Rosalie Lacombe is a master’s student at the University Laval Department of Geography. Her thesis focuses mainly on European migration policies, outsourcing policies, transit migrations, migration management and governance of migration in the Balkan region. She is more specifically concerned about the presence, location and management of migrants in Serbia as well as questions about the characteristics of Serbia as a migratory space bordering the European Union. Rosalie, who recently graduated from the Baccalaureate in Geography, also takes interest in irregular migration, migration trajectories and the migration industry. She has also completed her end-of-degree project on outsourcing borders controls and its impacts on some African countries, under the supervision of Dr. Danièle Bélanger. Her master’s work is carried out with a scholarship from the Canada Research Chair in Global Migration Processes.