Samantha Lee

Position: Programme Director
Email: leesj@regents.ac.uk
Faculty: Business & Management

Professional Biography

An experienced business and management academic with a main focus on graduate employability skills and applied research.  Key management responsibilities include design and development of programmes through to validation and coordination for all faculty undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations.

Qualifications

  • MEd: Leadership & Management, Open University, 2009
  • Further Education Teachers Certificate, University of London, 1997
  • City & Guilds 7307 Further & Adult Education Teaching Certificate, University of Westminster,1996
  • RSA Certificate of Teaching English as a Foreign Language, 1992

Relevant Past Employment

  • 2008 – current, Director of Pre-Masters Programmes & Senior Lecturer, Business & Management Faculty, Regent's University London
  • 2005 – 2008, Director of International and Foundation Programmes & Senior Lecturer, Regent's Business School, Regent's University London
  • 2001 – 2005, International and Foundation Programmes Manager & Senior Lecturer, Regents Business School, Regent's University London
  • 1997 – 2001, Business Foundation Programme Leader & Lecturer, Regents International School, Regent's University London
  • 1993 – 1997, Business Foundation Programme Leader & Lecturer, European Business School, Regent's University London
  • 1991 – 1993, Lecturer in Computing, Lecturer in English Language European Business School, Regent's University London

Teaching & Course Development

Designed and Managed:

  • Business and Management Pre-Masters Programme
  • European Business School Foundation Programme
  • Regents Business School Foundation Programme

Designed and Module Leader/Senior Lecturer for:

  • International Perspectives in Employability

Senior Lecturer:

  • Introduction to Global Business

Research Interests

Currently reading for Doctorate in Education, Institute of Education, University of London.  Focussing on ‘the value of undergraduate dissertations and projects, within a business school context'.

Last updated: 08 December 2017