Ahmad Khan

Ahmad is currently managing the International Department at the University of Bolton. He is a quadrilingual international education strategist who started his career in the legal profession. He completed his LL.B. (Hons) at Lancaster University and then studied at the College of Law in Chester (now University of Law). He attained a full scholarship to study a Postgraduate Certificate in Project Management at the Open University which led to the management of IT projects within Greater Manchester Police (GMP). Ahmad proudly founded the Muslim Police Association in 2005 whilst working at GMP and was the official Chairperson for 3 years.

Ahmad has private and public higher education experience within the UK, Asia, the Middle East and North Africa region where he worked for the Superior Institute of Science & Technology (SIST), Cardiff Metropolitan University and Sunderland University within a number of roles including: Learning & Development Director, Business Director, and Admission’s Director.

Ahmad was part of the Management Team at the European Commission funded Tempus Programme which supported the modernisation of higher education within a number of European, Middle Eastern and North African Universities. Ahmad also has successful experience of large-scale recruitment campaigns within higher education across the Middle East and North Africa.

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