YEAR OF ENROLLMENT
Eleonora Erittu is PhD candidate at Scuola Normale Superiore, Florence, where she conducts her doctoral research about student mobility national policies in Australia, Germany and Italy. More in detail, Eleonora investigates the underlying dynamics in place at the national level process of policy-making, within and beyond the higher education sector. During the current year, Eleonora will conduct her fieldwork based at the Australian National University, Canberra, (2018) and at The German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies, Hannover, (2019).
Previously, Eleonora has been teaching assistant at the University of Bologna International Research BA (2017-2018), where she also worked as Tutor for Internationalization Activities (2013-2014). She gained professional and research experience as Erasmus Trainee at AFS Croatia (2013), at the IECOB Research Team for the Adriatic-Ionic Macro-Region (2014), at Pagella Politica (2013-2014) and at the Brussels-based European Social Observatory (2015-2016). Eleonora holds a BA in International and Diplomatic Sciences (2012) and an MA in Mass Media and Politics (2015), both received by the School of Political Sciences of the University of Bologna. She has been Erasmus student at the University of Ljubljana (2011-2012). Her interest in international mobility dates back to her first AFS exchange in Australia (2008).
RESEARCH INTERESTS/TOPIC OF PHD PROJECT
Public Policy, Higher Education, Academic Mobility