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MSc in Risk Management

Book your place now to improve your career with a postgraduate degree in risk management [Distance Learning].

Course start date: 13th September 2019 (Application deadline: 5th July 2019). Delivered by tutored distance learning

De Montfort University

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Des is Chartered Internal Auditor and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors (FCIIA). He gained his professional qualification during his career as an Internal Auditor and Audit Manager in Retail Banking. Prior to this Des worked in finance and administrative roles as well as internal audit within the NHS. He specialised in customer service, sales and regulation, undertaking both assurance and consultancy reviews. His experience included a one year secondment to act as a project manager on a key money laundering compliance project. Des now acts as an Assessor of Professional Experience for the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors and conducts seminars for Institute students preparing professional experience journals.

Martyn is currently Head of Postgraduate Studies for the Faculty of Business and Law at DMU, and Chair of the Postgraduate International Business/MBA/Marketing Programme Board. He was also previously Director of International Strategy at DMU. Martyn has a specific interest in the areas of International Management and Leadership, Strategic Management, Corporate Social Responsibility and Relationship Management. He is co-author of the leading textbook, Management (2010) with Professor Richard Daft and Dr Natalia Vershinina published by Cengage. Martyn teaches on the Managing a Professional Services Organisation module.

David is a Principal Lecturer at DMU with teaching expertise and research interests in the fields of strategic management, international management and crisis and business continuity management. His teaching spans more than 15 years and includes; undergraduate, postgraduate and a wide range of national and international corporate clients from both the public and private sector. David also holds visiting lecturer positions at a number of overseas institutions and has taught widely across the globe. In addition to teaching, David also holds management positions within the Faculty of Business and Law as the Head of International Activities, and Subject Leader for all strategy and management undergraduate programmes. David teaches on the Strategic Management module.

Hülya Öztel is a Principal Lecturer at DMU, specialising in strategic management, organisational learning and research methodology. She carried out extensive research and consultancy work in the field of public-private partnership, enterprise development and training in the UK and in France. Hülya obtained a first class honours degree, from Marseilles Business School, France. She has a Masters Degree from Aston Business School, UK and a PhD from Warwick Business School (UK) in 2005. Hülya teaches on the Dissertation module.

Deborah is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Human Resource Management, is a Chartered Academic Member of the CIPD and is the Programme Leader for the part time and corporate modes of the MA/PGDip Management of Human Resources. She has a background in public sector management in both the NHS and Higher Education. Deborah has published two books: Price, D. (2009) (Ed) ‘The Principles and Practices of Change’  London, Palgrave Macmillan, and Cameron, S and Price, D. (2009) ‘Business Research Methods - a Practical Approach’ London, CIPD/McGraw-Hill. Deborah teaches on the Managing Organisational Change module.

Phil Wilson is Postgraduate Curriculum Development Manager and Principal Lecturer for the Department of Accounting and Finance. Phil’s expertise and research focuses on Performance Management, Mergers and Acquisitions, Strategic Financial Management, Risk Management and Accounting for Managers. Phil’s teaching spans over 20 years across both HE and corporate educational programmes and has seen Phil achieve the Vice-Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching Award to celebrate his outstanding work at DMU in both 2009 and 2013. Phil teaches on the Corporate Performance Management module.