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Dr. Edwin M. Agwu
PhD, MSc, MBA, BSc (Hons), NCE, MCMI, MIfL, AMNIM
School of Business, Covenant University
KM 10, Idiroko Road, Ota, Ogun State Nigeria
Email: [email protected] (preferred medium of contact)
Current position: - Senior Lecturer, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State (Full Time/Permanent)
- Associate Lecturer/Dissertation Supervisor for Global MBA, Manchester
Business School, University of Manchester, UK (Online)
- Associate Lecturer/PhD Thesis Supervisor, Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK (Online)
1. Professional Profile
A versatile professional lecturer, consultant, trainer, and education/business manager; with TWELVE years
banking and finance experience and FOURTEEN years of lecturing experiences in various academic
institutions in the United Kingdom and Nigeria. Effective communicator with excellent planning,
organizational, and negotiation skills as well as the ability to lead, reach consensus, establish goals, and
attain results. Academically qualified and professionally/commercially experienced, with several years of
lecturing experience cutting across all ages/levels – postgraduates, undergraduates, diplomas, and
certificate levels in Universities and Colleges in the United Kingdom and Nigeria. And a cross-border
experience in a broad range of business and management trainings, curriculum development, school
management and administration and proven skills in marketing and management of change; with the ability
to adapt to multi-cultural settings with strong interpersonal skills and ability to handle students and clients
from different nationalities. An active researcher with publications in several International Journals and
various conference proceedings
2. Academic Qualifications and Professional Affiliations
- 2008 – 2012 – PhD Strategic Management, University of Wales Business School Cardiff, United Kingdom
- 2006 – 2008 – MSc. International Strategic Management, Staffordshire University, United Kingdom
- 1999 – 2001 – MBA Management, Adekunle Ajasin University, Business School, Ondo, Nigeria
- 1991 – 1997 – BSc. (Hons) Science/Education, Faculty of Education, University Of Lagos, Nigeria
- 1986 – 1989 – NCE. Nigeria Certificate in Education, Federal College of Education, Okene, Nigeria
Professional Affiliations
- 2009 – Date – Member, British Academy of Management (107647) BAM – United Kingdom
- 2008 – Date - Member, Chartered Management Institute (4113874) (MCMI) - United Kingdom
- 2008 – Date – Member, Institute for Learning (AC018713), (MIfL) – United Kingdom
- 2001 – Date - Associate Member Nigerian Institute of Management (42640) (AMNIM) – Nigeria
3. Areas of teaching specialization and research focus
a) Teaching Focus
All aspects of Marketing Management – at all levels
Strategic Management/Corporate Strategy/International Business
Human Resource Management/Organizational Behaviour
Research Methodology at all levels (currently at PhD and Masters levels)
Dissertation supervision – at all levels
Management trainings, coaching, mentoring, etc.
b) Research/Consulting Areas:
Sustainability Strategy / Strategies for Emerging Markets
Corporate Social Responsibility / Organizational Change management
Innovation management and application to business strategies and product development
SMEs as social actors and agents in the society
Product Conceptualization, Design, Launch and Support
Adoption of network technologies in financial services marketing
strategic customer management, relationship marketing and Consumer Behaviour
c) Business school development and performance management at all levels
4. Skills and Attributes
- Commitment to student learning through a variety of delivery methods, including flexible & distance modes
- A proven track record of promoting and managing high quality academic standards in various educational
institutions in the United Kingdom
- Successful senior management career in banking and finance, education, marketing and business
development gained in both Nigeria and the United Kingdom
- Ability to deliver more than one business/management related module at postgraduate, undergraduate,
diploma and certificate levels
- Ability to coach, mentor and develop staff as well as proven track record of building and managing teams
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and creating an enabling work environment
- Ability to work successfully with students of varied ages, backgrounds and abilities.
- Ability to adapt to a multi-cultural setting with strong interpersonal skills and an ability to handle students
from different nationalities
- High personal integrity and ability to relate and create trust in all ages
- Excellent written and verbal communication skill with an eye for details
- An established track record in staff supervision and a clear commitment to high standards
- Ability to meet deadlines and prioritize while maintaining high ethics
- General management, consultancy, training, and coaching duties
- Ability to create and implement learning and development strategies
- Management development expertise and ability to demonstrate return on investment in R&D
- Excellent budget and project management skills and business development specialist
- Relationship building and influencing ability with first class facilitation and training delivery skills
5. Academic Appointments and Teaching Experiences. (FOURTEEN years lecturing experiences and
Academic Management in various universities in the United Kingdom and Nigeria)
2013 September – Date – Senior Lecturer in Strategic Management and Marketing, Covenant University,
Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria
2013 May – Sept 2013 – Lecturer 1, National Open University of Nigeria, Lagos, Nigeria
2012 October – Date – Associate Lecturer/PhD Thesis Supervisor, Cardiff Metropolitan University in
association with London School of Commerce, London – United Kingdom
2011 Oct – Date – Dissertation Supervisor for Global MBA, Manchester Business School (MBS) - The University
of Manchester – United Kingdom
2010 Sep – Mar 2013 – External Dissertation Supervisor for Full Time MSc University of Warwick - UK
2011Jan – Apr 2013 – Part Time Lecturer in Marketing, Middlesex University Business School, Hendon Campus,
London
2011 August – Feb 2013 –Associate Lecturer/Dissertation Supervisor, University of Wales in association
with London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) – London – UK
2011Jan – Feb 2013 – MA Business and Management Project Supervisor, Leeds Trinity Univ. College, UK
2011 Feb – March 2013 – Associate Lecturer/Dissertation Supervisor, University of Sunderland in
association with Ethames Graduate School, London – United Kingdom
2010 Jan – Jun 2011– Academic Director, Diamond Educational Services, London, United Kingdom
2007 Jan – Mar 2010 – Senior Lecturer/Head of Postgraduate Programmes, School of Business and
Management, LTC College, London, United Kingdom
2006 Jul – Nov 2007 – Senior Consultant - APCON Consultancy Services, North London
2001 Feb – Aug 2003 - Visiting Lecturer, Business Management, Enugu State University of Science and
Technology, Lagos Satellite Campus, Lagos Nigeria
1989 Aug – Sep 1993 – Academic Director, Chrisland College, Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria
5b. Management and Commercial Experiences
(More than 10 years of management, leadership, training, and banking & finance experience at Senior
Management Levels)
2002 May – Sep 2005- Manager, Compliance & Control, Diamond Bank Plc, Lagos, Nigeria
2000 Apr – Apr 2002- Branch Manager, Manny Bank Plc, Lagos Nigeria
1993 Sep – Mar 2000 - Manager, Domestic Banking Operations, Universal Trust Bank Plc, Lagos
6. Published articles, conference proceedings, articles under editorial reviews and preparations
a) Journal articles
1. Atuma, O. and Agwu, M. E., (2014) Workplace emotional intelligence and return on investment in
the Nigerian banking industry. Journal of Management, Marketing and Logistics, Vol. 1 Issue.4; pp
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348-374, 2014. Available at http://www.pressacademia.org/journals/jmml
Agwu, M. E., (2014) Strategic impact of inward Foreign Direct Investments on the labour markets of
developing economies. Journal of Management, Marketing and Logistics, Vol. 1 Issue.4; pp 297310, 2014. Available at http://www.pressacademia.org/journals/jmml
Ikpefan, O. A.; Okorie, U. E.; Agwu, M. E. & Achugamonu, B.U. (2014). Bank Capitalization and
Cost of Equity on Profitability of Nigeria Deposit Money Banks – General Moment ApproachInternational Review of Management and Business Research, Vol. 3 Issue.4, pp 1928-1947.
December, 2014. Available at: www.irmbrjournal.com
Agwu M. E., Ikpefan, O. A., Atuma O. & Achugamonu, B. U. Conceptual Review of the Effects of
Advertising on Consumer Buying Behaviour; International Review of Social Sciences, Vol. 2
Issue.11, pp. 502-518, November, 2014. Available at www.irss.academyirmbr.com
Ikpefan, O.A., Owolabi, F., Agwu, M.E., & Adetula, D. (2014) Working Capital Management and
Profitability of the Manufacturing Sector: An Empirical Investigation Of Nestle Nigeria Plc and
Cadbury Nigeria Plc. European Journal of Business and Social Sciences (EJBSS); Volume 3, Issue
06, pp.23-34 June 2014. Available at: http://www.ejbss.com/
Agwu, M. E., (2014) Foreign Direct Investment: A review from the Nigerian Perspective. Research
Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 1 Issue.3; pp 318-337, September 2014. Available at:
http://www.pressacademia.org/journals/rjbm
Agwu, M. E., Atuma, O., Ikpefan, O. & Iyoha, F.O. (2014) Adoption Triggers and Barriers of Mobile
Banking Services in Nigeria. International Review of Social Sciences, Vol. 2 Issue.9; pp. 374-386,
September 2014. Available at www.irss.academyirmbr.com
Agwu, M. E., Atuma, O., Aigbiremolen, O. M. & Iyoha, F.O., (2014). The Impact of Information
Communication Technologies in the Strategic Management of Financial Institutions. International
Review of Management and Business Research, Vol. 3 Issue.3, pp. 1588-1602. September 2014.
Available at www.irmbrjournal.com
Dudu, O.F. and Agwu, M. E. (2014) A review of the effect of pricing strategies on the purchase of
consumer goods, International Journal of Research in Management, Science & Technology (EISSN: 2321-3264) Vol. 2, No. 2, pp.88-102, August 2014 Available at www.ijrmst.org
Agwu M.E., Atuma O., Ikpefan, O.A. & Aigbiremolen, M.O. (2014) Impediments to e-banking
services marketing in developing economies – a study of Nigerian banks. European Journal of
Business and Social Sciences, Vol. 3, No.3, pp. 228-248, June 2014. pp. 228 – 248.URL: Available
at: http://www.ejbss.com/recent.aspx ISSN: 2235 -767X
Agwu, M.E. (2014), Reputational risk impact of internal frauds on bank customers. International
Journal of Development and Management Review (INJODEMAR) Vol. 9, No 1, June 2014 pp. 175192. Available at: http://www.ajol.info/index.php/ijdmr
Agwu, M. Edwin; Carter, A.L. and Murray, P.J. (2014) Downsizing as a strategic tool for effective
organizational management, International Journal of Research in Management, Science &
Technology (E-ISSN: 2321-3264) Vol. 2, No. 1, pp.1-9. April 2014. Available at www.ijrmst.org
Agwu, E. M. and Taylor, A. R. (2014) CSR as a strategic management tool: expectations and
realities of two MNCs in Nigeria. International Journal of Civic Engagement and Social Change
(IJCESC); January-March 2014, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp.27-43. Available at: http://www.igiglobal.com/journal/international-journal-civic-engagement-social
Agwu, M.E, and Kadiri, I. (2014) Analysis of critical strategic factors for the successful
implementation of poverty alleviation programmes in Nigeria. International Journal of
Computational Engineering & Management, Vol. 17(1) 1–9, January 2014. Available at:
http://www.ijcem.org
Agwu, M.E and Murray, P.J. (2014) Drivers and inhibitors to e-Commerce adoption among SMEs
in Nigeria; Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences, Vol. 5, No.3 March
2014 ISSN 2079-8407, pp. 192-199. Available at: http://www.cisjournal.org/
Agwu, M.E and Carter, A.L. (2014) Mobile phone banking in Nigeria: benefits, problems and
prospects. International Journal of Business and Commerce Vol. 3, No.6: Feb 2014 [50-70].
Available at: http://www.ijbcnet.com
Agwu, E. M. (2014) An investigative analysis of factors influencing E-business adoption and
maintenance of commercial websites in Nigeria; Basic Research Journal of Business Management
and Accounts ISSN 2315-6899 Vol. 3(1) pp. 05-16 January 2014 – Available at:
http//www.basicresearchjournals.org
Agwu, Edwin (2013). From reluctance to resistance of the adoption of internet banking services in
selected cities of the United Kingdom; International Journal of Customer Relationship Marketing
and Management, 4(4), 41-56, October-December 2013. Available at: http://www.igiglobal.com/journal/international-journal-customer-relationship-marketing
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19. Agwu, E.M. (2013) Cyber criminals on the internet super highways: A technical investigation of
different shades and colours within the Nigerian cyber space - International Journal of Online
Marketing, 3(2), 56-74, April-June 2013. Available at: http://www.igiglobal.com/journal/international-journal-online-marketing-ijom
20. Agwu, E. (2012) Generations X and Y’s adoption of internet and internet banking in Nigeria: a
qualitative study, International Journal of Online Marketing, Vol. 2, No. 4, pp. 68-81, OctoberDecember. Available at: http://www.igi-global.com/journal/international-journal-online-marketingijom
21. Agwu, E. (2012) ‘’A qualitative study of the problems and prospects of online banking in Nigeria’’,
Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce (JIBC) December 2012, Vol. 17, No. 3, Available at:
http://www.arraydev.com/commerce/JIBC/2012/AGWU.asp
22. Agwu, E.M. and Murray, P.J. (2014) Empirical study of barriers to electronic commerce adoption
by Small and Medium scale businesses in Nigeria. International Journal of Innovation in the Digital
Economy. Accepted for publication in the next issue
23. Agwu, M. E. (2011), Empirical study of barriers to internet banking adoption Proceedings of the
25th British Academy of Management Conference, Aston University, Birmingham, UK, September
13-15, 2011, pp.101-116 - Available at: https://www.bam.ac.uk/bam2011
24. Agwu, M. E. (2010), Emergent Issues on Internet banking adoption Proceedings of the 24th British
Academy of Management Conference, University of Sheffield, - UK, September 2010, pp.77-90.
Available at: https://www.bam.ac.uk/conference-2010
25. Agwu, M.E., (2010), Factors Affecting the Adoption of Internet Banking Services; Proceedings of
the 4th Graduate Conference in Social Sciences and Management, University of Bradford, Norcroft
Centre, 26-27 October, 2010 – UK, pp.55-62. Available at: http://www.brad.ac.uk/graduate-schoolconference/
26. Joey, S.L. and Agwu, M.E. (2010), Critical success factors for the implementation of poverty
alleviation programmes. A paper presented at workshop on ‘’A Changing Europe combating
poverty, supporting enterprise’’ Hilton Garden Inn Bristol City Centre, Temple Way, Bristol BS1
6BG, United Kingdom April 16, 2010, pp. 67-74
27. Agwu, M. E. (2009), Evaluation of the impact of email and internet in the workplace. Proceedings
of the 23th British Academy of Management Conference, 2009, University of Brighton - United
Kingdom September 15-17, 2009, pp. 48-57. Available at: https://www.bam.ac.uk/conference-2009
28. Markin, B. and Agwu, M.E. (2009) Strategic Risk Management Practices Of selected Organizations
A paper presented at the conference on Business Risk Management. The Harrow Hotel, 12-22
Pinner Road, Watford, Hertfordshire, HA1 4HZ May 13, 2009, pp. 81-93
b) Accepted articles for publication
29. Agwu, M. E., Iyoha, F.O., Ikpefan, O.A. and Atuma, O. (2015) Strategic management of
operational risks in financial institutions - European Journal of Business, Economics and
Accountancy (EJBEA); Accepted for publication on January, 2015 Issue
30. Atuma, O. and Agwu, M. E., (2015), Self Awareness and Organizational performance in the
Nigerian banking sector, European Journal of Research and Reflection in Management Sciences
(EJRRMS) ISSN 2056-5992. Accepted for publication on January, 2015 Issue
31. Kayode-Adedeji, T. K. and Agwu, M.E. (2015), Application of ICT to agriculture as a panacea to
unemployment in Nigeria - International Journals of Multidisciplinary Research Academy (IJMRA):
Accepted for publication on February, 2015 Issue
c) Conferences, Workshops and Seminars attended with papers presented
32. 3rd Annual NISER-NPC National Policy Dialogue on Socio-Economic Development – National
Policy Commission Abuja - at Reiz Continental Hotel, Abuja – December 9,2014
33. 2014 Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria Annual Lecture: Identity Management: A catalyst for
the new economic and financial services transformation – Bankers House Lagos, October 23, 2014
34. Agwu, Edwin (2014) The Effect of Advertising on Consumer Buying Behaviour: A Case Study of
Nestle Foods: Is There a Relationship Between Brand Value and Corporate Transparency? A
Paper presented at Business and Applied Sciences Academy of North America (BAASANA), USA
International Conference, June 19-21, 2014. Available at http://www.baasana.org
35. Workshop on Strategies for Publishing High Impact Research Articles, College of Business and
Social Sciences, Covenant University, Ota, 9th September, 2014.
36. 1st Covenant University Int’l Conference on African Development Issues; at African Leadership
Development Centre, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria, 5-6 May, 2014.
37. Agwu, M. E. (2013), Barriers to electronic commerce adoption by Small and Medium scale
businesses in Nigeria A paper presented at the International Conference on E-Business
Technology and Strategy, The Landmark Hotel, 222 Marylebone Road, London NW1 6JQ.
November 7, 2012
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38. Agwu, M. E. (2012). From reluctance to resistance of the adoption of internet banking services. A
paper presented at the International Conference on Entrepreneurial Approaches to e-business
adoption. City Hotel, 12-20 Osborn Street London E1 6TE. September 26, 2012
39. Agwu, M. E. (2012) Corporate Social Responsibility as a strategic management tool in
organizational management A paper presented at Business League Conference on Strategy and
Practice. Ibis Birmingham City Centre Hotel, 21 Ladywell Walk Birmingham B5 4ST. February 22,
2012
40. 19th International Product Development Management Conference, Manchester Business School
(MBS), University of Manchester, UK. June 17-19, 2012
41. Agwu, M.E. (2011), Emergent Issues on Internet banking adoption. A paper presented at the
International Conference on Business and Innovation Management in the 21st Century. Campanile
Hotel, Chaloner Street Queens Dock Liverpool L3 4AJ. July11, 2011
42. Agwu, M. E. (2011), E-business Adoption: Factors Influencing the Establishment and Maintenance
of Commercial Websites A paper presented at the International Conference Management and
Information Engineering. The Rose Court Hotel 35/35 A Great Cumberland Place Marble Arch,
London W1H 7DS. May 24, 2011
43. Hayes, F.E.; Agwu, M.E.; and Malcolm, S. W. (2010) Effect of pricing strategies on organizational
products and performance. A paper presented at Business Process Management Conference
Europe 2010. Cambridge city hotel, Downing St, Cambridge CB2 3DT, United Kingdom January
18, 2011
44. 37th Academy of international business (UK & Ireland chapter) Hosted by: The Business School,
Trinity College Dublin (Institute for International Integration Studies) April 8, 2010
45. Agwu, M. E. (2008), Employees are the best organizational asset University of Wales doctoral
colloquium 2008 at Greenwich School of Management, London – UK December 15, 2008
46. 2nd International Conference on Business Market Management (BMM 2008) - Mar 20–22, 2008
Manchester, United Kingdom
47. 7th European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies University of Bolton, UK, 28-29 June 2007
d) Journal Articles currently under editorial review
1. Agwu, M.E. (2014), Effectiveness of transformational and transactional leadership in employee job
satisfaction and performance. Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business
2. Agwu, M.E. (2014), An investigative study of work-life balance as tool for stress management in
organizations - Business Intelligence Journal
3. Agwu, M.E. (2014) Bank frauds and the implementation of preventive security controls in Nigerian
financial institutions - Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation
4. Agwu, M.E. (2014) Exploratory Study of Strategic Risk Management Practices Of selected Media
Organization in Nigeria - International Journal of Research in Business and Technology
5. Agwu, M.E. (2014) Trust and the consumer’s dilemma with e-banking - Journal of
Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation
e) Articles in preparation
1. Prospects, challenges and ethics of social media marketing
2. Empirical Study of impediments to Internet Banking adoption among Higher Education students in
selected universities in Nigeria
3. A case study of the impact of marketing communications of student enrolments in selected private
universities in Nigeria
4. Relationship between strategic management and entrepreneurship and impacts on contemporary
business approaches
5. Review of the baseline and evidential theories of transactional and transformational leaderships
7. Research degrees awarded to supervised students
I have successfully supervised more than 200 undergraduate and postgraduate degree students to
completion and currently supervising several undergraduates and postgraduate students in the United
Kingdom (Manchester Business School & Cardiff Metropolitan University) and Nigeria
8. Research grant secured
Secured =N=6million research grant from Covenant University Centre for Research, Innovation and
Development (CUCRID) to explore the topic below for 18 months as e-Business Research Cluster Leader:
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Explorative study of the impact of e-Banking and Cashless Policy on Small and Medium scale
Enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria
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Plus six other adjoining topics
9. Book chapters
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Agwu, M.E. (2013) “Technological Diffusion under Uncertainty: A critical review of developing
economies. In Mapple S. Watkins and H.T. Lee (Eds), Innovation and New Technologies in
Organizations in developing economies. Burns Publishing (2013): 43-70, 2013.
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Agwu, M.E. (2012) Organizational Change Management: A Critical Review. In S. Miller (Ed.), The
Principles and Practice of Change. Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 46-58, 2011.
Agwu, M.E. (2010) Organizational Management: A Critical Review. In S.M. Marks (Ed.), and H.P.
Peters. 21st Management in Global Economies. London: Rutledge.
Agwu, M.E. (2009) Organizational change management in the private sectors: key findings and
emerging themes. In T. U. Simmonds and J.U. Wood (Eds.), Managing Organizational Change in
Private and Public Services: International Issues, Challenges & Cases. London: Rutledge.
10. Editorship and Editorial Review Board Membership
1. 2014 – Date – International Journal of Business and Emerging Markets (IJBEM) Canada
2. 2014 – Date – International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management (IJECM)
3. 2014 – Date – International Journal of Management Sciences and Humanities (IJMSH)
4. 2013 – Date – International Journal of Bank Marketing (IJBM) Emerald
5. 2013 – Date – International Journal of Sustainable Strategic Management (IJSSM)
6. 2013 – Date – International Journal of Business Innovation and Research (IJBIR)
7. 2013 – Date – African Journal of Economics and Management Studies (AJEM) Emerald
8. 2013 – Date – International Journal of Civic Engagement and Social Change (IJCESC)
9. 2009 – Date – British Academy of Management Conference Papers on e-Business and eGovernment Tracks
11. Information Technology Skills
Sound knowledge and more than 24 years experience of using Microsoft Office - Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
Access and various software and ability to quickly master other systems.
12. Courses Attended
- Digital Innovations in Turbulent Times – BAM (Newcastle University Business School), 2013
- Managing change in the workplace – McJay Consulting, Piccadilly Circus London, 2012
- Leadership in educational organization (Restral Consulting) – 2010 – London, United Kingdom
- College management for managers (Educational Research Institute) – 2009 London, United Kingdom
13. Interest & Hobbies
Football, table tennis and badminton; general reading; traveling, and keeping abreast with current affairs.
14. Committee membership/Community development
- Leader, e-Business Research Sub-Cluster, part of e-Government and e-Business Research Cluster
- Member, e-Government and e-Business Research Cluster, headed by the Vice Chancellor – 2014 - Date
- Coordinator for Business Research Methods, School of Business, Covenant University – 2013 - Date
- Member, International Office and Linkages Committee on MoUs & Collaborations 2014/2015 session
- Member, Covenant University Committee on publications 2014/2015 Academic session
- Member, College Research and Postgraduate Committee 2014/2015 Academic session
- Chairman, Business Department Committee on Seminars and Conferences 2014/2015
- Chairman, Protocol/Transport Sub-Committee, 1st Covenant University International Conference 2014
- Member, College Curriculum Review Committee, Covenant University, 2013/2014
- Member, International Office and Linkages Committee on MoUs and Collaborations, 2013/2014 sessions
- Member, Policy Drafting Sub-Committee of the Quality Assurance and Academics Standards 2013/14
- Dept of Business Management Curriculum Planning/Review Committee 2013/2014 Covenant University
- Member, Departmental Quality and Academic Standards Committee (Covenant University) 2013/14
- Member, Business Department Committee on NUC Accreditation exercise 2013 (Covenant University)
- Trustee Board Member – Brent Mencap – 2008 – 2010
- Volunteer – British Heart Foundation, Waltham Cross – 2008 – 2009
- Member – Barnet, Enfield and Haringey (Mental Health Trust) – 2007 – 2010
- Regional Organizer, Host-UK, West Midlands Region – 2006 – 2008
14. Referees
To be provided on request
Dr. Edwin M. Agwu
PhD, MSc, MBA, BSc. (Hons), NCE, MCMI, MIfL, AMNIM
LinkedIn Profile: www.linkedin.com/pub/edwin-agwu
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