Corinna Müller


Mercator Fellowship on International Affairs

Period of the Fellowship


Project title

Between national interests, European responsibility and a humanitarian mission: Creating a common EU concept for refugees from North Africa to Europe


Refugees, European Union, Maghreb


UNHCR, Frontex

Short biography

Corinna Müller completed her diploma of International Cultural and Business Studies with focus on American Studies and Political Sciences in Passau, Verona and Los Angeles, and conducted research in the field of Security Studies at the Georgetown University. She gained initial work experience at the Federal Foreign Office in New York, the UNECA in Addis Abea, as well as at BCG and McKinsey. As a Mercator Fellow, she focused on overcoming the recent refugee problem in North African states. In 2012 Corinna Müller entered the Foreign Service.