The CEO of GSM London has been speaking with the Times Higher Education (THE), providing them with a unique insight into how she got to where she is and how she intends to help GSM London reach its potential as a top school of higher education.
Alison Wheaton, GSM London CEO, has recently been appointed to the Higher Education Funding Council, where she is keen to listen and learn in order to better improve her position in both roles.
GSM London offers a whole host of courses, from undergraduate to postgraduate level over a range of subject matters, including both full-time and part-time masters in accounting and finance and business management courses. Of the variety of courses GSM London offers, Wheaton told THE “I bring perspectives on how the current regulatory regime impacts on the efforts to diversify the higher education sector – increasing choice and effectiveness.”
Wheaton believes that higher education should be increasingly more about social mobility and inclusion, which is something that she hopes to bring to both her roles as CEO of GSM London and a member of the HEFC for England’s committee on leadership, governance and management.
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