The TEPSA Secretariat Welcomes its New Project Assistant

Margaux is TEPSA’s project assistant. She helps in the coordination and implementation of TEPSA’s Framework Contracts with the European Parliament for the supply of external academic expertise.

Margaux holds a Masters Degree in Modern History from Université La Sorbonne (Paris), with a specialisation on the history of the European integration, and a Masters in European Interdisciplinary Studies from the College of Europe (Warsaw). Part of her graduate education was completed in Italy, at the University of Pisa. Prior to joining TEPSA, she completed traineeships at the European Commission’s Executive Agency for Culture, Education and Audiovisual (EACEA) and at the Maison de l’Europe de Provence (France), specialising in questions of European citizenship.

You can contact Margaux Hurtel.