Since 2007, I have been performing educational and research tasks at the Department of Methodology for Social Studies of the Faculty of International Management and Business. Graduated from Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), I am a certified teacher of English and Mathematics. Having earned my degree in international economics from Budapest Business School, I am also a qualified economist specializing in sectoral diplomacy. I hold a PhD in management and business from Szent Istvan University. I have been publishing research on the factors of competitiveness in tertiary education and the internationalization processes of higher education. My current research interests include sustainability and blockchain technology. In 2013 and 2018, I was awarded the BBU Faculty Science Award. ; As for Hungarian and foreign professional scholarships, I received Erasmus teaching scholarship in 2010 at HAAGA-HELIA University of Applied Sciences in Helsinki, Finland, and in 2014 at Université Catholique de Lille in France. I have also won a scholarship for a German language course held in Salzburg from OeAD - Agency for Education and Internationalization of the Republic of Austria. I have participated in two short-term study programmes by Campus Hungary in Belgium, and at the University of Nicosia, Cyprus. I have made an excellent performance in the HEInnovate: Supporting Institutional Change in Higher Education – Train the trainers activity in 2018. The forum was organized by the European Commission in partnership with the University of Ruse and the Bulgarian Ministry of Education and Science. I was also participating in the international professional Erasmus Plus project called Comparative Analyses of European Identities in Business and Every-Day Behaviour between 2018 and 2021.; It is my responsibility to supervise theses and student research projects (TDKs) in English as well as in Hungarian. I am a regular guest lecturer at a German university of applied sciences. In addition, I am a peer reviewer for Hungarian, and international Q-level scientific journals. I am a member of the BBU Credit Transfer Committee. I am a member of the Centre of Excellence for Future Value Chains (FVC), which has been established to conduct research on global value chains and supply chains and their future implications for the benefit of the Hungarian economy.
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