Fayyaz Qureshi

Fayyaz Qureshi
Oxford Business College · Research

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July 2020 - present
Oxford Business College
Position
  • Director of Research and Quality Assurance

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Publications (30)
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The non-traditional experience for mature students can sometimes be challenging as they connect to the college/university later in life. A new avenue for career growth achieved through higher education can be advantageous for those at a career transition phase. The present research aimed to study the academic intrinsic motivation and learning engag...
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The outbreak of covid-19 generated a vast disruption in the whole workflow mechanism in higher education institutions (HEIs). Nevertheless, on the contrary, the possibilities of positively reforming the teaching and learning process can be witnessed simultaneously, along with a renewed outlook and growth within the higher education (HE) system. Cor...
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The concept of publishing research has been a dominant credo in academia, especially in public higher education institutions. The role of research in higher education institutions is significant for sustainability, development, and reputation, but unfortunately, it is lacking in private higher education institutions in the UK. Conducting research a...
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The primary purpose of this study is to analyse students' opinions on the effects of online education during the pandemic on students' well-being. The unprecedented world scenario that the students have been dealing with may delineate their academic performances and state of well-being to a great extent and subsequently make it a substantial challe...
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The study's primary purpose was to explore the differences between mature male and female students based on extroversion and introversion personality types studying an undergraduate business programme in a private higher education institution in the UK. The Big Five Inventory-BFI (a short form with 10 items), BFI-10, was used to collect data from a...
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This study aims to examine the role of social and emotional competencies for effective leadership in private higher education. We examined the impact of personality, self-confidence, and emotional intelligence (EI) on academic leadership in private higher education institutions. The five-factor model of normal personality as indexed by the Mini-Int...
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The primary purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of two crucial components-admission and induction processes concerning student satisfaction in private higher education. The significance of addressing students' learning and support needs in higher education is rising and changing, the focus is on their satisfaction, and it has be...
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It is a sub-brand of Oxford Business College related to student support services. Oxford Personal and Academic Student Support-OxPASS
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Huntington's disease (HD) is an incurable lethal inherited neurological disorder of brain cells caused by increased CAG repeats in the huntingtin gene. It is the disease of mind and body which causes uncontrolled movements, loss of intellectual faculties, and emotional disturbance leading to eventual death. HD is incurable, but treatment is availab...
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This research examined the relationship between emotional intelligence and coping, disinhibition and aggression. Additionally, coping was examined as a potential mediator of the relationship between emotional intelligence, disinhibition and aggression. Participants consisted of 563 students (186 men, 377 women) from various private colleges and fac...
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This paper analyses the role and significance of the endowments for the UK higher education system. We have systematised the metrics commonly used to measure the performance of the academic endowments. To collect the data about universities and colleges, we exploited the data provided by the HESA (Higher Education Statistics Agency) that collect an...
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Academic procrastination is one of the main problems in the private higher education sector associated with a high rate of abandonment of higher education and delays in fulfilling student obligations. In an effort to detect some of the personal predictors of this phenomenon, we examined associations between personality traits, psychological distres...
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The primary purpose of this study is to provide a conceptual framework for „student satisfaction‟ in order to understand and conceptualise the key aspects of the term. Satisfaction is a vague construct, and there is currently a lack of consensus on how best to conceptualise the term, which leads to a lack of consensual definitions of customer satis...
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p>The main purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between The Dark Triad components (Machiavellianism, Narcissism, and Psychopathy), and perceptions of the different organisational justice dimensions (distributive, procedural, and interactional) among teaching staff in private higher education. The sample included 277 participants (1...
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p>The primary purpose of this study was to investigate relationships between aggression, empathy, and life satisfaction during the COVID-19 pandemic. The main aim was to analyse the contribution of empathy components (empathic concern, personal distress, perspective-taking, and fantasy) above reactive and proactive aggression in predicting life sat...
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The website of a college is becoming an important tool for students to gather information and make decisions about higher education. We studied how students utilized these websites, what sort of information they obtained from the institution's website, and recommendations were made to schools in order to assist them in improving their websites as "...
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Emotions play a significant role in our lives, influencing our ideas and behavior, along with reasoning, making an opinion, and developing an attitude. It has been observed that social networking activity might cause emotional and sentimental reactions. Lin and Utz used emotion self-reports to investigate the positive (joy) and negative (i.e., jeal...
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p>The primary purpose of this study was to investigate associations between attention impulsivity, motor impulsivity and non-planning impulsivity measured according to the Barratt Impulsiveness Scale-11 (BIS) and indicators of subjective well-being (SWB) measured by the Flourishing Scale (FS) and Personal Wellbeing Index (PWI) in students at select...
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In recent years, the newly emerging discipline of neuromarketing, which employs brain (emotions and behaviour) research in an organisational context, has grown in prominence in academic and practice literature. With the increasing growth of online teaching, COVID-19 left no option for higher education institutions to go online. As a result, student...
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p>The primary purpose of this study was to explore the relationship between openness to experience, creativity, creative behaviour, general creativity, and support for creative behaviour from academic staff (lecturers and professors) and by the environment among students in private higher education. The aim was to investigate the contribution of ge...
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OBJECTIVE One of the biggest challenges with online learning is a loss of attention and concentration, resulting in low academic success (Risiko et al. 2012). Therefore, the purpose of the study was to understand how motivation and learning performance can be enhanced using online classrooms
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While traditional market research methods are focused on surveys and group discussions, consumers' attitudes, the choices they make, and the behaviour they display are all driven by a complex set of factors, and much of what is happening takes place in the subconscious mind. Learning that a stimulus engages in a positive way and that memory formati...
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While traditional market research methods are focused on surveys and group discussions, consumers’ attitudes, the choices they make, and the behavior they display are all driven by a complex set of factors, and much of what is happening takes place in the subconscious mind. Learning that a stimulus engages in a positive way and that memory formatio...
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p>The outbreak of COVID-19 caused severe disruption to most sectors of the global economy, creating a spectre of fear, anxiety and uncertainty. The education sector has been one of the worst affected by the pandemic. The education sector is one of the heavily affected sectors. The pandemic forced educational institutions worldwide to close, cancel...
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This paper aims to analyse the economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on ethnic minorities. The focus is on ethnic minorities in London, particularly before and during the Covid-19 pandemic. We investigated the discriminatory practices towards ethnic minorities in the economic downturn caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. These are primarily related...
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The COVID-19 outbreak has become a serious disruption to various sectors. A consequential chain of fear, anxiety and uncertainties became part of every managerial concern. The education sector is one of the heavily affected sectors. The pandemic forced educational institutions worldwide to close, cancel classes and shift towards remote working and...
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p>Economic policies encouraging private ownership (liberalisation, privatisation and marketisation) have allowed Private Higher Education Institutions (PrHEIs) to proliferate in most parts of the world, particularly since the 1990s. The number of private colleges and universities continues to grow in most countries at a remarkable rate, partly refl...
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p>The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted every aspect of human life. It has disrupted people’s lifestyles around the world and international students are no exception. Every industry has been affected, including higher education (HE); for the first time ever in the HE sector, learning and teaching adopted online platforms to deliver the curriculum. At...
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The online teaching accelerated at an unprecedented pace in the wake of the physical closure of educational institutions in the United Kingdom on 23 March 2020 due to the COVID-19 crisis. This study is based on a survey of mature undergraduate students in private higher education institutes in the South of England and their experience with online t...

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About the study: While the Oxford Business College (UK) quickly and smoothly transitioned to online classrooms during the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the biggest issues was for teachers to capture students’ attention and their mental and emotional reaction to the material being presented. One of the challenges with online learning is loss of attention and concentration, resulting in low academic success. In order to understand how motivation and learning performance can be enhanced using online classrooms, the Institute for Neuromarketing (Croatia), has conducted a large neuromarketing research study lasting 5 days with 2000 Oxford's students. Out of this 2000 students, a sample of 297 OBC students (both genders, 18-50), who study at various Modules and cover Level 3 and Level 4 met the technical requirements (participated in the research via computers and not mobile phones, watched the video until the end, and controlled for excessive head movement ). For better accuracy, students were randomly assigned to either look at the 90-sec video (n=142) with professor talking or the 10-minute video (n=155) where professor shared his screen with the content but kept his camera on in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. The professors in the videos were different. This was done to ensure that research mimics real life as students have various teachers per module, and to avoid quality calibration and good results after the first video, and student fatigue and/or poor responsiveness when watching the second video. After receiving a participation link with the online-lecture, participants were also given a set of images with instructions to meet technical requirements before starting the eye calibration. The whole research will be published soon in peer-reviewed Journal.