I have been always interested in other countries and already in highschool I was convinced that the knowledge of a foreign language would open a new world to me and give me a great advantage in every aspect of life. At 17 I went to England for a voluntary year to improve my English knowledge. That was one of the most challenging, yet at the same time one of the happiest years of my youth. At university I studied tourism and during these years I had the chance to spend 6 months in Finland as an Erasmus student.
At ETEN I coordinate the processes and supervise the work of my colleagues with whom we share the common goal of offering an unforgettable, life-changing experience to as many students as possible.
I was graduated from University of Szeged as a Labour Advisor.
Without any experiences, I have decided to move to Australia to improve my English and also find a new path to my life. I have been spent 3 years working as a supervisor in a hospitality sector. I always loved to communicate with people from different cultures, that was the reason why I started working with ETEN in 2016.
Right now, after 4 years, my main role is to organize our international relations, monitoring and evaluating recent collaborations, and making advance searches for new clients, mainly schools.
The most important goal in my job is to provide the open-minded attitude to the young generation, and support them to find the proactivity and psychological resilience in their everyday life.
I was graduated from Pázmány Péter Catholic University in 2016 as an international relations expert. During my studies I had the opportunity to spend two semesters in Helsinki as an Erasmus student. It was a huge challenge, but all in all it was greatly inspiring and I received a lot of positive impulses. I firmly believes that all European students deserve such experience abroad.
After a 2 and half year-long detour at multinational companies, I started to work at ETEN in 2019 as a project coordinator. Currently, I am responsible for the direct marketing department.