Andre Celeti is an Academic at TEAM University. He received his MPhil in International and Comparative Education from the University of Oslo, Norway in 2014. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the University of Trento, Italy in 2010. His research interests include Sociology of Education, Youth Education, Education and Social Justice and Higher Education. Throughout his career Andre has worked with education and international development, qualitative research and higher education. He has consulted for International Organizations such as the Norwegian Refugee Council. As an academic Andre Celeti has worked with curriculum development and as Deputy Dean on Teaching has focused on Teachers’ continuous professional development.
MPhil, University of Oslo, Norway, 2014, International and Comparative Education
Bachelor Degree, University of Trento, Italy, 2010, Philosophy
International projects and engagement
Evaluation of Norwegian Refugee Council’s youth programming in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Celeti, A., Nurmanova, R. and Gavalyan, N., 2019. Going Beyond the Local: Exploring the Role of Transnational Higher Education in Shaping Students’ Life Trajectories in Uzbekistan. Silk Road: A Journal of Eurasian Development, 1(1), pp.23–38. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16997/srjed.3
Celeti, A., 2015. Education or Debt Bondage: Is Social Change Possible for the Arunthathiyar in Salem, Tamil Nadu? Journal of Education & Social Policy Vol.2, No. 3
Celeti, A., 2014 Youth Education Pack DR Congo: An Evaluation Study. Norwegian Refugee Counci