Laura  Muncey

Laura Muncey BSc; MSc; AFHEA

Teaching Fellow

Key details

Laura Muncey

Teaching Fellow


Laura joined The Greenwich Business school in January 2010 as a Visiting Lecturer, becoming a Teaching Fellow in September 2019. She is currently the Programme leader, MBA International Business April.

She graduated from University of Greenwich with a BSc Economics and MSc Business and Financial Economics, with a Distinction and is currently working towards her PhD in Economics at the University of Greenwich. Prior to joining the University, Laura came from an Investment Banking background, before moving in to the HE sector. She has held several roles with the University of Greenwich in student recruitment and Research and Enterprise before moving into a full-time academia role.

Her teaching and tutoring experience has included several undergraduate and postgraduate modules within the Department of Economics and International Business, including module leader for a variety of modules at both UG and PG level.

Responsibilities within the university

Programme leadership: MBA International Business April starting programmes

Module Leader – responsible for the design and delivery of undergraduate module in the Economics undergraduate degree programme and postgraduate modules within the MBA and MA International Business programme.

Personal tutor at undergraduate and postgraduate levels

International Business project (PG Dissertation) supervisor

Recognition

  • Certified Management & Business Educator (CMBE), Chartered Association of Business Schools
  • AFHEA – Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • Member of the Institute of Leadership and Management
  • PGR Reviewer for Compass: Journal of Learning and Teaching

Research / Scholarly interests

Laura is currently working on her PhD with the research topic of “Early Warning Systems for Banking Crisis with the inclusion of Corporate Governance”.

Other research areas of interest are:

  • Women in Economics
  • Banking Regulation
  • Corporate Governance
  • Financial Sector
  • Policy Matters