Agustina Marques Hill
Agustina is a PhD student at the Freie Universität and a guest in the WZB in the AAM with a research grant from the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD). Her research focuses in School to Work transitions in a comparative perspective with developed and developing economies. Her research interests include Education, Labour Market, Inequality, Social Demography and Quantitative Methodology.
2014-2018 Master in Sociology, University of the Republic, Uruguay
Mention: Research Methods
Dissertation: “Between inclusion and divergence. Vocational Education in the Higher Education System in Uruguay 2000- 2015”
2009-2013 Bachelor in Sociology, University of the Republic, Uruguay
Dissertation: "the articulation between agricultural production and the educational offer. A vision from the most dynamic sectors"
2020 Research fellow for small project “Literature revision and operationalization on the concept of Good Work” in the President’s Research Group at the Berlin Social Science Center WZB (September to February).
2018- 2019 Research assistant in project "Persistence and graduation in Higher Education between 2005 and 2018. Impacts of the decentralization of UDELAR: Northeast, East and Montevideo regions" funded by the Research Project for the Improvement of the Quality of University Teaching (PIMCEU- CSE-UDELAR). Department of Sociology, University of the Republic.
2018-2019 Research assistant in project "Profile of freshmen, points of bifurcation in the trajectory and disaffiliation in the entrance to the university. A comparative case study in four universities in Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay" funded by the Nucleus of Studies and Research in Higher Education of MERCOSUR (NEIES). Department of Sociology, University of the Republic
2015-2018. Research assistant in the Academic Unit of the Decentralization Unit of the University of the Republic. In charge of students´ and careers´ reports.
2014. Research Assistant in the project "Follow-up project for students who took PISA assessments in 2009 for longitudinal database (PISA-L 2009)". Department of Sociology, University of the Republic.