EUTOPIA Student Career Ambassadors

Who are EUTOPIA Student Career Ambassadors?

The EUTOPIA Student Career Ambassadors are a selected group of students working in synergy with the orientation / professional insertion services from their universities.

They aim to create a European network of job, internship, and apprenticeship offers relayed through their social networks and those of EUTOPIA. They help students find companies domestically or abroad and assist fellow incoming students from the EUTOPIA universities in their countries as well.

Furthermore, they organize workshops open to all students, professors, and staff of the EUTOPIA alliance to create links between partner universities’ territories and build successful profiles within the EUTOPIA community.

The subjects of the workshops will cover the job culture in each country of the alliance and how to find jobs in them, career opportunities in European institutions, and many more!


University of Ljubljana

 Ana Tiefengraber

My name is Ana Tiefengraber and I am currently in my second year of International Business Master Studies at the University of Ljubljana.

I am passionate about oenology and the wine industry in general. As a sommelier, I love to discover different wine cultures and autochthonous wine varieties. I can fluently speak English and German, while my mother tongue is Slovenian. I have already done a few semesters abroad, which I hope will help me motivate and inform students on various topics and workshops that can help them in the future.

Irena Semenič

Hello there, I'm Irena, a hardworking and open-minded individual who enjoys working in cross-cultural teams. I have a bachelor's in International Business and currently finishing up my master's in Sociology.
I would describe myself as an infinitely curious individual, always looking for new experiences and opportunities to grow. I speak Slovene, English, French and Croatian. In my free time, you'd probably find me on a hike with my dog or diving deep into a docuseries/book.


Peter Šujica

Hey there! I'm Peter, a law student at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia. When I'm not buried in legal textbooks, I love exploring and meeting new people. Connecting with different cultures has always fascinated me, and it's led me to become fluent in English, French, German, and Croat. I've also dabbled in Spanish, Latin, and even Ancient Greek.

Imagine me wandering through the streets of some interesting foreign city, striking up conversations with people from all walks of life. I thrive on these cultural exchanges, constantly learning and embracing new perspectives. In my downtime, you'll find me lost in the pages of a book, whether it's law-related or a literary adventure. I hope that together, we can create something meaningful.

Vrije University Brussels


I’m Myriam, a 24-year-old tax law student at the VUB in Brussels, Belgium. Being someone highly motivated and eager to learn new skills, has given me the opportunity to gain work experience in diverse work environments in many different industries. I’ve also spent the past 4 years in a start-up that helps students and young graduates find a suitable (first) job that meets their needs and talents, all while teaching them (soft) skills that are indispensable on the job market.

I particularly enjoy interacting with people. I commit some of my free time to engage, and support others in creating and making exciting projects come to life. I have a natural curiosity. This encourages me to evolve, grow and be a better person than I was yesterday!

I hope I can share my experience with all of you, and learn from my fellow Career Ambassadors of EUTOPIA. Growth should be everyone’s priority, and we’re confident that what we have planned for you the next few years will not just help you attain your career goals, but also help you grow as a person.

University of Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona


Josep Armengol

My name is Josep Armengol and I’m the new Student Career Ambassador for Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona! I’m currently studying Law and Global Studies and my fields of interest are History, Politics, and International Relations.
During my free time I enjoy going to nature and one of my favorite plans is to go hiking in the mountains with my friends. I love to travel and I have had the chance to live in Brussels and Singapore during my third year of university.
As a Student Career Ambassador, I am excited to be part of the EUTOPIA network and help other students with their career ambitions abroad. Please feel free to reach out to me and share your doubts!

University of Warwick

Rosy McGee

I’m Rosy McGee and I’m really excited to join the EUTOPIA project as a Student Careers Ambassador! I’m a second-year student at the University of Warwick, where I study Modern Languages and Economics. My interests include travelling and learning new languages and have previously lived in both Germany and France where I worked as an au pair. I also like cooking and music and I’m an animal lover. The EUTOPIA project to me is an amazing opportunity for students across Europe to unite and learn with and from each other, something I’m a big believer in. As a Student Careers Ambassador, I’m looking forward to helping students from Warwick and our EUTOPIA partners to see all the opportunities available to them and to pursue their international career ambitions!

Beth Taylor Logie

I’m Beth Taylor Logie and I am one of the new Warwick Student Career Ambassadors. I am currently in my final year studying Psychology and I have spent the last year studying in Krakow, Poland as part of the Erasmus exchange programme.  My interests include traveling, playing tennis, and cooking especially finding new recipes and dishes that I love from around the world!  Studying abroad was such an amazing experience as it gave me the chance to work with people from across Europe and the world finding out about different cultures in the process. This is why I think the EUTOPIA project is so incredible as it aims to enhance this relationship between different countries in working and studying.  I am super excited to start working on this project! I can’t wait to learn from everyone and share ideas and I hope to aid students from across the EUTOPIA network in pursuing their dreams of finding careers abroad!

University of Gothenburg


CY Cergy Paris University

Lena Da Fonseca

Hello there, my name is Lena! I am a committed and motivated student actively pursuing a double degree in French and Spanish law at CY Cergy Paris University. I am also the new Student Career Ambassador at the university. In life, I have different passions such as travelling, dancing, cooking, photography, discovering new cultures and learning new languages. This has helped me uncover new perspectives on life which has led me to attain valuable experience throughout my university experience. French and Portuguese are my mother tongue languages but I also speak Spanish, Italian and English. In addition to my academic pursuits, I am quite active in the world of hand sport, especially in football for the blinds. It is a subject that is quite dear to my heart, and that deserves to be known by the whole world. One thing about me is I always love to learn and share my knowledge with others. This position is an opportunity to discover new people, to help students learn more about their careers but also to organize events, all these represent a great opportunity to help but also to enrich my experiences.

Ca'Foscari University of Venice

Lisa Maraldo

My name is Lisa, I'm currently in my last year of Comparative International Relations at Ca' Foscari University of Venice. A fun fact about myself is that, even though I am Italian, I have visited the Great Wall more times than I've visited the Colosseum!  I'm a very curious and open-minded person, interested in learning about what is happening around the globe, about different cultures and making new friends from all over the world.

Last year I had the pleasure to be a sort of Career Ambassador in my home university and being able to help students learn more about career paths and help in organizing events has been a very educational experience that contributed a lot to my professional as well as my personal growth. I reckon this opportunity will be just as fulfilling and I can't wait to give my contribution to this project.


Technical University Dresden

Josephine Borbá

My name is Josephine Borbás and I am studying Molecular Biology and Biotechnology in my fourth year. Within the scope of my earlier studies in different educational facilities abroad, I had the opportunity to gain insight, not only into the obstacles of studying and living in a foreign country but various student issues. In my free time, I volunteer as a member of the biology student council and support students on a daily basis with material and assistance in various areas. One of my ambitions lies in providing students the information for their personal issues as customized as possible, to facilitate their studies and later work life. Hence, I am looking forward to being part of the Student Career Ambassador network and expanding my knowledge and communication skills through the exchange with other members. Since I cherish the idea of promoting multicultural environments at academic institutions, I am engaged in acquiring language skills. Additionally to meeting new people, I am looking forward to gaining insight on other people's perspectives, regarding cultural and scientific topics, by abridging language barriers.

NOVA University Lisbon

Miguel Marques

Hello, my name is Miguel Marques, and I'm currently finishing my master's degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Throughout my academic life and my experience in associations and the job market, I've had the opportunity to gain a wide range of contacts and networking skills. I am now committed to continuing the work carried out at my university in support of EUTOPIA. I'm very keen to develop my soft skills, but above all, to help student communities and the people around me to grow. EUTOPIA presents itself as a new opportunity to look at the bigger picture and work together to bring the academic community closer to the job market.

Carolina Pessoa

My name is Carolina Pessoa and I am a 19 year-old Political Science and International Relations student. Throughout my life, dedicating time to others, as well as trying to help and change things for the better, have been a constant aim of mine. In addition to that, learning new skills, meeting new people and cultures is absolutely fascinating to me.

Therefore, it is with great pleasure that I embrace this new adventure - being an EUTOPIA Student Career Ambassador. I hope that my hard work will positively impact others and contribute to a better future and a better Europe.

University of Babes-Bolayi

 Andreea Maura Bobiceanu

Hello. My name is Andreea Maura Bobiceanu, I am a PhD student at The Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of Babeș-Bolyai University from Cluj-Napoca, Romania. I am also involved in teaching activities at The Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, being responsible for Public Finance and Banking seminars. As a strong believer in learning without borders, I am happy to be joining the Student Career Ambassador Network. I am looking forward to being a part of a community that provides numerous resources for young students, discovering their path.

  Elisephane Irankunda

I’m Elisephane Irankunda, Ph.D student at Babes Bolyai University's Faculty of Environmental Science and Engineering and a dedicated lecturer at The East African University (TEAU) in Nairobi, Kenya. I’m a passionate academic and researcher at the forefront of tackling pressing environmental issues such as climate change and air pollution, committed to finding sustainable solutions. Now, as a proud member of the Student Career Ambassador Network, I am happy to be part of the vibrant EUTOPIA community that empowers young students on their journey of self-discovery, offering invaluable resources and support to help them navigate their chosen paths.

How can you contact them?

You have three ways of contacting the EUTOPIA Career Ambassadors.

The first one is directly via their common e-mail address: If you have any questions about who they are or what they do, ask them! They’ll answer.

The second is via the Career Ambassador’s official LinkedIn account, follow it for news and job and internship opportunities all over the alliance!

The final and third way is through their own Instagram account,! Go follow them and get news about future workshops directly there!