I completed both my undergraduate and the first stage of my postgraduate studies at the University of Leicester, UK, where I was awarded my LLB Law with a Year Abroad in 2015, and then my LLM in Public International Law in 2016. As part of my undergraduate studies, I spent my Erasmus year at the University of Strasbourg, France, where I obtained a certificate of French Legal Studies.
During my Erasmus, I undertook a diplomatic internship at the Permanent Representation of Cyprus to the Council of Europe in Strasbourg. Before joining the University of Birmingham for my PhD, I undertook a traineeship at the European Commission, in Brussels, in the Directorate-General for Trade (DG TRADE), as a Blue Book Trainee.
Previously, I held the positions of Secretary-General at the European Law Students' Association (ELSA) in the UK and National Legal Researcher for ELSA UK in an international project on freedom of expression and the protection of journalistic sources, which was later published by the Council of Europe.