dr. A.C.M. de Gayardon de Fenoyl MSc (Ariane)

Assistant Professor

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Ariane de Gayardon is Assistant Professor of Higher Education Policy at the Center for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS), which is part of KiTeS - the Knowledge, Transformation & Society section in the Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences. Her research focuses on the financing of higher education internationally and its interaction with equity, including topics such as free higher education and student debt. She also works on topics related to internationalization and is the Assistant Editor for the Journal of Studies in International Education. She teaches a summer online courses entitled " Global Perspectives on Finance and Funding in Higher Education" for Boston College. Prior to her appointment at CHEPS, Ariane was Senior Research Associate at the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE), based at the UCL Institute of Education. She holds a PhD in higher education from Boston College, where she worked at the Center for International Higher Education (CIHE).


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de Gayardon, A. (2022). The state and ‘field’ of comparative higher education. Oxford review of education, 48(4), 439-456. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/03054985.2022.2060955
Callender, C. , & de Gayardon, A. (2021). Hidden Voices: Graduates’ Perspectives on the Student Loan System in England. (HEPI report; Vol. 145). Higher Education Policy Institute.
Leask, B. , & de Gayardon, A. (2021). Reimagining Internationalization for Society. Journal of studies in international education, 25(4), 323-329. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1177/10283153211033667
de Gayardon, A., Callender, C., & Desjardins, S. L. (2021). Does Student Loan Debt Structure Young People’s Housing Tenure? Evidence from England. Journal of Social Policy, 1-21. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1017/S004727942000077X
Callender, C., Deane, KC. , de Gayardon, A., & Desjardins, S. L. (2020). Student loan debt: Longer term implications for graduates in the United States and England. In C. Callender, W. Locke, & S. Marginson (Eds.), Changing Higher Education for a Changing World (pp. 101-116). Bloomsbury.

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