After my secondary education in Germany and a scholarship for a highschool year in Annonay, France, I moved to The Hague in September 2013 in order to study in the field of political science.
I successfully completed my first year of International Public Management at The Hague University of Applied Sciences with my propedeuse certificate. Currently, I am doing an internship at the International Peace, Justice and Security research group of Professor Joris Voorhoeve at The Hague University of Applied Sciences where I am conducting research and writing chapters for the creation of a handbook on international relations.
Also, I am a passionate German teacher at the International School of The Hague (ISH) where I am teaching German to primary school students once every week.
Since I travelled through Cuba in December and January of this year for four weeks, I am the publisher of my online blog missioncuba.wordpress.com where I share my experiences and my research on the political and economic system of the socialist country.
My future idea is to continue my education at a Dutch university where I would like to study a bachelor programme in the field of international relations.