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Alice Dias Lopes

Program Year: 
2012-2013
Fellow Type: 
Masters
Academic Degree: 
M.A. International Comparative Education
Previous Education: 
MA in International Comparative Education- Stanford University (2013)
BA in Social Science - Federal University of Minas Gerais (2012)

Alice graduated with a degree in Social Science from the Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG). During her time as an undergraduate student, Alice dedicated herself to research topics in social inequality and stratification. At Stanford, she examined which fields of study affirmative action students graduated in at the undergraduate level in public universities in Brazil. Currently, Alice is a PhD student in Education at the University of Edinburgh. Her research examines the effects of socioeconomic characteristics on the internationalisation of higher education and its consequences for educational inequality, through the analysis of the Science Without Borders Program. 

Research Interests: 
Social inequality
Higher education
Policy analysis
International mobility
Quantitative methods
Email: 
alice.dias.lopes@ed.ac.uk