Dr Ricky Joseph

Student Welfare Learning and Support Officer

Contact details

Address
Birmingham International Academy
46 Priorsfield
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT
UK

I support students transition to independent learners. I coordinate a range of activities to support students and staff. These include attendance monitoring, reasonable adjustments, extenuating circumstances and leave of absence, working closely with host academic departments and a range of University central services. I offer students advice on UCAS applications.  

Qualifications

PhD in Urban & Regional Studies, University of Birmingham

MSc in Housing Studies, Middlesex University

Associate Module in Teaching & Learning in Higher Education, University of Birmingham

Biography

Prior to joining the Academy I have worked as an academic within the School of Social Policy & Social Work, University of Birmingham undertaking research on intergenerational wealth inequality and housing policy. I have taught and supervised students at undergraduate, postgraduate taught and research programmes. I am an External Examiner at Canterbury College appointed by the University of Kent. I have worked in a safeguarding role for Children’s Services at Birmingham City Council. I have been a school governor and mentor for the Social Mobility Foundation.

Other activities

Publications

Rowlingson, K., Joseph, R. and Overton, L. (2017) Inter-generational Financial Giving and Inequality: Give and Take in 21st Century Families, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan