Federico Ohle completed a dual degree with the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, focused on transatlantic policy expertise. At the Hertie School, he specialised in public policy analysis, labour economics, European politics and European fiscal and financial governance and issues relating to peacekeeping missions. He previously completed a Bachelor of Science in International Politics and Government at Bocconi University and spent an Erasmus semester at the University of Mannheim. His professional experience includes working on European foreign and neighbourhood policy at the European Neighbourhood Council (ENC) in Brussels and researching Southern European politics at the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) in Berlin.
Master's thesis title
“I act therefore I am:” The 2015 refugee crisis in Italy and the consequences of the absence of solidarity in the European Union