Professor Christine Ennew

Pro Vice-Chancellor Internationalisation & Europe, University of Nottingham

Christine Ennew is Pro Vice Chancellor at the University of Nottingham where she has responsibility for Internationalisation and the Faculty of Science. She was formerly Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Law and Education and is also Professor of Marketing in the Business School. She was Academic Director of the Division of Business and Management at the University of Nottingham in Malaysia during its start-up phase (2000-01), and the Director of the Christel DeHaan Tourism and Travel Research Institute. She is also a member of the Academic Senate of U21Global, the Advisory Board of the Financial Services Forum and the Advisory Board of the Observatory on Borderless Higher Education.

Christine graduated from Cambridge University and completed her PhD at Nottingham, where today she manages the University's ambitious international strategy, which has attracted students and academic staff from almost 150 nations to research and teaching campuses in both Britain and Asia.

Her research interests lie in the area of services marketing and specifically financial services and tourism, where she has focused particularly on service quality and delivery, loyalty and retention and service failure and recovery. She has published some 90 articles in refereed journals, presented over 60 refereed conference papers and produced 4 books.