Analyst, Project Coordinator
European Union, Brexit, Major Projects
Zsuzsanna got her BA degree from Pázmány Péter Catholic University and she holds an MA degree in International Studies from Corvinus University of Budapest. She started working as a project coordinator in 2014 at the Hungarian Institute on International Affairs, the predecessor of IFAT. She managed several domestic and International projects and she is in charge of the ongoing MENARA (Middle-East and North Africa Regional Architecture) and EuroMesco (Mapping Migration Challenges in the EU Transit and Destination Countries) projects as well. As an analyst she focuses on the European Union, particularly Brexit and its consequences and perspectives of EU’s reform. She is in charge of coordinating the major international projects of IFAT.