Mathias Riber Mygind holds a Bachelor of Science in European Studies from the University of Southern Denmark and he spent a semester at the University of Salford, Manchester. There, Mathias focused on regional and cross-border development in the European Union. At the Hertie School, he studied public policy with a focus on European governance and international economics, gaining in-depth knowledge of the policy process of the European Union and understanding of EU’s challenges in the 21st century. His professional experience includes volunteer work for ActionAid International in the Tanzanian public sector and assisting the Embassy of Romania in Copenhagen regarding the current socio-economic and political conditions in Denmark.
Master’s thesis title
European integration: Pre-accession and post-accession democracy mechanisms – Applying the integrational lessons from Poland and Czech Republic to the integration of Serbia.