduction to Low-Code Development in our online bachelor studies programme Digital Business.

Your tasks as a freelancer:

  • Creation of a course book of approximately 130 to 200 pages based on the module description. You will be provided with guidelines containing specifications regarding the formal presentation of the works.

  • Creation of a question catalogue.

  • Definition of literature and references.

  • You will be supported by subject experts at the IU throughout the production.

  • The course covers the following topics: History and Conceptual Basics, Unleashing Low-Code, No-Code and Citizen Developers, Platforms and Vendor Landscape, Strategies, Frameworks and Technological Environment, Phases in the Low-Code and No-Code Application Lifecycle, Application, Cases Studies, and Future Outlook

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  • You have an academic background in the relevant field of study (e.g., a university degree or doctorate).

  • Practical experience in the field and experience in creating learning materials are a plus but not a must.

This sets us apart:

  • The advantages of freelance, project-based tasks, e.g., flexibility for creativity.

  • Collaboration with a value-driven higher education institution.

  • A dedicated team is happy to support you throughout the process, if needed.

  • Your contributions to our projects will be recognised and valued.

APPLY AS A FREELANCE AUTHOR AT GERMANY’S LARGEST HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTE! Make history with us by helping us to rethink education. Our mission is revolutionary and transforms lives.

If this sounds like the perfect challenge for you as a freelancer, we look forward to receiving your online application. Please submit a 2–5-page writing sample (e.g., an excerpt of your academic work or similar) in addition to a tailored CV.

Should you have any questions, please contact Mrs Nicole Fus (Nicole.Fus@iu.org).

Actions speak louder than words: We cherish our "Culture of Everyone" and would like to take this opportunity to emphasize that we do not tolerate discrimination based on race, gender, age, sexual orientation, or disability. We welcome you as you are and look forward to nurturing our diverse community at the IU!

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Remote Germany
With our positions, you don't have to decide where to work. Whether you want to work from home, at one of our offices across Germany or up to six months abroad. Enjoy maximum flexibility!
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The academic world of IU International University of Applied Sciences (IU) is colorful & diverse: Here, lecturers from a wide range of disciplines, from different locations, permanent employees and freelancers work together on our vision: to make education possible for all.

How does our teaching differ from other universities? It's cool, modern & innovative! We rely on people from the field who want to combine their expertise with theory. The possible activities are wide-ranging, just like the many disciplines: From architecture to engineering to social work, there's something for everyone! And don't worry, you don't necessarily have to have taught before! An overview:
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Make collaboration standard practice.

We aim for the best solution as a team and have fun with it - without ego or politics.

Be courageous and take risks.

We make courageous decisions and take calculated risks.

Embrace innovation always.

We are always looking for ways to improve our offers for our customers.

Strive for the empowerment of everyone.

We support each other’s development to become the best version of ourselves.

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We aim to improve ourselves in everything we do and work hard to do so every day.

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Academia FAQs

Am I a permanent employee or freelancer in IU Academia?
Our Professors are permanently employed and our Lecturers, Tutors, and Authors are all Freelancers.
Is there a teacher forum for discussion & exchange?
Absolutely! At every location we have a regular faculty conference. We also encourage dialogue via our collaboration tools and all our module leaders are available for questions at any time.
What is the application process for a lecturer assignment?
Once we review your application you will receive a further questionnaire by e-mail to be completed and returned.  We will promptly send you relevant information by e-mail about teaching at IU. We will also inform you about the process regarding a trial lecture.
When do lectures take place in dual studies?
Our dual study program includes modules that take place every two weeks and modules that are taught every week on specific days. Normally, our lectures for a module take place in blocks of 4-6 UE (UE = 45 minutes). Planning of the blocks is done in consultation with our lecturers. The weekly teaching hours are: Mon-Fri 8:00-20:00.