Bence has degrees in law as well as in political and administration sciences from Sciences Po Paris, the University of Strasbourg, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University and French School of Administration (ÉNA). He spent his Erasmus year at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona. He holds a PhD from University of Public Service in Budapest. 

He worked at the Ministry of Justice of Hungary as political adviser to the minister as well as head of department in charge of relations with EU institutions. He was also Member of the Cabinet of the President of the European Parliament and head of communications at the Danube Institute. He is also researcher at the University of Public Service.

He is a proud Hungarian from Szeged, open to Europe and the international world. Thanks to his previous experiences he understands both the Central and Eastern European as well as the Western European ways of thinking. He likes identifying common points which relates people from different countries. And when it comes to divergences, he believes in free and respectful debate. He is worried about the fact that the EU is losing its diplomatic component and is becoming a hard political battlefield instead. He wants people to see the EU as it is in reality, that is why he wrote his book on “European Policy on the Rule of Law – a Glimpse behind the Scenes”.

He hopes that MCC Brussels becomes a powerful think tank in Brussels, which manages to bring in new perspectives in discussions on our common European future.