My job in higher ed - George Yip, Imperial College London

My job in higher ed - George Yip, Imperial College London
George Yip, a professor at Imperial College London and former Dean of RSM, has had an illustrious career in academia, business and consulting. He is a champion of the ‘blended study’ teaching and learning method, and has implemented pioneering changes to the MBA programme that have resulted in higher rates of student engagement and retention.
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My job in higher ed - Carlo Giardinetti, Business School Lausanne

My job in higher ed - Carlo Giardinetti, Business School Lausanne
After working in sport and hospitality, Carlo Giardinetti is paving the way for innovation in the higher education sector as a champion of Holacracy. We caught up with him recently to find out how self-organised institutions operate, and what makes the Holacracy system so successful in Business School Lausanne (BSL), Switzerland.
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My job in higher ed: Brandon Kirby, Rotterdam School of Management

My job in higher ed: Brandon Kirby, Rotterdam School of Management
Brandon Kirby, Director of MBA Recruitment and Admissions at Rotterdam School of Management discusses brand promotion, disrupting the market and the future of admissions in higher education.
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My job in higher ed: Jade Mountain, Head of Digital Content at Pearson College London

My job in higher ed: Jade Mountain, Head of Digital Content at Pearson College London
After working in higher education for over 16 years as a lecturer, head of department and consultant, Jade Mountain is now Head of Digital Content at Pearson College. She is passionate about developing and empowering staff to provide students with the best possible learning experience.
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My job in higher ed: Wolfgang Weicht, Digital and Innovation Officer at Frankfurt School

My job in higher ed: Wolfgang Weicht, Digital and Innovation Officer at Frankfurt School
Wolfgang explains how he leads digital transformation at Frankfurt School of Finance and Management and tells us how he learnt project management from being a chef.
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My job in higher ed: Bibiana Camba, EADA

My job in higher ed: Bibiana Camba, EADA
Bibiana is Admissions Director of International Degree Programmes at EADA, a business school headquartered in Barcelona. She tells us how technology is changing the way executive education is taught and what education means to her.
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My job in higher ed: Wendy Purcell, Professor at Harvard University

My job in higher ed: Wendy Purcell, Professor at Harvard University
Wendy is Professor at Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health and formerly served as President and Vice-Chancellor of Plymouth University. She tells us about her research, what education means to her and the role artificial intelligence and virtual reality can play in learning.
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My job in higher ed: Jean-Philippe Primout and Linda Rimal Ponte, CIEE

My job in higher ed: Jean-Philippe Primout and Linda Rimal Ponte, CIEE
Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) is a non-for-profit which offers study abroad programmes in over 40 countries. Jean-Philippe Primout and Linda Rimal Ponte are responsible for student life and operations at CIEE in Paris. They explain their roles and tell us about the value of international study.
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My job in higher ed: Aidan Mersh, National Union of Students

Aidan is Membership Engagement Manager at NUS. He explains how he manages relationships with 25 UK students’ unions.
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My job in higher ed: Nathalie Naveda, University of St Gallen

My job in higher ed: Nathalie Naveda, University of St Gallen
Nathalie explains how she manages the recruiting, marketing and admissions of St Gallen’s SIM-HSG programme, which has been ranked #1 by the Financial Times for six consecutive years.
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