European Integration Theories: "European Educational Policy"
Working Group Coordinator on Gender Issues
Foteini Asderaki is an Associate Professor at the Department of International and European Studies, University of Piraeus, Greece. Her research interests include European Integration Theories, European Governance, European Policies, Enlargement, European Educational Policy, Policies for Higher Education and Employabilty, Research and Development, Quality Assurance and Internationalization of Higher Education, New Technologies, SSN.
She holds a BA in Political Science and Public Administration, a MA in International and European Studies and a PhD with distinction in Political Sciences issued by the Department of Political Science and Public Administration of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Her Thesis, entitled as “The Formation of an International Regime: The European Higher Education Area” was awarded by the Hellenic University Association for European Studies in 2008 the Honorary Grant of the National Bank of Greece in memorial of Theodoros Karatzas. She also studied pedagogical science for a four year period.
Dr. Foteini Asderaki has been teaching at the undergraduate as well as at the postgraduate level at the Department of International and European Studies, University of Piraeus. Furthermore, she teaches at the postgraduate programme of the Pedagogical Department of Primary Education, as well as at the postgraduate programme of the Department of Communication and Mass Media, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She has published books and articles on European integration issues and in particular on European Educational Policy. She has also worked at the Ministry of Education (2002-2009) and she has been a member of several European and intergovernmental committees.
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