Jennifer Cote holds a Bachelor of Arts in Politics and International Relations from the University of Greenwich in London, UK. She wrote her bachelor dissertation on Erdogan's shifting policies and its effect on relations between the European Union (EU) and Turkey during the refugee crisis. She additionally attended Aarhus University in Denmark for an Erasmus exchange year. At the Hertie School, Jennifer pursued a Master of Public Policy with a concentration in management and organisation. She also conducted a Professional Year as an Associate Fellow at the United Nations System Staff College Knowledge Centre for Sustainable Development (UNSSC) in Bonn, Germany. During this year, Jennifer focused heavily on communications and knowledge management. Previously, she worked as a corporate policy intern at West Suffolk Council, UK.
Master's thesis title
What shapes the policy design of conflict-ridden policy problems? A comparative historical analysis on US climate change policy since 1992