Zrna Pavlicevic is a recent graduate student at the Department of Political and Juridical Science and International Studies at the University of Padova.
She has a Master degree in Law, Politics and Institutions of the European Integration, and a bachelor degree in Political Science, International Relations and Human Rights at the University of Padova
After having participated to the National Model United Nations 2012 in New York, she focused her attention to the role of the European Union within the United Nations system, and the mechanism of coordination between the 27 member states as a coherent actor on the global scene. She wrote her Master dissertation about the cooperation between the United Nations and the European Union as a multilateral partnership and the tools it has to face new global challenges.
Moreover, she acquired a Jean Monnet Diploma in Globalization and Inclusiveness in the European Union, and in European Project Management.
She is bilingual since the early childhood, as a matter of fact Italian and Croatian are her mother-tongues, and she speaks fluent English, French and discrete German, after the Erasmus year in France, and the cultural exchanges in Australia, Germany and Austria.