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Dr Susanne Wiborg
UCL Institute of Education, University College London
20 Bedford Way
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  • Reader in Education
  • IOE - Education, Practice & Society
  • UCL Institute of Education

Personal country knowledge
  • Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Germany, France and the UK

Languages spoken
  • English, Danish, German.

Research Summary

Dr Susanne Wiborg is Reader in Education at UCL Institute of Education and member of the LLAKES centre. Wiborg specialises in comparative politics of education and has written extensively on policy and politics of secondary education in Europe and Scandinavia. She is the author of Education and Social Integration: Comprehensive Schooling in Europe, Palgrave MacMillan, 2009, and (together with Terry M. Moe, Stanford University) The Comparative Politics of Education: Teacher Unions and Education Systems Around the World.  Cambridge University Press, 2017. She has received considerable scientific and media impact of her research in The Guardian, The Times, Financial Times, Newsweek, Prospect, BBC, CNN, etc. She is also leader of the MA in Comparative Education at UCL and supervises doctoral students in the field of comparative politics of education.

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