Ebrahim Mohamed takes over helm at Climate-KIC’s education programme

Ebrahim Mohamed, an entrepreneurship education specialist, has taken over the helm at Climate-KIC’s education programme from Richard Templer, who will now drive the development of Climate-KIC’s UK activities.

Ebrahim, who was previously involved as Education Lead for Climate-KIC’s UK centre, has stepped down from his position as Director of the Imperial College Executive MBA Programme to fully focus on his new role.

“I’m looking forward to further advance Climate-KIC’s education, skills and training programme,” said Ebrahim, who says he hopes to “fuel the innovation and entrepreneurial pipeline” with the knowledge and skills of the Climate-KIC community.

“We will be creating new pedagogic models and will use state of the art educational technology in this initiative,” he said.

Entrepreneurship education

Ebrahim, who was awarded this year’s Graduate School Director’s Award for Professional Skills Training by Imperial College, is a specialist educator in the field of entrepreneurship education and will help spearhead Climate-KIC’s reputation in technology entrepreneurship and innovation in Europe.

Ebrahim is a principal teaching fellow and faculty member at Climate-KIC partner Imperial College London’s Finance & Accounting department and Imperial Entrepreneurship Hub.

He is a graduate of the London School of Economics. Ebrahim does teaching, research and consulting in the area of accounting, finance, innovation, entrepreneurship and education.

Ebrahim has been at Imperial College since 1992 and has worked on a number of graduate programmes and led significant innovation initiatives in education. He has held visiting lectureships for the London School of Economics, City University, London Business School and Queen Mary University of London.

He is an accredited examiner of the University of London external programme and a fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA).