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Miłosz holds a Master’s degree in European Economic Studies (option European Law and Economic Analysis) from the College of Europe, a Master’s degree in International Economic Policy from Paris School of International Affairs at Sciences Po Paris, and a Master’s degree in International Affairs and Governance from Universität St. Gallen. He also studied Economics at Maastricht University and obtained a bachelor’s degree in social sciences from the Sciences Po Paris, the Central and Eastern European program in Dijon, where he read history, economics, politics and law.

Prior to arriving in Natolin, Miłosz has completed a blue book traineeship at DG Competition, European Commission. He has also interned at the World Bank office in Paris, as well as worked as a consultant for the Development Cooperation Directorate of the OECD, where he specialized in private investment in developing countries.

Miłosz has been an Academic Assistant at the College of Europe, Natolin campus, since January 2015. His main fields of interest are twentieth-century history and intellectual history. In addition, he is interested in theories of economic development, competition law and economics and financial regulation.