Bushra Daud Ahmad joined Middlesex University in 2006 following a number of career changes. Bushra's first career was working in the Banking Sector, followed by recruitment consultantancy for both Transport for London and Department for Trade and Industry.
Bushra is a qualified lecturer, working as a module leader for both home and overseas modules. Her areas of teaching include International Management, Global Business Context and Research Methods.
Bushra holds a bachelor's degree in Information Technology (BSc Hons) a Master's degree in Human Resource Management (MA HRM), a Post Graduate Certificate in Further Education (PGCE PcertFE), and is currently undertaking a PhD with the School of Business & Management and Law.
English, Urdu, Punjabi, Hindi, Gujarati (basic)
Learning & Teaching Interests
Topics taught include;
Nature, type, classification, growth and internationalisation of industries and organisations
Business and Legal issues
Globalisation, international trade and competition
Business ethics, environmental and social responsibility in the international context
Economic systems and the national economic environment
National and international political, regulatory, socio-cultural, technological and demographic environments
The internal business environment and business performance
Contemporary and emerging issues in industry and business environments
Postgraduate Dissertation Supervisor
Research Outputs & Interests
Bushra is currently conducting research on 'Evaluation of Training Programs Offered to Ex-Offenders and the value added to the British Economy'. This research will contribute towards the final PhD.
Training and Development, Rehabilitation of offenders,Corporate Social Responsibility,