Leda Jeliazkova

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Lecturer (EAP)

I am responsible for designing, embedding and delivering discipline-specific EAP provision in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Currently, I am also working as a Digital Learning and Teaching Lead for the London campus, which involves organising training sessions and providing feedback on the implementation of Instructional Design and Storyboarding in programme modules.

Teaching and supervision

I teach the following courses and modules:





  • LUBM303 Business Analytics
  • LUBM304 Strategic Management in a Global Context
  • LUBM305 Creating and Managing Digital Systems
  • LUBM306 Work-Based Learning

  • Postgraduate

    • PGBM161 MBA Project
    • PGBM115 MSc International Business Management Dissertation


My research interests include theoretical and pedagogical practices in EAP and ESAP course design, genre-based approaches to material development, academic literacy instruction, and teacher education and training.

In recent projects, I have been embedding subject-specific EAP provision in degree programmes and adapting modules to online and hybrid teaching delivery. I am also interested in digital education, in particular, the use of Instructional Design and Storyboarding in creating and developing asynchronous and synchronous In-sessional ESAP support.

Last updated 16 November 2021