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Doctorat (ParisIII-Sorbonne) MBA SFHEA
School of English and Modern Languages
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
+44 (0)1865 484269
Manages all Modern Languages (French, German, Spanish, Japanese and Mandarin Chinese) including workload allocation, staff development and performance review, and monitoring of teaching and Learning.
MA in International Business, Culture and Languages
Her current interest is to look at the cohesion of the European Union in the current global environment.
She continues to previously examine the 35-hour working week in France, project originally financed by the Leverhulme Trust.
Editor of the Let's Read Japanese series
Cross-cultural training for companies.
Organiser and trainer of short courses in Brookes Modern Languages Unit.
2012-17: was awarded £92,360 from the Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF5) for the Let's Read Japanese Project
2011: was awarded £7,500 Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF4) for a Mandarin Chinese Market Research
2008-2016: received £15,500 from HEFCE Routes into Languages to organise events
2008: received £10,000 from the EU-Leonardo da Vinci programme to deliver translations for the European Arts Management project
2001: was awarded a Research Fellowship of £17,500 from The Leverhulme Trust for the 35-hour working week Project
European Union - Institutions and Policies
Business Environment in Europe
Cross-cultural training for companies relocating between the UK and France
Organiser and trainer of short courses in Brookes Modern Languages Unit
The European Union – United or pluralistic?, invited guest speaker at Communication University of China, Beijing, China, 25 September 2015.
L'Etat français grève-t-il l'environnement entrepreneurial?, Conference organised by the Société québécoise de science politique, Montreal, Québec, 8-9 May 2008.
The Presidential and Legislative Elections: the Party Political Broadcasts,Towards the Sixth Republic?, Conference on The Elections of 2002, Maison Française, Oxford, 9 June 2002.