Since 2020, Lukas Brück has been a Consultant & Expert with a focus on Digital Learning for the GFA Consulting Group in Hamburg, Germany. He holds two Master degrees, one in Mathematics, international politics and teaching methodology from Darmstadt university and a joint Masters degree in Education Policies for Global development. On behalf of GFA, he works as a Lead Digital Learning Expert in Skills Development for Youth Employment in Nigeria where he currently develops digital career guidance and soft skill courses in a co-creative approach, together with local employment agencies – and is responsible to conduct feasibility studies to analyse the potential to leverage digital innovation in upcoming and running international development cooperation projects with a focus on digital learning. Prior he worked for Bosch foundation, and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), and lead a small research team as the lead research coordinator in Germany for the IIE research project “From Non-formal-to-Formal Educational Pathways for Refugee Students”, a Research Study Comparing Higher Education Interventions for Refugees in Germany and Lebanon led by Prof. Streitwieser with 4 other scholars.
Master Thesis: Urban refugees’ perception of and access to education in Uganda: an exploratory study.
Internship Placement: Global Partnership for Ed.