Faculty

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  • Jon Baldwyn

    Employability Advisor

    We understand that in today's competitive jobs market, more and more employers expect new graduates to have substantial experience of the workplace. Completing an industrial placement is an excellent way to put what you have learned on your course into practice and develop new skills relevant to your future career. As Faculty...

  • David Bond

    Employability Manager

    David Bond is the Employability Manager for the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment. He manages a team which supports students looking for placements, internships and graduate roles. David works with local and national employers to promote opportunities and embed careers education and sector knowledge...

  • William Campbell

    Associate Professor, Director of International Recruitment

    William took a Degree in Mathematics at Glasgow University, followed by a Masters in Intelligent Knowledge Based Systems at Essex University and has a continuing interest in the application of logic within software engineering and artificial intelligence, in particular natural language processing. His main teaching areas have...

  • Simon Handley

    Associate Dean (Academic Portfolio and Market Development)

    After completing a CEI Part II professional registration qualification, Simon was engaged as an electronics engineer designing control systems for resistance welding applications. This role also provided the opportunity to be design and deliver customer-training courses. Simon first came to Birmingham City University in 1988...

  • Sikander Khan

    Faculty Financial Controller

    Sikander has 20 years of working in finance, 14 years of which have been spent in a major HEI providing a high quality financial and management accountancy service with strong financial leadership.

  • Ian McDonald

    Research Officer

    After graduating he worked for Birmingham Settlement, one of Birmingham's oldest charities, from December 2005 – March 2008, initially as an Administrator and then as an Employment and Training Advisor, helping people find work and/or appropriate training. He joined Birmingham City University in July 2008, working first in...

  • Lowenna Mistry

    Employability Advisor

    Lowenna focuses on working with second-year students in the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment. She supports students by assisting them in securing short and long term placements. She has previously worked on projects within Birmingham and the wider West Midlands region, by supporting young people who...

  • Professor Nick Morton

    Associate Dean (Student Experience)

    Nick is Head of the School of Engineering and the Built Environment, having joined what is now Birmingham City University in 2003. He was Course Leader for the School’s RTPI-accredited undergraduate planning degrees for a number of years, including leading the design of the BSc (Hons) Planning & Development route in 2006, and...

  • Andrew Pritchett

    Employment Advisor

    Andrew supports final year students and recent graduates from the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment into employment. He also offers a range of services including assisting with CV’s, cover letters and application forms for students, as well as providing ideas on how to network, use social media...

  • Professor David Proverbs

    Associate Dean (International)

    David Proverbs, BSc (Hons), PG Cert Ed, PhD, MBA, FHEA, FCIOB, FRICS, is Professor of Construction Management and Associate Dean International in the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Built Environment at Birmingham City University. David worked for 10 years in the construction sector as a Project Manager before joining...

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