Andrew completed his undergraduate degree and masters degree at the University of Cape Town, then obtained a masters degree in Economics from the Georgia Institute of Technology (US). He has several years of teaching experience in business and marketing management, strategy and economics.
Much of Andrew’s research experiences has focused around quantitative research, with his empirical research in retail marketing having been published in the Journal of Retailing & Consumer Services, Journal of Food Products Marketing, European Retail Research, National Brands & Private Labels in Retailing and the British Food Journal.
At UCL he delivers seminars across a range of management areas, and has specifically served as the primary teaching assistant for:
MSIN0003: Communication and Behaviour in Organisations (2016 - Present)
MSIN0018: Business Research Methods (2017 - Present)
MSIN0092: Technology and Digital Strategy (2017 - 2022)
MSIN0093: Business Strategy and Analytics (2016 - 2022)
MSIN0061: Global Marketing Strategy (2016 - 2022)
MSIN0055: International Business (2016 - 2021)
MSIN0041: Marketing Science (2017 - 2021)
MSIN0073: Strategic Management of Entrepreneurial Ventures (2019 - 2021)
MSIN0121: Corporate Strategy (2019)
MSIN0072: Business Strategy (2017)