Márk Vargha graduated in 2010 from the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of the Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), Faculty of Law. At the same time, he gained a brief insight into Danish folk high school education at the Vallekilde Folkhojskolé, where he studied identity and communication. He started his career as a law administrator at the National Tax and Customs Administration, then worked in the legislative field at the Ministry of National Development and later in the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, where he was responsible for legislative and legal coordination. Prior to joining the Institute, he was a policy advisor to the Ministry of Human Resources. He was a mentored student at the Bolyai Workshop for three years and later a member of its supervisory board. He also holds a diploma in political communication consultancy from the Századvég Foundation and the Budapest College of Communication and Business (now Metropolitan University). He is co-author and editor of two volumes of studies and two volumes of interviews.
Her research interests include the international and EU legal aspects of migration and the impact of migration on Italian domestic and foreign policy and public opinion.