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

Introductory Arabic I

Burnaby July 5, 2022 SI

ARAB 110 

Introductory Arabic II  Burnaby July 5, 2022 SI
SPAN 110  Introductory Spanish II Burnaby July 5, 2022 SI
ITAL 210 Intermediate Italian II Burnaby July 5, 2022 SI
PUNJ 100  Introductory Punjabi I Burnaby July 5, 2022 SI
CHIN 100
Mandarin Chinese I   Burnaby July 12, 2022 TA
WL 101W   Writing in World Literature
Burnaby Julu 12, 2022 TA
GERM 100   Introductory German I
Burnaby
July 12, 2022 TA
JAPN 100   Japanese I Burnaby July 12, 2022 TA
JAPN 100   Japanese I   Burnaby   July 12, 2022 TA
JAPN 110   Japanese II Burnaby July 12, 2022 TA
SPAN 100   Introductory Spanish I
Burnaby July 12, 2022 TA
SPAN 110 Introductory Spanish II Burnaby July 12, 2022 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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