Graham Jones appointed Lecturer in Ecommerce

Graham Jones has been appointed as a Visiting Lecturer in Ecommerce at The University of Buckingham. He will be delivering the e-commerce module for two honours degrees, “Business and Management” and “Marketing and Media Communications”.

Graham said: “I am really pleased to be back at the University of Buckingham. I lectured on Internet Marketing for their MBA programme a couple of years ago.”

Students start their nine-week e-commerce programme this coming week and will receive 27 hours of tuition from Graham.

The University of Buckingham has been rated Britain’s top university in the National Student Survey for the past three years.

Graham is also an Associate Lecturer and an Examiner at The Open University – the world’s biggest distance-learning university with over 180,000 students.

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