Head of Curriculum Delivery
Rajib’s career in Higher Education commenced in 2010 after having worked in the development sector in South Asia for 6 years. Prior to moving to the United Kingdom, Rajib worked in the field of Electoral Reforms (for CIDA, USAID and The National Election Observation Council) and subsequently as a Business Consultant for a DFID project aimed at working conditions improvement solutions for Micro and Small Enterprise sectors.
Within Higher Education, Rajib initially managed a couple of franchise programmes from Swansea Metropolitan University and University of London before joining the London Business School of Wrexham Glyndwr University in 2012. He has worked at the University for 7 years and was an integral member in the Strategic Planning and restructuring of the school and in 2014 as a Senior Lecturer, was promoted to the role of Curriculum Lead. A fellow of the Higher Education Academy, he is well versed in pedagogic theory and practice and have extensive experience of curriculum development, validation and review.
My primary responsibilities relate to the development of the Postgraduate School at Regent College for the commencement of postgraduate programmes in September 2020. In addition to teaching and supervising research projects across multiple University partnerships, I am also responsible for academic management of the Business Management Top-up degree from Bucks New University and render personal tutor support to all students on the same.
Rajib teaches modules / subjects within the following topical areas:
- Leadership and Change Management
- Globalisation and Emerging Markets
- Comparative Politics
- Organisational Behaviour
Rajib is currently pursuing a Doctoral Research in Sociology / Social Anthropology at Wilberforce Institute for the Study of Slavery and its Emancipation, University of Hull. His research aims to analyse differential factors contributing to the marginality of gender diverse communities and sexual minorities in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan and their vulnerabilities.