Julius Ejechi - Academic Staff

Email:  Julius.ejechi2@qa.com

Job Title: Lecturer in Accounting and Finance

Qualifications: MSc Finance

Subject(s) taught:       

  • AAT Courses (L2, L3, L4)
  • Accounting for Organisations (L4)
  • Accounting Foundation Project (L3)
  • Advanced Financial Accounting (L6)
  • Advanced Management Accounting (L6)
  • Applied Financial Accounting (L5)
  • Business Analytics (L5)
  • Business Decision Making (L3)
  • Business Economics (L4)
  • Business in a Global Context L4
  • Corporate Responsibility & Ethics (L4)
  • Data Analysis for Management (L7)
  • Enterprise Risk Management L6, L7
  • Entrepreneurial Finance (L6, L7)
  • Financial Concepts of Business (L4)
  • Financial Performance Management (L7)
  • Financial Strategy (L6)
  • Fundamentals of Business Mathematics (L3)
  • Global Business Environment (L4)
  • International Finance (L7)
  • Introduction to Accounting and Finance (L4)
  • Introduction to Business Analytics (L4)
  • Introduction to Financial Management (L5)
  • Management Accounting (L4, L7)
  • Marketing Principles and Management (L4)
  • Mathematics and Algorithms (L4)
  • Operational Mathematics – Business (L3)
  • Operational Mathematics – Computing (L3)
  • Operations Management (L4)
  • Problem Solving and Data Analysis (L3)


Julius Ejechi is a Lecturer in Accounting and Finance. He is a Fellow (Academic) of Association of International Accountants and a member of the British Accounting and Finance Association. He holds an MSc degree with a Distinction in Finance from Coventry University. He is currently a doctoral student and a Visiting Teaching Fellow in the School of Finance and Management at SOAS University of London.

His previous roles include Lecturer in Accounting and Finance and Programme Leader BSc Finance and Accounting at University College Birmingham, Lecturer in Accountancy and Functional Mathematics at QA Higher Education, and Lecturer in Accountancy and Mathematics and Programme Coordinator AAT Courses at Walsall College. Julius has taught undergraduate and postgraduate modules in accounting, finance, business, mathematics, and risk; taught professional accounting modules; and supervised undergraduate and master’s dissertations.

His research interest includes accounting for climate-related risks; the impact of fintech on business financing, economic growth, and financial inclusion; the economic impact of further education colleges, universities, and alternative higher education providers; and valuation and tax modelling of oil and gas assets and renewable energy investments.

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