UCL School of Management

Deputy Director (Enterprise) and Principal Teaching Fellow

The UCL School of Management was established on 1st August 2015, replacing the Department of Management Science and Innovation. The School significantly expands UCL’s research and teaching in business and management, with a focus on innovation, technology management, analytics, and entrepreneurship.

As Deputy Director (Enterprise), Stephen is focused on maximising the impact of the UCL School of Management on businesses and other organisations worldwide, and on establishing the School as a thought leader in practice-based management education. He also leads the development of the School’s Executive Education portfolio and supports the development of the School’s relationships with key enterprises, practitioners and alumni. He is part of the UCL School of Management’s Senior Management Team.

From September 2016, postgraduate programmes will be taught in new premises for the UCL School of Management, occupying Level 38 of One Canada Square in Canary Wharf, the UK’s major global business district. Undergraduate programmes will be based on the UCL Bloomsbury campus, with all students being able to take advantage of the benefits offered by both locations.

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