Nigel Brown

Lecturer in Management

Professional Biography

Nigel spent many years living outside the UK, working in education in, for example, Greece, the Middle East, South Korea and Colombia, mainly with the British Council. Later, with an MBA from the University of Bath and managerial experience in the UK, Nigel began teaching business-related topics in 2000 in several schools in Oxford. He moved to Regent's University London in 2007. His main teaching areas now are HR, Organisational Behaviour, Management, Workplace Psychology and Research Skills.


  • MBA, Masters in Business Administration, University of Bath, 1999
  • DipTEFLA, Diploma in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language to Adults, International House, 1993
  • BSc, Geology, University of Aston, 1985

Relevant Past Employment

  • 2007 – current, Pathway Leader and Lecturer, Regent's University London
  • 2007- 2011, Business Lecturer, Oxford Business College
  • 2004 – 2006, Business lecturer, Oxford Media and Business School, Oxford
  • 2000 – 2001, International Operations Officer, Bell Educational Trust
  • 2000, Centre Manager, Embassy CES Oxford
  • 1993 – 1998, Consultant, instructor, supervisor, teacher-trainer, British Council, Bogota

Teaching & Course Development

  • Pathway Leader for Global Business Management – collaboration on new modules relating to leadership, change and governance, and contemporary management issues. Supervision and collaboration on current modules in Organisational Politics, The Global Manager and Personality And Business Psychology, HRM, Management and OB modules.

Research Supervision

  • Undergraduate and Masters level dissertations

Professional Affiliation(s)/Accreditations

  • Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy FHEA (2016)
  • Association for Business Psychology MABP (2016)
  • Chartered Management Institute CMI (2012)
  • Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development CIPD (2010)


Assessments written, administered, moderated, marked and where relevant discussed with external examiners for all of the following undergraduate taught modules:

  • The Global Manager
  • Personality and Business Psychology
  • International management
  • Organizational Behaviour
  • Principles of Human Resources Management
  • Human Resource Management (Events)
  • Introduction to Management
  • Research Skills
  • Business Communication Skills
  • Presentation Skills and Business Language Skills