I started my studies at the Faculty of Commerce, Hospitality and Tourism of the Budapest Business School and graduated as an economist with a Bachelor's degree in Tourism and Hospitality, majoring in Tourism and Hotel Management in German language in 2011. I spent my internship in two different member hotels of the Kempinski Hotel Group, Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest and Kempinski Palace Hotel Portoroz and continued my professional career at Corinthia Hotel Budapest. In 2013, I graduated as an economist with a Master’s degree in Tourism Management, specialising in Food & Beverage Management from the Budapest Business School. I completed my doctoral studies at the Doctoral School of Business Administration of the Corvinus University of Budapest, specializing in Tourism. In my doctoral dissertation, entitled Paradox of Guest Space, I examined the milieu of luxury hotels. I obtained my doctoral degree in the fields of social sciences, management and organizational sciences in 2021. I have been performing educational and research activities since 2015.
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