I graduated from the Faculty of Social Sciences of Corvinus University of Budapest with a BA degree in Communication and from the Faculty of Law and Political Science of Eötvös Loránd University with an MA degree in Political Science. In 2012, I was an Erasmus student at the University of Salzburg, where I studied political science, and in 2017, I studied Hungarian youth organizations in Transylvania at the Babeș-Bolyai University on a CEEPUS scholarship. I defended my PhD thesis in 2021 with summa cum laude at the Doctoral School of Political Theory of Pázmány Péter Catholic University. In my dissertation, I examined the institutionalization of Hungarian youth organizations in Transylvania from the perspective of minority nation-building. My research interests include youth, the educational and labor market situation of young people, international mobility and the issue of national minorities.
I joined the Center for Sociology at the MCC School of Social Sciences and History and the Institute for Youth Research in the autumn of 2021 with the aim of contributing to a better understanding of the mindset and lifestyle of the young generation.