Edward N. Wilson

Lecturer: Business


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Having qualified and worked as a computer programmer at Microcline International GH Ltd in 1992, I gained professional qualifications with the Institute for the Management of Information Systems and the Association of Computer Professionals UK. I later graduated from the University of East London in 2001, then took up a position as a lecturer at the London College of Business and Computer Studies.

I became the Head of the Business Computing Department, then became the  Director of Studies within 4 years.

In 2008, I joined Hudson Kelly CIC as a Consultant and a Training Manager responsible for the development, quality assurance and enhancement of most of the Corporate Training Programmes delivered internally and externally.

I have a lot of experience in education and been involved in various Business Information Systems projects. I am an active member of the BCS Business Intelligence group.

I joined Bloomsbury Institute as a lecturer in November 2012 and have been involved in the teaching of a variety of Pearson HND and University of Northampton degree modules.


I specialise in Business Information Systems with an interest in Decision Support Systems within the context of managerial decision making. This currently extends to the effective use of Business Intelligence products and Digital Marketing.

Apart from being an academic, I am also a musician and very passionate about events management.

Qualifications, Affiliations and Memberships

  • MSc. Business Information Systems
  • MBCS (Member of the British Computer Society)
  • MCMI (Member of the Chartered Management Institute)
  • FHEA (Fellow of The Higher Education Academy
  • Certified Prince2 ® (2017) Professional