Dr Andrea Laczik

Andrea Laczik has a first degree in business administration from Budapest, Hungary. She studied for a M.Sc. in Educational Research methodology and completed an ESRC funded D.Phil in Comparative and International Education.

Both her post-graduate studies were at the Department of Education, University of Oxford. She also completed a Diploma in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education at the Learning Institute, University of Oxford.

Since 1996 she has worked on several EU funded Tempus Projects and collaborated with colleagues from Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia and the Ukraine. Most projects were concerned with teacher training and areas covered e.g. inclusive education, health education and social work in schools.

After finishing her D.Phil in 2005 Andrea worked at the Department of Education, University of Oxford as Research Officer/Project Manager on research projects concerning enterprise education, National Qualifications Framework and the 14-19 new Diploma qualification.

Andrea has been teaching at postgraduate level for many years. She has been a tutor for Foundation Research Methodology at Oxford, UK and taught at Debrecen, Hungary, and Perm, Russia. She has been giving seminars on the education systems of Hungary and Russia and their developments, and on Post-Communist countries in Transition. She also has been supervising post-graduate students.

Andrea is a Director and Honorary Secretary for the Developing Services for Teaching in Europe, the Oxford based charity.

At present Andrea works as a Research Fellow at the University of Warwick, Centre for Education and Industry.

Category

  • Department staff

Position

  • Lecturer in Higher Education

Subject area

  • MSc Education (Higher Education)

Research groups

  • Comparative and International Education
  • Higher Education
  • SKOPE