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Caroline Walsh

Deputy Provost

Caroline Walsh

Caroline Walsh is the Deputy Provost of the Faculty of Business and Law at Regent College London (RCL). Caroline has been in academia since 2008 having had a 20 year career in the hi tech and communications industry.

Caroline recently joined Regent College London from Solent University, where she was Director Solent Business School in Southampton. Prior to this, Caroline was RBS Deputy Director Academic Partnerships at Roehampton University, where she oversaw provision for 7000 students, and was involved in a national project to close the awarding gap for students from minority ethnic backgrounds. Caroline began her academic career at University of West London Business School where she was MBA Programme Director and Link Tutor Hong Kong.

She has also worked in management and marketing, and latterly as Business Development Director for TEQUILA, a marketing agency, part of Omnicom’s TBWA global communications group. In her own research she has also evaluated the impact of University fees on students and the factors that influence students’ choice of University.


Greening, J, Paphitis, T., Bhatti, S, Marchbank, P., and Walsh, C. (2022) ‘Purpose Goals Seminar Series: Goal 9 Extending Enterprise.’

Bradbury, A. Moorhouse, J, & Walsh, C, (2019) ‘RAFA2 RBS BAME Students’ Lived Experience’ Poster Presentation. CABS LTSE 14 May 2019, Manchester – a RAFA funded knowledge exchange project.

Walsh, C. (2019) ‘The Internationalization of Business Education’, Beijing Foreign Studies University – South China College, International Pearl River Conference, Foshan 22 March 2019.

Moorhouse, J. and Walsh, C. (2015). ‘A turn to the market: a magical solution but is it practically adequate? The Impact of a turn to the market on sustainability in the English vegetable sector’. Competitive Paper submitted and accepted by Academy of Marketing Conference 2015, University of Limerick.

Walsh, C., Moorhouse, J., Dunnett, A. & Barry, C. (2015), ‘University choice: which attributes matter when you are paying the full price?’ International Journal of Consumer Studies. (2*)39,6,p. 670-681