Dr. Amelia Neacsu
Adjunct Professor, UBI Brussels & Luxembourg
French, English, Romanian
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: www.nato.int/acad/fellow/98-00/neacsu.pdf
* “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.