Alexandra Zoltai started her higher education at Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Arts, studying eastern languages and cultures majoring in Mongolian language and culture with Chinese language and culture minor. With the assistance of the Balassi Institution, she was granted with a Scholarship and studied at the University of Ulaanbaatar for six months. She graduated in 2015.
In 2014 she was accepted to East Asia studies masters program, which was established by Pázmány Péter Catholic University with the cooperation of Corvinus University of Budapest. After the first year of the university, she was granted with a Scholarship for learning Chinese language by the Hungarian-Chinese Friendship Association, and spent one academic year in Xiamen of Fujian province. She graduated with honours in 2017. Her major field of research is China’s status from a safety and geopolitical point of view. The end of 2017 she voted as a Vice President of the Hungarian-Chinese Friendship Association.
She started the geopolitical PhD program at the University of Pécs in September 2018, where she will examine the geopolitics of China’s 21st Century Maritime Silk Road and Polar Silk Road.