Teresa Franitza completed a French-German dual degree in history and French studies from Ruhr Universität Bochum and Université de Tours for her undergraduate degree. She also obtained a Master of Arts in European Studies from King’s College London. During her Professional Year, Teresa worked in the European Union (EU) division of the German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, gaining expertise in social and employment policies in the EU. Before joining the Hertie School, Teresa worked for the French-German Youth Office and completed internships in the French public sector and at the German Bundestag. She spent an exchange semester at Bocconi University in Milan and Teresa also received a scholarship from the German National Merit Foundation.
Master’s thesis title
Can the European Labour Authority actually ensure fairness for posted workers in the European single market?