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Each year a promotion round is run for academic employees, including clinicians and staff employed within NHS trusts who hold honorary titles with the university, to seek promotion to senior lecturer, reader or professor.
The guidance below outlines the academic promotions procedure and provides instructions for completing an application form.
There have been some changes this year, particularly in relation to timing, which applicants are advised to note carefully in planning their submissions.
This is the timetable for the academic promotions round in 2020.
10 December 2019
Academic Promotions workshop
Friday 28 February 5pm
Deadline for applications to be submitted to Institute Director
Monday 23 March 5pm
Deadline for applications to be submitted to HR
Committee meeting to determine external assessors
1 April – 28 April
External assessments requested
Committee meeting to review progress
30 April – 15 June
External assessments collated
Committee meeting to review applications
w/c 29 June
Candidates informed of outcome of application (NB this date may be subject to change if the Committee requires further information)
Promotions announced in George’s Weekly
Effective date of promotion
Read this guidance carefully to ensure you provide all the information required by the Academic Promotions Committee in the correct format. It also contains important information about:
completing the application form
submitting your application
receiving your outcome.
Download the Academic Promotions 2020 guidance (PDF)
Once you've read the guidance, you'll need to complete these forms:
application form (Word)
diversity and inclusion monitoring form (Word) (requested for NHS applicants only where this information may not already be held by St George's, University of London).
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