László Fejős

Senior Academic Coordinator

László has a BA in Political Science from Corvinus University of Budapest, a MA in Minority Policy from Eötvös Loránd University, and another MA in Public Policy from CEU. Shortly after finishing his studies, he moved to New York, where he started a career in international education. László worked for AFS-USA and Stevens Institute of Technology, helping high school and university students pursue their dreams of studying abroad. He later moved back to Hungary and joined Tom Lantos Institute as a Program Officer for their Roma Rights and Citizenship program. During his time at the Institute, László took part in a research project, which aimed to map out the representations of Roma in the public spaces of Hungary. He also co-authored a book on the same topic. László is an avid consumer of coffee, likes to play squash and listens to political podcasts.