Krševan Antun Dujmović graduated History at the Centre for Croatian Studies at the University of Zagreb in 2003. In 2013 Krševan Antun Dujmović has obtained the degree of Master of Science at postgraduate study in Social Sciences in the field of Political Science, branch International Relations and National Security, at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Zagreb. Dujmović is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Zagreb. After graduation Dujmović worked at the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs and Union of Autonomous Trade Unions of Croatia dealing with EU integration issues. In 2006 Dujmović has joined the Institute for Development and International Relations as a Senior Associate in the science system at the European Documentation Centre – EDC. His particular fields of interest are: EU communication strategy and information policy, EU enlargement and the accession of the Western Balkans, EU funds and regional development, civil society sector and cooperation with Asian countries. Since 2014 Dujmović is a member of the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) on London, UK. Dujmović is fluent in English and uses Spanish and Italian in conversation.