Dr Funbi Adesina is a senior lecturer in Accounting. She holds EdD, an MSc in Business and Management, and a Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP), all from Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU). Funbi also holds a BTech (Hons) in Accounting from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Nigeria. Before joining CCCU, Funbi has worked in the private and not-for-profit sectors with significant roles in accounting, finance, management, leadership, and administration. She is a Fellow of Higher Education Academy (HEA), a member of the British Education Research Association (BERA), Society for Research into Higher Education, and Society for Business Ethics. Her research interests and expertise are in education, stewardship, business leadership & management, accounting, ethics, values, learning & teaching, and Information Technology.
Research and knowledge exchange
Adesina O A., ‘Investigating films as teaching tools for accounting and finance students’ self-awareness development.’ (current project).
Teaching and subject expertise
Teaching Experience and Expertise
Level 7 Postgraduate
Level 6 Undergraduate
Finance for Business
Level 5 Undergraduate
- Business Decision Making
- International Business
- Accounting for Business
- International Financial Reporting
- Management Accounting
Level 4 Undergraduate
- Introduction to Financial Accounting
- Introductory Accounting and Finance for Business
- Business Environment
- Contemporary Business Issues (The Professionals)
- Business Analysis
- Business and Enterprise
- Accounting and Finance
Adesina, O. A 2020. Exploring virtue ethical stewardship and transformative learning in a university's business leadership programmes. SRHE Online Webiner Presentation
Adesina, O. O. and Adesina, O. A. (2018) Managing group work: impact of peer assessment on student’s engagement. In: British Accounting and Finance Association Accounting Education Special Interest Group (SIG) Conference, 2th - 4th May 2018, Hilton Brighton Metropole.
Adesina, O. A 2018. Are personal academic values important in learning and teaching engagement with learners? in: 2nd Annual Learning and Teaching Conference – Faculty of Education, 12th January 2018, Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury.
Publications and research outputs
Adesina, O. O., Adesina, O. A., Afrifa, G. A. and Adelopo, I. (2022) Managing group work: the impact of peer assessment on student engagement. Accounting Education. doi.org/10.1080/09639284.2022.2034023