Economics, Business and Computing
Courses offered at A level:
Accounting, Business Studies, Economics, Computing
Courses offered at GCSE level:
Accounting, Business Studies, Computing
Over recent years the Business subjects have grown in popularity. They are used to gain entry to degree courses in Business Management, Economics, Finance and Banking and other, more
The key to doing well in these subjects is being taught by people with a first-hand knowledge and experience of the business world, as well as a thorough theoretical background. However, frequent testing is also essential – some tests are based on Radio and TV programmes like “The Bottom Line” and even “Dragon’s Den”.
Mark Harris (BA)
Business Studies, Economics
Mark Harris graduated from Manchester University and then did a year’s postgraduate research at University College, London and a short spell as a theatre manager. He joined an established London tutorial college in 1982 to teach Chemistry and Economics, subsequently being promoted to Vice Principal of the college. In 1991 he went to a leading college in Cambridge to introduce an Easter Revision Programme, before returning to London to join forces with Claire and realise their dream of building a unique London tutorial college. Apart from the organisation of the College, Mark mainly tutors Chemistry and Economics. His personal interests include opera, growing vegetables organically on his allotment and classic car restoration.
Tunde Tinubu (MBA)
Accounting, Business Studies
Tunde has taught Accounting and Business at Campbell Harris for the past 10 years. As a qualified Accountant with an MBA from Cranfield, he feels ideally suited to teach both subjects. He has started and run his own business and is acutely aware of the potential pitfalls that can cause a business to fail. He can still remember how confusing Accounting sounded when he started his studies and can empathise with those wish to follow the same path. His claim to fame is that he was a mascot for the opening World Cup parade in the year England actually won it.