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Dr Muhammad Rafique

Bcom (University of Karachi), MRes (Manchester Metropolitan University), MA (Oxford Brookes), DCM (Oxford Brookes)
Assistant Professor in Accounting (Teaching Focus)

Division: Accounting
Tel: +44 (0) 115 9515265
Location: B27 (Si Yuan Building, Jubilee Campus)

Muhammad Rafique is Assistant Professor in Accounting (Teaching Focus). His teaching focuses on Financial Accounting, Reporting and Auditing subjects. Muhammad joined the Business School in 2012. Previously he has provided accountancy, audit and consultancy services in both the public and private sectors.

Areas of Expertise
The role of coaching and mentoring in post merger staff integration

Administrative Roles
Director of MSc Accounting & Finance
Assessment Tutor (BSc Accountancy)

School Committee Memberships
Health and Safety Committee
I am responsible for teaching at various levels in the business school, and I am committed to providing a stimulating environment to encourage and enable all my students to actively engage with current debates about social and ethical issues in organizations.

Muhammad is module convenor of the following modules:


Assurance (BUSI1026)
Auditing, Governance and Scandals (BUSI3055)
Auditing, Governance and Scandals (BUSI3103)


International Accounting (BUSI4317)
International Accounting (BUSI4196)
Principles of Accounting (BUSI4470)

Details of all modules can be found on MyNottingham

Artificial Intelligence in Corporate Governance; Use of Artificial Intelligence in accountancy and auditing; The impact of disruptive technologies on accounting and auditing practices; Transformational changes in larger organisations.

Muhammad is currently supervising the following Research Students:

Mohammad Alaskar

Recent Publications

Journal Articles

Rafique, M. (2019), "The Role of Mentoring in Transformational Change in Housing Association Mergers", International Journal of Management and Applied Research, Vol.6 (3), pp.97-115.

Rafique, M. (2014), "Second generation South Asian businesspersons in the UK start-Ups, Social connectedness, family influence and co-ethics professionals", International Journal of Management and Applied Research, Vol.1(2), pp. 68-75.

Rafique, M.; Kane, K.; Ababneh, H. (2014), "Second Genreration South Asian Business Persons in the UK Starts-uip, Social Connectedness, Family Influence and Co-Ethic Professionals", International Journal of Management and Applied Research, Vol.1, pp. 67-74.



Nottingham University Business School

Jubilee Campus

telephone: +44 (0) 115 846 6602