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Mohammed Sabsabi

Western Sydney University The College

Mohammed Sabsabi is a sessional academic teacher and lecturer within Arts and business faculties in the higher education sector in Australia. His roles have primarily involved teaching first year alterative entry university students enrolled in courses which have embedded within them structured academic support and pastoral care programs. Mohammed has held a variety of other roles within the higher education sector including curriculum writer, academic advisor, careers facilitator, academic skills workshop facilitator as well as serving as a committee member on a project designed to improve student engagement and progression outcomes. Additionally, Mohammed teaches business courses in the vocational education and training industry. Mohammed’s work in the university pathway sector inspired a Masters degree by research at The University of Sydney, the thesis of which was entitled ‘The Extent to Which a Higher Education Pathways Program (HEPP) Prepares Students for University: An Investigation of Promises, Perceptions and Practices.’


Open Access Journal
ISSN 2205-0795