Educated at the University of St Andrews and the University of London, Caroline gained a doctorate in History in 2016 and achieved Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy. She has worked as a university lecturer since then, is a published academic, and has taught at various British institutions including QMUL, UCL, the University of Westminster, and the University of Birmingham.
Caroline has strong links with US academe, has worked for the Institute for Study Abroad, and is able to advise on university study in the US or Education Abroad in the UK. She has also spent time working in university careers services and as a placements officer for student internships. She has taught widely across a variety of Arts, Humanities, and Management courses at BA through to PhD level and achieved international recognition for her research on pedagogical practice.
Caroline offers UCAS application support sessions, practice interviews, introductory ‘taster’ sessions to prepare school students for university-level courses, support for students during their degrees, advice on internships and placements, and help with university assignments and dissertations.
Caroline uses her extensive experience and expertise to offer support tailored to each client’s individual needs. She helps students gain entry to some of the most prestigious institutions in the UK and US and ensures they achieve the best possible grades in the course of their higher education studies.
Areas of Expertise
- UCAS and interview preparation
- Undergraduate and postgraduate dissertation support
- Arts, Humanities and Management courses from BA to PhD
- Visiting lecturer in Arts and Humanities – University of Westminster
- Visiting Lecturer for UG and PG courses – Queen Mary, University of London
- SEN support for students with dyslexia, dyspraxia, Asperger’s, ADHD, and epilepsy
- PhD ‘Engaging Nuns’ – University of Westminster
- MPhil History with Politics (AHRC) – Queen Mary, University of London
- MA (Hons.) History with Distinction – University of St. Andrews