Liting Tan

Liting Tan MSc, BA Hons, PGCert (HE), FHEA

Teaching Fellow in Project Management

Liting Tan is a teaching fellow in the School of Business, Operations and Strategy at the University of Greenwich Business School. She was an hourly paid lecturer in 2017 and has been a teaching fellow since 2019.

Liting is the programme leader for BA Business Studies and module leader for several undergraduate modules. She is also responsible for leading tutorial groups for Business subjects across all undergraduate levels, providing academic and personal support to personal tutees, and supervising level 6 research essays. In addition, she co-created and designed a level 6 online module, which has successfully guided students in their academic, career and personal development.

Besides, Liting is a member of the Scholarship Excellence in Business Education (SEBE) group and Networks and Urban Systems Centre (NUSC). She was involved in different departmental projects, such as studying students' performance, and research projects, such as studying students’ engagement and sense of belonging. Further, Liting is a member of the Women’s Network at the University of Greenwich and affiliated to the New Staff Network in her school.

Responsibilities within the university

  • Programme Leader
  • Module Leader
  • Personal Tutor


Nominated for the Star of the Future at the Greenwich Business School Staff Awards (2022).

Nominated for the Inspirational Teaching at the Student Led Teaching Awards (2021).

Nominated for the Outstanding Personal Tutor award at the Student Led Teaching Awards (2021).

Research / Scholarly interests

Liting Tan’s research interest is in teacher well-being, development and effective teaching and learning.