Mike is the Deputy Dean of TEDI-London – an innovative new provider with a real-life project-based approach to engineering higher education. He has strategic and operational responsibility for the design, development and implementation of TEDI-London’s academic programme as well as the student journey. He is also President of the Engineering Professors’ Council (EPC), the representative organisation of UK engineering academics. Mike plays a leading role in the New Approaches to Engineering Higher Education programme formed by the EPC and the Institution of Engineering Technology. He also led on a high profile policy paper for successful engineering degree apprenticeships. Mike was previously Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean of Science, Engineering and Computing at Kingston University, where he led the revitalising of learning and teaching across engineering, computer science and mathematics – focussing on ‘learning through doing’. Prior to this, as Head of the School of Chemical Engineering and AnalyticaI Science at the University of Manchester, he attained and sustained global top 25 status (QS World Rankings). He also led on establishing strategic collaborative partnerships with industry, as well as establishing a UK-wide academic chemical engineering community.