Ian’s responsibilities include student recruitment and admissions, information technology services, timetabling, and marketing and external affairs. He became Deputy Vice-Chancellor following extensive work in support of the University’s research and applied research capabilities. He was previously Dean of the then Faculty of Engineering and Computing. Ian began the UK’s first masters and undergraduate degree programmes for computer game technology in the late 1990s at Abertay University, Dundee. He established the International Centre for Computer Games Technology there in 1999. Ian has over 20 years’ experience in the higher education sector and has led consultancy for BP Exploration, the World Health Organisation, TSB, B&Q, Shell and GEC Marconi.
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