Dr. Amelia Neacsu

Adjunct Professor, UBI Brussels & Luxembourg


French, English, Romanian

Education Qualification

PhD, Université de Namur, Faculté de Sciences économiques et Politiques

MBA, UBI - United Business Institute, Brussels

Master in International Politics, ULB

Philology / Journalism , Hyperion University in Bucharest

Recent Professional Academic Experience

2016 - Present  Adjunct Professor - United Business Institute  

  • Teaching the BA programme on Global organisations and European Institutions, organising seminars and giving talks on the International relations.

2010- Present  Audiovisual Press Officer - European Parliament

  • The news coverage coordination requires excellent research skills, the rapid assimilation of often-complex subjects, strong organization and co-ordination skills and the ability to work to constant deadlines. This position enabled me to function on both a creative and a managerial level in a high-pressured, constantly changing environment.

2008 - 2009  DG Relex, European Commission, EC Delegation in Belgrade

  • Press and Communication Coordinator

  • Advise and manage under the supervision of the Head of Section the information on the implementation of the projects and programs of development assistance.

2005 - 2007  European Parliament, Audiovisual Unit

  • News Editor - Europe by Satellite

  • Organizing the daily news coverage, working constantly in a high pressured changing environment.

Selected Publications & Other Achievements

* ‘‘La prévention des conflits en Europe centrale et dans les Balkans. Analogies et différences. Essai de méthodologie.’’ Academic Forum NATO - EAPC Fellowships, Thesis published on NATO Internet pages in June 2000:

*  “La politique étrangère de la Roumanie, pays charnière entre deux civilisations”. in “Sfera Politicii” journal in Bucharest. August 1998.

* “The Function of Media During the Transition from Totalitarian Regime to Democracy”, presented at Tönissteiner Kreiss conference in Maria Laach, Germany at 10th March 1996.

* “Political Groups in Democratic Parliaments” for the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly, August 1995.