Faheem Hussain works as a Teacher Educator with the Secondary Teacher Education Programme (STEP), which is a collaboration between the UCL Institute of Education, SOAS University of London and The Institute of Ismaili Studies.

He leads the design and delivery of Learning and Teaching components of this international Master’s level teacher preparation initiative.

As an accredited ‘Programme Leader for the Cambridge International Certificate in Educational Leadership’ he has contributed towards various professional development initiatives for faculty and teachers. In 2019, he was awarded the Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (UK). Currently, he is a member of The Historical Association (UK) and the Association of University Lecturers in Religion and Education (UK). In his voluntary capacity, he works as Lead Faculty for the Global Encounters Camp that is an international youth initiative hosted by the Aga Khan Academy in Mombasa (Kenya).

Faheem holds a MA Education and MTeach (Masters of Teaching) from University College London, Institute of Education. In addition, he has an MA in International Relations as well as an MA in Political Sciences from the University of Karachi. His research interests include the influence of state policies on history and RE textbooks, online engagement in HE and sensory approaches to the study of past.