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Dr Victoria Jackson

Liverpool Business School

Faculty of Business and Law

Dr Victoria Jackson is the Programme Leader for the MSc Management programmes within Liverpool Business School. Victoria teaches on the MSc Management programmes and her teaching interests align to Research Methods and Strategic Management. In addition to her Programme Leadership and teaching responsibilities, Victoria is also research active in the areas of student experience and success, pedagogy and employability, with a particular interest in international student perspectives.


2013, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, PhD
2008, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom, Postgraduate Certificate in Research Methods for Business and Management
2003, Leeds Beckett University, United Kingdom, MA Business Studies
2002, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom, BSc Forensic Psychology

Academic appointments

Programme Leader, Liverpool Business School, Liverpool John Moores University, 2021 - present

Internet publication

Jackson V, Harrison R, Lui A. 2024. International student arrival: the impact of week -1 Publisher Url Public Url

Jackson V, Ong C, Kayas O. 2024. Introducing immersive virtual reality into an MSc Management programme Publisher Url Public Url

Fatokun B, Jackson V. 2023. “I’m an international student… get me out of here!” Cultivating a positive learning experience through additional study support and inclusive curriculum design. Publisher Url Public Url

Jackson V, Boswell F. 2023. Perceptions of Men's Mental Health in the Workplace: A Case Study of Construction Workers in North-West England Publisher Url Public Url

Jackson V, O'Brien V. 2021. Developing employability skills from an experiential learning residential. Publisher Url

Jackson V, Adcock N. 2016. English: The long view from A-Level to Graduation Publisher Url

Haj Youssef M, Jackson V, Houlden N. Is Cyber Security Being Taught Correctly? DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Houlden N, Jackson V, Haj Youssef M. Is cyber security being taught correctly?

Journal article

Jackson V, O'Brien V, Richards A. 2023. Investigating the impact of experiential learning on employability skill development and employment outcomes: a UK case study of MBA students from the Indian Subcontinent Journal of Education and Work, DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Belal H, Saha P, Talapatra S, Jackson V, Mason A, Durowoju O. 2023. Examining the Viability of Lean Production Practices in the Industry 4.0 era: An Empirical Evidence Based on B2B Garment Manufacturing Sector Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Belal HM, Saha P, Talapatra S, Jackson V. 2022. Unleashing the potential of the TQM and Industry 4.0 to achieve sustainability performance in the context of a developing country Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management, DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Jackson V. 2014. Free coffee and cake! A retention initiative to promote first year business school students’ social interaction with their peers and staff. UCLan Journal of Pedagogic Research, 5 Publisher Url Public Url

Jackson V. 2013. The use of a social networking site with pre-enrolled Business School students to enhance their first year experience at university, and in doing so, improve retention Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning, 14 :25-41 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Tariq VN, Jackson V. 2008. Biomathtutor: evaluation of a new multimedia e-learning resource to support mathematics in the biosciences International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 39 :1003-1021 DOI Publisher Url


Nguyen C, Tien H, Jackson V. 2023. Enhancing students' digital skills through promotion relationship between business and university to digital era integration Yearbook Scientific Seminar, 20th Anniversary of Establishment :7-20 Phu Xuan University Publishing House. Ho Chi Minh City Publisher Url Public Url

Jackson V, O'Brien V. 2021. Enhancing Indian MBA students’ employability through an experiential learning residential: an accessible and inclusive approach. Norton S, Dalrymple R. Employability: breaking the mould. A case study compendium :54-60 Advance HE 978-1-9163593-4-5 Publisher Url Public Url

Media Coverage:

LJMU - Corporate Communications 'LJMU leading the way in the use of VR in business education' 2024

Editorial boards:

Postgraduate Journal of Management Research, Member of the Editorial Team, 2023

Other Professional Activity:

Liverpool Business School case study written by Selby, M., Wall, T. & Jackson, V, pp. 25 in Newman, T. & Gulliver, M. 2023. International Students’ Digital Experience. Phase one: a review of policy, academic literature and views from UK higher education. JISC Report Published 19 April 2023, available from: 2023

Conference presentation:

A call for responsible management and compassionate leadership for building a sustainable post-pandemic higher education system, British Academy of Management conference, Oral presentation. 2021

Responsible Management in university strategic plans: explicit, implied or omitted?, PRME Conference, Oral presentation. 2021

The roles of compassionate leadership and responsible management in building a sustainable post-pandemic Higher Education system, British Educational Leadership, Management & Administration Society (BELMAS) conference, Oral presentation. 2021

Enhancing Indian MBA students’ employability through an experiential and inclusive learning residential: A study on student self-development outside of the classroom, Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS) Annual Conference, Oral presentation. 2020

Gendered attitudes towards experiential learning on the MBA, Chartered Association of Business Schools) Learning, Teaching & Student Experience conference, Oral presentation. 2019

Accounting Students’ Perceptions of a new Professional Skills Development Module, British Accounting and Finance Association Annual Conference (BAFA), Oral presentation. 2015

Membership of professional bodies:

Annual Membership to the British Academy of Management, British Academy of Management, 2021

Research Grants Awarded:

Academy of Marketing, Investigating the use of a social networking site with pre-enrolled Business School students to enhance the first-year experience at university and to improve retention, Grant value (£): 1865.00, Duration of research project: 1 year. 2012