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Oxford Business College

OxBRAIN

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The College is committed to research excellence and innovation. Oxford Business Research And Innovation Network-OxBRAIN is a newly established (2021) platform. The primary purpose of the OxBRAIN is to provide a stimulating and congenial environment for research, collaboration and exchange of research ideas both within the College and across the world. The OxBRAIN aims to attract international researchers and scholars to develop a network to offer the opportunity to participate in research activities. We are developing a global network of Business Research with a significant focus on Private Higher Education in the UK and globally.

OBC academic staff as researchers on higher education and firmly believe that high-quality research on learning, teaching and assessment inform their practice, and students benefit from it. Most of the academic staff members are writing semi-academic chapters in our two books on “ Leadership and Management” and Learning and Teaching” in Private Higher Education.

Research Team

Dr Fayyaz Qureshi

Director of Research

Christopher Puzey

PA to Director Research & Quality Assurance

Dr Hedda Martina Šola

Research Coordinator

Dr Alaoma Alozie

Research Associate

Dr Christiane Bellucci

Research Associate

Dr Susan Nwadinachi Akinwalere

Research Associate

Dr Ventsislav TsetskovIvanov

Research Associate

Dr Ilane Frank Dias

Research Associate

Dr Eleftheria Panagiotopoulou

Research Associate

Tayyaba Zia

Research Associate

Dr Saba Yasser

Research Associate

Alexandra Kraleva

Research Associate

Dr Aljoša Šestanović

Research Associate

Dr Katarina Sokić

Research Associate

Dr Ljiljana Kukec, PhD

Research Associate

Salvena Hussain

Research Assistant

Research paper on “MATURE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION WITH ONLINE TEACHING
DURING THE COVID-19″ was published in 2020 and received a “Distinguished Scholars” award from European
Journal of Scientific Research in February 2021.

Research paper on “IS COVID-19 TRANSITIONING CASH COWS INTERNATIONAL
STUDENTS INTO CATS?” was published in European Journal of Education
Studies in June 2021.