Dr Waheed Mughal
Dr Waheed Mughal
Head of Academic Services
MSc (International Money, Finance and Investment)
PhD (Social and Policy Studies)
Other Academic Courses
Certificate in Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies- Harvard Business
School, Harvard University. (September 2021).
SFHEA (Senior Fellow of Higher Education Academy- now called Advanced HE), R
– Certificate in Postgraduate Teaching and Supporting Learning (2011),
Durham University, UK
– PTLLS Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (Level 3 & 4). Adult
Training Network, London. (2011).
– British Academy of Management (BAM) – BAM is the leading authority on the
academic field of management in the UK, supporting and representing the
community of scholars and engaging with international peers.
– Social Policy Association (SPA) – The professional association for lecturers,
researchers, and students of social policy in the UK and internationally.
– Small businesses, innovation and entrepreneurship
– SMEs leadership and management development
– SMEs digital footprints and their ethical implications
– Social policy/education – focusing on school dropouts and out of school
Mughal, A.W. (2020). Secondary school students who drop out of school in rural
Pakistan: The Perspectives of Fathers. Journal of Education Research, 62:2, 199-215
– Mughal, A.W, Aldridge, J. and Monaghan, M. (2019). Perspectives of dropped-
out children on their dropping out from public secondary schools in rural
Pakistan. International Journal of Educational Development, 66, 52-61.
– Mughal, A. W., & Aldridge, J. (2017). Head Teachers’ Perspectives on School
Drop-Out in Secondary Schools in Rural Punjab, Pakistan. Educational
Studies, 53(4), 359-376. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00131946.2017.1307196
– Mughal, A. W. (2015). Investigating the Impact of the Tier 4 Policy on
International Students at Private Colleges in the UK. Journal of International
Students, 6(1), 241-261.
Dr Waheed Mughal has more than ten years of experience of teaching Business
related subjects and engaging with home and international students in the UK higher
education sector. He provides high-quality learning and support to prepare students
for study in higher education particularly those who benefited least from their previous
educational experiences. He has developed a deep understanding of the culturally
embedded learning needs of the diverse students and the learners from a background
of relative educational disadvantage. He taught at two affiliated campuses of London
Metropolitan University in London for four years. Recently, he worked at Brunel
University London as a Research Fellow with the principal investigators on the project
titled SMEs digital footprints and their ethical implications during the Covid-19
outbreak and beyond. This project is funded by the UK Research and Innovation
(UKRI). He also taught Issues and Controversies in International Business Project to
UG students, supervised dissertations and marked postgraduate assignments at the
Brunel Business School.