University College London

United Kingdom

Assistant, Associate, Full

    June 21, 2023
    July 10, 2023

The Marketing and Analytics Group at the UCL School of Management, University College London, invites applications for tenure-track positions at the Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor level. The anticipated start date is 1 September 2024.

Successful candidates will demonstrate ability or potential for high-quality research, with a focus on quantitative marketing.  All candidates should have a doctoral degree in marketing or a related discipline (e.g., economics, statistics, or computer science) by 1 September 2024. Candidates will also be expected to teach marketing or analytics courses in our undergraduate and/or graduate programs.

University College London (UCL) is one of the world’s foremost research universities, with a consistent ranking in the top 20 of the world’s best universities. Most recently, UCL was listed 8th in the 2023 QS World University Rankings.

The UCL School of Management is a world-leading business school based in London with a strong emphasis on research. The School’s research was ranked second among UK business schools in the most recent REF (Research Excellence Framework). In 2016, the School opened its new home in Canary Wharf, the heart of London’s financial district. Salaries are competitive in Europe. Teaching loads are relatively low (60 hours per year for Assistant Professors), and research support is excellent. 

The UCL School of Management encourages diversity and a positive culture among all faculty, staff, and students. Our school is committed to building an intellectual community in which diversity, fairness, and inclusion are valued. UCL is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Successful candidates should have a PhD in a relevant field from an accredited institution, possess a strong research programme commensurate with the rank sought, and have impressive teaching credentials.

Application Instructions

To register your interest in this position, please submit a CV, a research statement, up to two research papers, and at least two letters of recommendation here by 10 July 2023.