Ms Angie Worwood

Job: Senior Lecturer

Faculty: Business and Law

School/department: Leicester Castle Business School

Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, LE1 9BH

T: 0116 255 1551




Personal profile

Angie became a lecturer in 2009. Joining De Montfort University full time in 2016, she was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2017 and appointed as a Transnational Educational Lead (TNE) 2020-2021 for the Faculty of the Business and Law. As a TNE lead, Angie gained significant experience in strategic planning at a faculty level and programme leadership on an international level. She has a proven ability to lead collaborative partnerships with other educational institutions and bodies with a high understanding of UK policy and best practice for taught student provision, particularly within TNE. 

As part of her TNE role, she was responsible for 3 programmes in Philippines, 3 programmes in Demark, 1 programme in India and 1 programme in UK. Angie has experience in leading on the successful validation of the Universities first collaborative partner bilingual programme – Executive Masters of Business Administration [EMBA]. Experience in overseeing the strategy and quality for the university collaborative partners, leveraging a consistent approach to relationship building, recognition and communication to generate continuously improving programme quality and performance. She was responsible for designing and delivering multiple collaborative partnerships training sessions, covering operational procedures, student satisfaction and moderation procedures. Angie played a key role in supporting the wider TNE department through curriculum mapping of multiple programmes spanning across Business Management and Enterprise department, in order to gain new collaborative partner contracts in Malaysia and Dubai. 

During her time at DMU, Angie has been responsible for the facilitation of multiple Business Enterprise modules, which includes performing the curriculum development, lectures and tutorials, moderation process, and motivating and encouraging students. A key success in curriculum development was her creation of the first Business and Law cross faculty module in Academic Development and Professional Practice, which enabled students to participate in local community-based activities; the module was then incorporated into to multiple collaborative partner programmes.

Research group affiliations

The Centre for Enterprise and Innovation (CEI)

Areas of teaching

Transnational Education Lead:

Daly College, India: Link Tutor and Programme lead: Management (Business Studies); Ba (Hons) Business Studies. 

SISFU, Philippines: Link Tutor and Programme Lead: Ba (Hons) Business Administration and Management; Ba (Hons) Business Administration; Ba (Hons) Business Entrepreneurship and Innovation; Ba (Hons) Business Accounting and Business Management. 

Niels Brock, Denmark: Link Tutor and Programme Lead: BA (Hons) Business Administration; Bsc Business Studies; Msc International Business and Management. 
De Montfort University: Programme Lead Bsc Business Management.

Module Leader:

  • ENTE3522 Perspective of Creative Leadership 
  • ENTE1203 Academic Development and Professional Practice 
  • ENTE2535 The Creative Art of Selling and Negotiation 
  • CORP1502 Understanding Business 
  • HRMG2205 People Management 
  • ECON 2549 European Business Issues

Courses taught

LCBS5058 Developing Enterprise 2021; LCBS5059 Professional Field Experience 2021; ENTE1521 An Introduction to Understanding Business 2013 – 2019; ENTE3506 Creative Management and Marketing 2017 – 2021.

Honours and awards

Certified Management and Business Educator (CMBE) Chartered Association of Business Schools

Membership of professional associations and societies

EEUK Associate