My name is Rajab Omar. I'm a research fellow at Nottingham University. Arabic is my native language but I speak English fluently and I also speak a bit of Italian. I completed the B.Sc degree in chemical engineering from Al-Zawia University,Libya. I received the M.Sc in Chemical Engineering from the University of Nottingham,UK in 2011. I have accomplished my PhD in Chemical Engineering at the university of Nottingham in May 2017.
I enjoy various types of sport such as football and swimming. I enjoy travelling and have been privileged to visit many beautiful countries
I have a good range of teaching experience gained over the past years and I am particularly familiar with working as a lecturer or tutor. This has included my role as a foundation year lecture at The University of Zawia.
I worked as a private tutor for A-level students and as a demonstrator/tutor for university students, as a result I managed to develop the skills required to support and prepare young adults to their science degree.
I have worked as a lab demonstrator and tutor for year one to year three students in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering in Nottingham University.
I worked as tutor of Aspen HYSYS for undergraduates at the university of Nottingham.
I’ve been involved in the supervision of MEng students for their design projects.
As a tutor I think of myself as a coach. In other words I always encourage my pupils to do their own work with the required support they need. I usually build on the knowledge she/he already has. My tutoring session involves questions and practical examples. Tutees are thought the to apply their knowledge to new problems.
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|The University of Nottingham||2017||Doctorate||PhD in Chemical Engineering|
|The University of Nottingham||2011||Masters||MSc in Chemical Engineering|
|The University of Zawia||2006||Bachelors||BSc. in Chemical Engineering|