Nadim Choudhury

Nadim Choudhury

Lecturer and Head of Careers & Employability

Nadim is a fully qualified and accredited career coach and academic. He has over 20 years' experience in the UK higher education sector and has trained in person-centred, psychodynamic, and solutions-focused coaching techniques.

With his experience of coaching 1000-plus undergraduates, postgraduates, professionals and executives at some of the world’s leading business schools, Nadim can help individuals develop their career, find meaning in their professional identity and achieve success.

In his current role as Head of Careers and Employability and Lecturer at The London Institute of Banking & Finance, Nadim is leading the development of the careers department and enhancing student development. He is also a lecturer on BSc Banking & Finance degrees.

In addition to his roles at LIBF, Nadim is also an external examiner for the University of Dundee, where he contributes his analytical skills to the institution.


Leadership, project management, teaching, business planning, student advice, and growing and managing an extensive network of contacts with global recruiters. His areas of expertise include organisational psychology, career coaching, recruitment, business development, key account management, project management, strategy, marketing, sales, online marketing, event management, financial services, consulting, marketing, international business.


  • London Business School: Marketing & Alumni Careers Manager
  • Hult Business School: Careers & Alumni Manager, Lecturer
  • Grenoble Graduate School of Business: Msc MBA/Careers lead
  • Global University Systems: Director of Career Services & Employability



Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education, Oxford Brookes: 2018–19

MSc, Career Management & Coaching, Organisational Psychology, Birkbeck College, University of London, 2014–16

BA (Hons), Economics, University of Manchester: 2000–03


Nadim regularly commentates on graduate and executive employability issues for UK press and media and has contributed to The Guardian, The Independent, and Daily Telegraph.