Sebastian Schneider is a research assistant and doctoral candidate at the Chair of Economics and Business Education of the University of Cologne. His main research lies within the field of Technical Vocational Education and Training in India. His graduate thesis focuses on the Indian TVET system in terms of significance and examines Polytechnic schools.
His participation on several research projects led him to India multiple times, including trips to the north-eastern state Meghalaya, examining the educational needs of the rural region and its population.
In academic teaching, Mr. Schneider imparts knowledge on international vocational education.
Sebastian Schneider graduated in the field of Business Administration (B.A.) in Regensburg and achieved a Master’s degree in Business Education (M.Sc.) at the University of Cologne.