Anderson Quigley is delighted to be working with Malvern International who are looking to appoint a Deputy Academic Director at its study centre at the University of East London.
Malvern International is an international education company with UK-based International Study Centres and with schools in Brighton, London and Manchester. In over 35 years, Malvern has welcomed students from over 120 countries to access study opportunities with us. It is an organisation which has grown quickly over the past few years in particular in terms of staff and students with over 800 students expected in our university partnerships division this academic year.
Their core purpose is to provide, with its partners, students from around the world with the opportunities to reach their full potential via access to transformational learning, teaching and support and their mission is to provide international students essential academic and English language skills, cultural experiences and the support they need to thrive in their academic studies, daily life and career development.
Within their University Partnerships division, the UEL International Study Centre has grown very significantly since its launch in 2018, and now offers:
- International Foundation programmes in Accounting, Architecture, Business and Management, Engineering, Computing and Science, Hospitality Management, Humanities and Social Science and Law
- International Year One programmes in Business and Engineering, Computer Science and Hospitality Management
- International Graduate Diploma and pre-master’s programmes
- Pre-sessional, in-sessional and induction programmes for UEL international degree level students
They now seek a Deputy Academic Director looking to develop their educational management career by assisting the Academic Director in leading all aspects of the development and delivery of these programmes as a key member of the UEL International Study Centre Academic Leadership Team.
The Deputy Academic Director will play a central role in supporting the delivery and growth of the UEL portfolio , and will have responsibility for aspects of course development, academic quality and teaching delivery, including the effective management and development of teaching and resource, the provision of an excellent academic student experience and motivational staff leadership.
The role will have a teaching component and experience of English for Academic Purposes or a business course would be desirable.
Malvern International are open to permanent and interim candidates who are on up to 1 months’ notice.
Please contact Az Ahmed if you would like to know more.