Ms Aleksandra Griazina BA, MA

Teaching Fellow

Key details

Ms Aleksandra Griazina

Teaching Fellow

Ms. Aleksandra Griazina joined the Business School at University of Greenwich in 2018 as Teaching Fellow in Personal and Professional Development. She graduated from Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia with a BA and MA degrees in International Relations and is currently working towards her PhD in Higher Education Management at UCL Institute of Education.  

Prior to joining the University, Aleksandra has held various positions in marketing and business development in ed-tech companies.

Among her research interests are international marketing in education, student mobility and economics and management of HE institutions. Recently she has worked as a research assistant on a project entitled "Economic and Social Impacts of Doctoral Degrees".

Research / Scholarly interests

Aleksandra's current research focuses on the application of behavioural economics to improving educational performance.

Recent publications

Denise Hawkesand Aleksandra Griazina (2019) "A systematic literature review of economic benefits of doctorates in the UK" Work Based Learning e-Journal International, Volume 8, Issue 2, Dec 2019, pp1-27