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Private Tutors for University Students
The following is a small sample selection of the expert tutors that we work with.
David holds an MSc and PhD in Finance from Imperial College Business School where he also lectured on the MSc Finance programme and repeatedly scored top rankings in lecturer evaluation questionnaires. He is a published academic, has presented at the American Finance Association and was a Vice President at JP Morgan in London.
Economics & Economic History Lecturer
Eric is a research fellow at Oxford University, a lecturer at the LSE and Warwick University and a professor at Richmond University. He holds a PhD and a professional teaching qualification (PGCertHE) and was the first faculty member at the LSE to be awarded the prestigious teaching excellence award three times. He has taught and lectured on seventeen separate courses across three London universities and published nine academic publications.
Quantitative Finance Specialist
Nikhil holds a PhD in Financial Econometrics and MSc in Finance from Imperial College Business School, and a BA in Economics from Cambridge University. He is an experienced programmer, particularly in MATLAB, C++, MQL4 and SQL and currently consults for hedge funds and independent traders in algorithmic trading. He tutors at all levels in Quantitative Finance, Mathematics, Econometrics and Programming. Previously, he worked for Accenture in Information Systems.
With nearly two decades of statistics lecturing and tuition experience around the globe, combined with years of industry experience as a senior statistician working with the Israeli government, Hadar is a true statistics veteran. She graduated from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem with a plethora of qualifications and awards under her belt, including two Rector’s Prizes.
Accounting and Academic Writing Specialist
Giovanna is a qualified accountant, has a first degree and PhD in economics and is a qualified Supervisory Analyst (NYSE). Giovanna has been tutoring university students for several years since leaving Morgan Stanley. Because of her wide-ranging experience, Giovanna is often asked to create bespoke courses for professionals looking to gain a better understanding of the economics, finance and accounting requirements of their jobs.
Research Methods Lecturer
Yasmin holds a PhD in Psychiatric Epidemiology and has extensive experience conducting research and delivering teaching in two of the top medical schools in London. Yasmin has worked as a Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London and has taught and delivered thesis supervision for postgraduate students. Yasmin has presented her work at national and international academic conferences.
Jonathan holds a First Class BSc in Economics and Finance from the LSE, where is is now doing his masters. In addition, he has successfully completed all three levels of the CFA program. Jonathan has over three years’ experience as a lecturer and tutor in Microeconomics and Corporate Finance. Alongside his teaching commitments, Jonathan is an Economic and Equity analyst at a local Investment Bank.
English Literature Lecturer
Frank holds a doctorate from Oxford University where he was an Amelia Jackson scholar. He has published and lectured widely on literature and cultural politics in England and Ireland, and is currently preparing his first monograph on Irish literature. He has led tutorials at the University of Oxford and designed syllabuses and taught courses for a wide range of students with international programmes such as ASE (Bath) and OPUS (Oxford).
Professional Economics Tutor
1st Class Economics with Economic History LSE. Professional economics tutor.
Anthropology and Archaeology Specialist
Emma holds a First Class Honours BA in Anthropology from the University of Alberta and an MA and MPhil in Evolutionary Anthropology from Rutgers University. She has over five years experience as one of our private tutors for university students teaching at all undergraduate levels in biological anthropology and archaeology. She also specialises in academic writing and dissertation guidance for both the sciences and the humanities, as well as in post-secondary study skills.
Suzy has worked as a corporate banker at top tier institutions and structured major transactions for the likes of Jaguar Land Rover, Land Securities and Dyson. She particularly enjoys sharing her knowledge of securitization, structured finance and syndicated loans with her students. Suzy graduated in Law from Brazil’s top university, UNESP, and received a scholarship from Santander to undertake at LLM in International Banking and Finance Law at UCL.
Creative Writing Lecturer
Mary holds an MA and is a creative writing lecturer, scriptwriter, playwright, journalist and lyricist. She was shortlisted for the BAFTA Rocliffe New Writing Forum, has won thescriptwriter.co.uk competition and has been selected for Philip Shelley’s Advanced Mentoring Lab at the London Screenwriters’ Festival. Her debut novel WHO LET THE GODS OUT? was published in 2014.
Richard has a long and accomplished career in Music and was London Director of Music for the Royal Shakespeare Company for 20 years. He has been musical director for over 200 productions including Mother Courage with Judi Dench, Cyrano de Bergerac with Derek Jacobi, The Plantagenets with Ralph Fiennes, Hamlet with Kenneth Branagh and The Lord of the Rings. Richard tutors musical composition, orchestral arrangement and professional audition preparation for singing actors.
Business Studies Specialist
Johan is a PhD student and ESRC scholar at Imperial College Business School. His research interests include organization design and private sector development in less developed countries. He has extensive teaching experience across MSc, MBA and Executive Education programmes including infrastructure finance, investment modelling, strategic marketing, business economics and accounting. He has also worked on the London Stock Exchange’s ELITE programme.
Biomedicine and Immunology Specialist
Ben holds a PhD in Immunology from the University Hospital of Wales. He is a published academic and regularly presents his work at international conferences, such as Euroscicon and the British Society of Immunology. His extensive teaching experience has given him deep insight into the problems commonly faced by students pursuing bioscience degrees, especially in biology, biochemistry, medicine, bioinformatics and biomedical sciences.
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