Since 2009, Jay has been teaching politics, international relations, migration, human rights and contemporary Korea in Cambridge, Singapore and Melbourne. In 2014, she was nominated for the Best Innovative Teaching Award by the School of Social Sciences of the Singarpoe Management University. Jay’s classes adopt blended learning and project-based approaches. Past projects include:

  • 2014. “Victim Identification and National Referral Mechanisms in Asia” with the International Organisation for Migration, Bangkok.
  • 2014. “Access to Justice for Migrant Workers in Southeast Asia” with the United Nation Action for Cooperation against Trafficking in Persons (UNACT) under the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Bangkok.
  • 2014. “Needs Assessment of Karen Refugees in the Ban Dong Yang Camp in Thailand” with WorldRefugee and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Bangkok.
  • 2014. “Comparative Anti-Trafficking Legislation in Asia” with the UNHCR, Bangkok.
  • 2014. “Guidebook for Incoming Indonesian Domestic Migrant Workers” with the IOM, Jakarta.
  • 2014. “Game of Public Service Excellency” with the UNDP, Singapore.
  • 2014. “Land Rights in Southeast Asia” with the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), Bangkok.

The courses she has taught so far include:

  • Korea Today: Culture and Institutions (2017-present)
  • Human Rights in Southeast Asia (2017-present)
  • Global Migration and Human Security (2013-7)
  • Human Rights in International Relations (2012-7)
  • Special Projects with International Organisations (2013-5)
  • Social Science Research Methodology (2014)
  • Introduction to Political and Policy Studies (2012-4)
  • Introduction to International Relations (2011-2)
  • International Politics of Northeast Asia (2011-2)
  • Chinese Foreign Policy (2009)