Meet Our Directors
Mr. Mohammad Walid Hossain
Position: Founder & Director of Global Operations
Mr Mohammad Walid Hossain is the founder and Director of BWBS Education consultants. He has over 10 years of experience in the education industry where his main role was business development, building new partnerships, branding, acquisition, strategic market development & growth, and quality control. He also worked for various companies as a business development manager with over ten years of experience in the corporate service industry and business consultancy industry. He achieved Masters in Business Administration from Liverpool John Moors University, UK. After 20 years of experience and progression, he decided to pursue business development to help the business advancement and economic growth of BWBS. He also has an array of qualities that qualify him for this position. He has an excellent interpersonal and communication abilities, business knowledge & intelligence, project management ability, computer literacy, cost management, financial management, business analysis and the ability to research and strategise.
Mr. Bashir Ahmed
Position: Founder & Director of Global Admissions & Compliance
Mr Bashir Ahmed is the Founding Director of BWBS Education Consultants and has 10+ years of work experience in the international student recruitment industry.
He also has 5+ years experience of working as consultant lecturer of professional accountancy and Business courses across a range of UK further education institutions. He earned his MBA in Business Management from Liverpool John Moores University UK and BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting from Oxford Brookes University UK. He also has 8+ years experience of working as an Accountant.
Bashir is a British Council Certified Counsellor. He has been invited by British council to provide networking and learning opportunities as a mentor for new agents who need support with their education agency/consultancy business. He has always been committed to offer personalised and interactive development opportunities for the sector. He highly supports British Council’s plans to bring together education agents to share information on best practice, new initiatives and innovative approaches to overcoming the collective challenges the sector faces.