Faculty Member


 

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NameDr. Satya Shah
DepartmentMaritime Transport and Commerce
RankInstructor
Email (@frederick.ac.cy)bus.ss
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Prof S R Shah (Satya Shah) is a Professor of Engineering Management, and Director of Postgraduate Education at Royal Holloway College, University of London. A multi-disciplinary background of Engineering and Management, with Services and Manufacturing industries, Satya has followed his continuous learning and passion in the areas, and within International Education and Programme Portfolio development. Satya has 20+ years of experience on all aspects of educational governance, including operational, strategic, quality, recruitment, student experience, teaching & learning and staff development and management. Satya considers himself an Applied Research Academic (ARA) where he brings his teaching, research practices and theories to life through on and off classroom. Using Management and Business practices, he has supervised more than 120+ MSc/MBA projects. He is also a successful Programme Portfolio Specialist and through innovative use of programme and course mapping practices, blended teaching and learning, and skills and behavioural learning practices, he has successfully completed 24+ programme design and development projects. Externally, Satya has been invited as an External Examiner for 30+ portfolio review, institutional, and collaborative events within UK, Finland, UAE, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Turkey, Germany, and India for UG/PGT/PGR programmes. Alongside his educational pedagogy and teaching, Satya is also research active on applied areas of Supply Chain, Digitalisation and Logistics with six PhD completions, and 110+ research outputs in peer-reviewed journals and IEEE international conferences. As a passionate advocate of education, Satya dedicates his free time as Founding Director of a charitable initiative that engages in supporting communities for educational and skills-based projects, including promotion of “education for girls” in rural villages in India.

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