Teaching Opportunities

Kensington College of Business, the leading tuition provider for CGIUKI examinations, are currently looking for individuals to join our Part-time lecturing team to deliver evening online lectures. We provide training and support, including extensive teaching materials.

KCB are also interested in Part-time module leaders with experience of Post-graduate teaching and assessment to join the team for our new Masters degree programme in Governance.

If you are interested in a discussion, please get in touch and we can arrange a call.

Free Learning Resources

As a charity with the aim of supporting students within governance, KCB is pleased to provide a range of learning resources to support students in their preparation of the CGI qualifying examinations.
These are available on the website under student resources section and are free to all CGI students. We will continue to Publish more resources & We hope they are of support to you in your studies.

Congratulations Tutor Buff Cooper

Thank you to all CGIUKI students who have shared their recent examination results with us. Congratulations to all those who have been successful. We are delighted with the results that you have achieved and I know that you join us in thanking our tutors. Special thanks to our Development of Strategy tutor, Buff Cooper, whose students achieved a 100% pass rate, with 70% achieving a merit or distinction grade. WELL DONE BUFF!

Launch of new website

KCB has today launched its new website reflecting the range of exciting changes that KCB is making.

The aim of the new website is to provide CGI students with information to support them in their studies and provide a simple online booking and payment system. The website is fully integrated with KCB’s Learning Management System, providing students with seamless access to its range of learning resources.  Commenting on the new website, Neill McWilliams, CGI programme Leader said, “Our aim is to provide CGI students with the highest quality support and as an organisation that is increasingly providing our support online, the development of our new website is an integral step. We look forward to the continued development of our website and online presence with some further developments launching in the near future.” As part of the development of the new website, KCB has adopted a new logo and branding.

New Appointment

KCB has appointed Neill McWilliams, FCG to lead the organisation as it embarks on a new chapter in its development.

Neill is already well known to many KCB students, as a lecturer with an infectious passion, helping many students to pass their examinations. Commenting on the appointment, Ian Pirie, KCB Founder, said “Neill has had a relationship with the college going back to 1988, when he worked within the Education Department at CGI. This relationship has continued and developed over the years with Neill lecturing across various CGI courses, as well as working with us to develop our e-learning capability. We welcome Neill to the role and we are excited about the he contribution he can make”. Neill commented “The many students that I have lectured will know of my passion for supporting students in their CGI examinations. This new role provides the opportunity to build on our success and provide the highest level of support for CGI students globally”. Neill will continue to lecture the Corporate Governance module.

KCB Charity Status 

KCB is pleased to announce a change in its status to become a charity dedicated to the advancement of professionalism in corporate governance globally. 

The charitable foundation seeks to achieve this through Education and Research, providing the highest level of support for students qualifying for the CGI corporate governance qualifications and sponsoring individuals, organisations and academic institutions to undertake research that advances corporate governance professionalism. Commenting on the new status, Ian Pirie, KCB Founder, said “In considering the future of KCB, we saw the massive opportunity to contribute to the corporate governance sector, that this change in our status can make.” The first charitable initiatives will be announced soon.