About Stefan Hummelsheim
Mr Stefan Hummelsheim has over 20 years of experience in international and development cooperation. He has a defined sectoral focus on vocational education and training, economics of education and result-based monitoring and evaluation. He has specific regional expertise in Latin America, Asia and Africa. He was recently head or member of projects in Ethiopia, Jordan, Nigeria, Somalia, South Africa and Kosovo (selected projects).
Stefan Hummelsheim studied Economics, Social Science, Political Science and Pedagogy (educational economics, educational planning and evaluation) at the University of Bochum (Basic study period) and University of Bielefeld (Main study period), graduated with a Predicate Examination (1,2) and the Examination Thesis: Financing problems of initial vocational education and training in Germany. He worked as an research assistant for the University of Bielefeld and University of Rostock, the expert commission “Financing Lifelong Learning”, DIE, InWEnt and GIZ.
He was in 2015 head of the sector program “TVET” in a close cooperation with BMZ, GIZ and KfW and started in 2016 his consulting with special thematic respect to vocational education and training, economics of education and result-based monitoring and evaluation. He is working as a core expert for GIZ as well as for various other institutions.
Stefan Hummelsheim is familiar with BMZ, GIZ, KfW and LuxDev as well as EU standards and proceedings for planning and evaluating projects in development co-operation. He competed various further trainings in labour market assessment, capacity works and result-evaluation.
He is reviewer and member of different expert groups (BMBF, Wissenschaftsrat) and interagency working groups (ETF, ILO, UNESCO, World Bank). He published national and international books and articles in the field of economics of education and educational evaluation. He is also lecture in the field of “Financing Continuing Vocational Education and Training” at the University of Jena.
Stefan Hummelsheim is fluent in German (mother tongue) and English.