Viktória Jančošeková studied History at the Faculty of Arts at Trnava University in Slovakia. She also graduated four semesters at the Czech Institute of Egyptology at the Charles University in Prague.
Since finishing her studies, she has worked in Slovak politics. During the transformation and integration period of Slovakia (1998–2006), she led the Office and the Advisory board of the then prime minister of Slovakia, Mikuláš Dzurinda. She also worked in the Preparatory Committee for the Bush – Putin Summit which took place in Bratislava in 2005.
After this, she worked at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and at the Slovak Parliament. Viktória also has experience working in the non-governmental sector: she ran the Institute for Policy and Reforms where her focus was on civic education.
She speaks Slovak and English, has a basic knowledge of Spanish and is currently learning French.