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Dr Beth Suttill

Teaching Fellow in Management and Organisation Studies

Charles Carter Building



My Role

Programme Director BSc Management and Human Resources and BSc Management, Politics and International Relations/Politics, International Relations and Management

Academic Officer

Research overview

My current research interests are based around youth transitions, unemployment and identity. My PhD research explored the self-identities of young people on a course for those who are not in education, employment or training (NEET).

I previously worked as an Educational Research Intern on the 'Opening Doors' project run by the School of Education and Centre for Labour Market Studies at the University of Leicester. The project explored the learning transitions of students taking the Access to Higher Education diploma (a qualification which prepares people without traditional qualifications for study at university).

Current Teaching

I contribute to the following undergraduate and postgraduate teaching:

OWT.100 - Management and Organisation in Context (co-convenor)

OWT.328 - Work and Employment Relations (co-convenor)

OWT.514 - Employment Relations (convenor)


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