The CHEPS team
MSc Nadine Zeeman
CHEPS, University of Twente
P.O. Box 217
Enschede, the Netherlands
Born 04-11-1991, Blaricum (NL)
Working languages Dutch (native), English (very good)
Bachelor of Science European Studies, University of Twente, 2013
Master of Science European Studies, University of Twente, 2014
Main work experience
11/2014 – present Research associate, CHEPS, University of Twente, Netherlands
Areas of expertise
Transparency tools (classifications and rankings)
Student assistants coordination
Nadine Zeeman graduated in 2014 from the University of Twente where she followed a one-year Masters in European Studies at the Faculty of Management and Governance. Before that Nadine did a Bachelor of Science in European Studies at the University of Twente at the Faculty of Management and Governance (2010-2013).
During her Bachelor and Master studies, Nadine has focused on sustainable welfare states, post-familialism and labour market participation of female migrants. Her Bachelor thesis was a cross-sectional quantitative study comparing the social-political environments of EU member states and their effect on total fertility rates. In her Master thesis, she has studied the sociocultural background of female migrants to find out whether this determines their employment status. Before finishing her Master thesis, Nadine worked as a student assistant at CHEPS. She has been responsible for the literature review for an introductory study into external quality assurance in four higher education systems.
Personal website http://nl.linkedin.com/in/nadinezeeman/
Major recent achievements and publications
U-Map: Towards a European classification of higher education institutions
U-Multirank: Multidimensional ranking of higher education institutions
Westerheijden, Don F., Kolster, Renze, & Zeeman, Nadine. (2014). Voor niets gaat de zon 3.0 op: Kwaliteitszorg- en accreditatiestelsels in enkele buitenlandse hogeronderwijssystemen en hun administratieve lasten. Enschede: CHEPS, Universiteit Twente.
Zeeman, N. (2014). Master dissertation accomplished at University of Twente (Dr. Ann Morissens): Female Migrant’s Employment in the EU - Sustainable Welfare States, Sociocultural Backgrounds and Female Migrants’ Employment Status.
Zeeman, N. (2014). Bachelor dissertation accomplished at University of Twente (Dr. Minna van Gerven). Post-Familialism and Social-Political Environments - Low Total Fertility Rates and Values in the European Union.