Zsuzsanna Végh is a researcher at the Center for European Neighborhood Studies. Her research focuses on the Visegrad cooperation, the Visegrad countries' foreign and international development policy, as well as the European Union’s relations with its Eastern neighbourhood (Eastern Partnership). At CENS, she has been engaged, among others, in multiple research projects focusing on the Europeanization/transition experience of the Visegrad countries and its relevance for countries in the Eastern neighborhood.
She holds a Master's degree in international relations and European studies from the Central European University (2012) and one in international studies from the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest (2011). She also studied at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow, Poland.
She joined the CENS in August 2012. Previously, she worked at the Hungarian Institute of International Affairs as an adjunct fellow.