Felix Peerboom (F.A.J.)

Felix is a lecturer/PhD candidate at the Faculty of Law, Department of International and European Law, since May 2022.

His research is conducted in the fields of international and European migration/asylum law, focusing on the 'instrumentalisation' of migration.

Between October 2019 and May 2022, Felix worked as a lecturer at the Faculty of Law.

In October 2019 Felix graduated from Maastricht University by succesfully completing the Master International Laws LL.M. As part of that programme, Felix studied for a semester at McGill University (Montreal, Canada). For his master thesis Felix researched the 2016 EU-Turkey Statement, using the following research question: "To what extend is the current application of the safe third country concept under EU Law in accordance with International Human Rights Law?"

In 2017 Felix succesfully completed the bachelor programme: European Law School (reg. track) at Maastricht University.