I received my first economist degree from Budapest Business School where I started my higher education in 2007 and graduated in 2010 in Tourism and Hospitality programme with a specialization of Hospitality and Hotel Management. After graduating with a Bachelor’s degree, I decided to continue my studies also at the University’s Faculty of Commerce, Hospitality and Tourism and pursued a Master's degree in Tourism Management which I completed in 2012.
While studying for my BSc and MSc degrees, I developed a strong interest in marketing and consumer behaviour, therefore, I continued my studies as a full-time PhD student at the Doctoral School of Management and Business Administration at Szent István University. In addition to my research, I conducted seminars and also performed consulting tasks at the University.
I completed my doctoral studies in August 2016, and I am currently educating market research, marketing and consumer behavior as an assistant lecturer at the Department of Marketing, Faculty of International Management and Business at Budapest Business School. My main objective is to use my previous academic experiences and studies in order to teach a practice-oriented and system-based thinking for my students.