Greta Kirdulytė

Greta has joined PPMI in the fall of 2017. Her main research interests and work at PPMI focus on higher education, research and innovation, education and training for employment. Greta has experience with applying various data collection methods, including desk research, interviews, surveys, case studies, interpreting the overall findings of research projects and drafting reports, including conclusions and recommendations. Prior to joining PPMI she gained experience in the European Commission, NATO ENSEC COE, Transparency International, and UNICEF while engaging in a broad variety of research activities, assisting in evaluation and monitoring tasks, and coordinating an international event. Greta has an educational background in social sciences gained during BSc studies in Politics with International Relations at Aston University, and MA studies in International Security at the University of Bath.



  • MA International Security, University of Bath, United Kingdom, 2013
  • BSc Politics with International Relations, Aston University, United Kingdom, 2012


Selected projects

The role of micro-credentials in facilitating learning for employment (Cedefop, 2020-ongoing).
Development of a Methodology for implementation of the EIT Impact Framework (2021 – 2027) (EIT, 2020-ongoing).
Roadmap for the integration of the Lithuanian industry into European value chains (European Commission, DG REFORM, 2020-ongoing).
Towards a European approach for micro-credentials: a study of practices and communalities in offering micro-credentials in European higher education (European Commission, DG EAC, 2020-ongoing).
Study on a Review of MSCA unit costs in preparation of Horizon Europe (European Commission, DG EAC, 2019-ongoing).
Mapping of student-centred learning practices in higher education: the use of different teaching and learning methods supporting a more inclusive high-quality tertiary education (European Commission, DG EAC, 2019-ongoing).
Support to the monitoring of the performance of the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI) for the year 2017-2020 (European Commission, DG EMPL, 2018-ongoing).
Study on International Cooperation in the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (European Commission, DG EAC, 2018-ongoing).
Study on data gathering and information for the 2018 ERA Progress Report (European Commission, DG RTD, 2018-2019).
Study to evaluate the progress on quality assurance systems in the area of higher education in the Member States and on cooperation activities at European level (European Commission, DG EAC, 2017-2018).

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