World Languages and Literatures

These postings are updated by SFU's departments. Applicants should make sure that they can meet the departments' requirements and application deadlines. Please apply directly to the department where the job posting is located.

Please note: If there is a discrepancy between the job posting on this website and the department's website, the department should be considered the most accurate.

Course
Course Title
Location Closing Date
SI/TA/TM

ARAB 100

Introduction to Arabic I

Remote October 27, 2020 SI

ARAB 101

Introduction to Arabic II

Remote October 27, 2020 SI

ITAL 200

Intermediate Italian I

Remote October 27, 2020 SI

PERS 118

Introduction to Persian I

Remote October 27, 2020 SI

PUNJ 101

Introduction to Punjabi II

Remote October 27, 2020 SI

SPAN 103

Introductory Spanish II

Remote October 27, 2020 SI

CHIN 100

 

Mandarin Chinese I

Remote November 9, 2020 TA

CHIN 390

Advanced Chinese Reading

Remote November 9, 2020 TM

GERM 102

Introductory German I

Remote November 9, 2020 TA

ITAL 100

Introductory Italian I 

Remote November 9, 2020 TA

JAPN 100

 

Introduction to Japanese I

Remote November 9, 2020 TA

JAPN 100

 

Introduction to Japanese I

Remote November 9, 2020 TA

JAPN 101

 

Introduction to Japanese II

Remote November 9, 2020 TA

SPAN 102

 

Introductory Spanish I

Remote November 9, 2020 TA

SPAN 103

Introductory Spanish II

Remote November 9, 2020 TA

WL 100

Introduction to World Literature

Remote November 9, 2020 TM
JAPN 100 Introduction to Japanese I Remote December 8, 2020 TA
JAPN 101 Introduction to Japanese II Remote December 10, 2020 TA


***Assignments to WL 106 may involve tutoring under the FASS Forward program, see: http://www.sfu.ca/fass/undergraduate/fassforward.html, dependent on student uptake. Training and additional compensation will be provided.

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Policies

Equity
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If you have any questions about the collection, use and disclosure of this information please contact the Associate VP, Human Resources, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6. Telephone 778-782-3237.