Reader in Comparative Higher Education, Cass School of Education and Communities, University of East London

Terri Kim (PhD London) is Reader in Comparative Higher Education at UEL, Honorary Senior Research Associate at the UCL Institute of Education, and a Principal Fellow of Higher Education Academy (PFHEA). She holds an MA and PhD from the UCL Institute of Education and previously she was a visiting scholar in International Relations at LSE; visiting scholar at the Collège de France in Paris, and Distinguished Visiting Scholar at Monash University in Melbourne. She is a co-convenor of the SRHE Policy Network; the Book Reviews Editor of Comparative Education; and a member of the Editorial Board of four major international journals: Comparative Education; Intercultural Education; British Journal of Educational Studies; and Policy Reviews in Higher Education. She has published one book and over 40 articles internationally in the field of comparative higher education. Her long-term (and ongoing) research has been on transnational academic mobility/migration, knowledge and identity capital. She is currently co-leading a Leadership Foundation for Higher Education (LFHE)-funded research project on 'Tracking the Impact of BME Leadership Development Programme' as a two-year longitudinal study. Many of her invited talks [so far 66 invitations - including 28 plenary/keynote lectures in 22 countries] and international publications have taken into account the future directions and strategic needs of Governments, international agencies, and policy think tanks – e.g. OECD, UNESCO-UNEVOC, EMN (European Migration Network), Academia Europaea, UKCGE (UK Council for Graduate Education), Public Policy Exchange, University World News, QS Aim, etc. Most recently, she chaired the Public Policy Exchange events (i) the Public Policy Exchange event on ‘Considering the Future of Higher Education in post-Brexit Britain:
Assessing Challenges and Opportunities’, 8 November 2017 ; and (ii) Overcoming Challenges for International Student Recruitment: Retaining the UK's Position as a Leading Destination held on 18th April 2018: .


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