Opera PMS (Hotel Software) classes run every term for the period of eight weeks by our experienced instructor Sheikh Ziaul Haque.
This year’s Graduation Ceremony took place at City Gates Conference Centre on 22nd November 2018. Those in attendance included Prof.
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On 5th November 2018 thirty six HND Hospitality Students attended the Bake-Off Competition in Cheltenham. Twelve students participated in baking at Foodworks Cookery School. They were given set time to complete baking the cake.
I have had the pleasure of attending Nelson College since September 2014, and I am currently in my second year, studying HND Hospitality Management.
I enjoy the course a lot and find the teaching staff very helpful and knowledgeable of their subject.
Attending Nelson College has given me the opportunity to meet a variety of people from all over the world, learning from their individual cultures and experiences. Travel opportunities, entering competitions and learning, are all part of the student experience at Nelson College.
As a student representative, I can proudly say that Nelson College is among one of the best colleges known for the HND Hospitality Management course.
Aleksandra Osiniagova, B.Sc Criminology with Psychology from London South Bank University, is working as a Head of Academic Services at Nelson College London. She has a very diverse management experience. She is actively involved with many private and public organisations for research in her field. Her first article ‘Drug use and crime: a common aetiology’ was published in a widely recognised journal.
Nazim Uddin (FCCA, MBA, BSc, BBM) is a Director of Nelson College London. He is a fellow of Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and has a distinguished academic background. Nazim has spent five years as a lecturer at University of East London and is passionate about widening participation at FE and HE sector. He is committed to improving employability and enterprising skills among students from disadvantaged background. He received a gold medal from the president of Bangladesh in 2002 in recognition of his excellent academic achievement in MBA programme.
Athiqul Islam has a post graduate qualification in Strategic Management and Leadership. He has over 8 years’ experience of working at various levels in Higher Education sector. Currently he is a Director at Nelson College London.
Professor Geoffrey Alderman is an internationally recognised authority in the fields of modern history and politics who holds two doctorates (DPhil and DLitt) from the University of Oxford. A prize-winning journalist, Professor Alderman was formerly Pro Vice-Chancellor at the Universities of London and Middlesex. He writes extensively on the management of quality and standards in further and higher education and is a Visiting Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Higher Education Policy Studies.