Iyad Abualrub is a PhD research fellow at the Department of Educational Research in the Faculty of Education, University of Oslo. He received his MPhil degree in Higher Education from the same department in 2009. After finishing his MPhil degree in Higher Education at UiO, he worked as a consultant in external relations and academic cooperation at the President’s office of Birzeit University. He has also worked as assistant researcher with a UK charity, the Qattan Foundation, at its center for educational research and development (QCERD).
Aimee Haley graduated with the 2011 class of the European Master of Higher Education (HEEM) program at the University of Oslo. Before beginning the program, Aimee worked in university administration at a distance learning department in an American university. She has a bachelor degree in sociology from Washington State University and a first master degree in educational leadership and policy from the University of Utah.
says Romulo Teixera Pinheiro (32), commenting upon his experiences as a student in the Master’s Programme of Higher Education. Romulo is now in his third semester and will be graduating in spring 2005. – It’s a personal journey, going through the different phases of the programme. The “holistic” approach often makes you wonder about what will be the next step.
When Patrick graduated form the Master programme in Higher Education he took a break doing odd jobs in a ski town for 7 months. Now he is back in the academic world working as a research and planning analyst at the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission. In addition, he is doing a PhD at the Institute of Higher Education at the University of Georgia, which he started in 2008.