Jing-Syuan is a PhD candidate in political and social science at Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB), affiliated with Centre d'Étude de la Vie Politique (Cevipol). She is also a Marie Skłodowska-Curie doctoral fellow of Globalisation, Europe, and Multilateralism (GEM)- Democratic Institutions, the rise of Alternative MOdels and mounting Normative Dissensus (DIAMOND) research project. Under the GEM-DIAMOND framework, she is writing a dissertation entitled Responding to competing authoritarian models: Japan and EU’s respective neighbourhoods compared’ (ESR 14) under the joint supervision of Prof. Luca Tomini from ULB, Brussels, and Prof. Ken Miichi from Waseda University, Tokyo. She graduated from the School of Research at Sciences Po in 2022 with a master degree in political science (public policy). Her master thesis was supervised by Prof. Colin Hay and analyzed the political economy of long-term care policy transformations in Taiwan with the angel of politicization. She also holds a bachelor degree in politics and government from the Collège universitaire of Sciences Po (2017-2020).
- Since 2022: Ph.D. Candidate in Political and Social Science (Cevipol, Université libre de Bruxelles); Marie Curie doctoral fellow (GEM-DIAMOND ESR 14 2022-2025)
- 2020 – 2022: M.A. Political Science, Public Policy specialty (School of Research, Sciences Po)
- 2017 – 2020: B.A. Politics and Government (Collège universitaire, Sciences Po, Menton campus)