Maia Chankseliani is Associate Professor of Comparative and International Education at the Department of Education and a Fellow of St Edmund Hall.
Maia’s primary area of expertise is post-secondary education – workforce development/employability, higher education access, adult education and training.
She has also been engaged with primary and secondary education-related projects on child labour in Ghana, public-private partnerships in Africa, teacher educators’ professional development in Pakistan, civic education in Georgia, creative partnerships in England, and gender equality in Mozambique. She has worked on issues of labour market research in Georgia and civil service modernization in Kazakhstan.
She played a key role in research on Developing and Understanding Vocational Excellence (DUVE). The research incorporates two overlapping studies focusing on young people who compete in international skills competitions.