In 2014, Said Musayev completed his studies for a Master’s in Public Law and Political Science, with a specialization in Community Integration and European Neighborhood Policy, at the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne in France. He is a BA graduate of Political Science from the University Montesquieu Bordeaux IV (2011-2012). In 2014 he began to devote his research to the history of the Jews in Azerbaijan and the coexistence of the Jews with different cultures in different societies. Among his many accomplishments, Said was the first Azerbaijani graduate of the European Digital University for Jewish Studies-UNEEJ, as part of a project led by the Elie Wiesel Institute and the Alliance Israélite Universelle (AIU) in France. He was also designated by the International League against Racism and Antisemitism (LİCRA) as an accredited representative in Azerbaijan, and a Visiting Fellow of the University of Strasbourg with a research grant from the Azerbaijani National Academy of Sciences, with a focus on studying European legal systems and institutional tools used in combating antisemitism. In 2017, he was a Scholar-In-Residence at the ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute. Currently, Said is working as a Research Fellow within the Institute of Law and Human Rights in Baku. He is involved voluntarily within Mountains Jewish Community (only Sephardic Community) in Azerbaijan as an initiator of numerous projects aimed at intercultural and interfaith dialogue and the fight against antisemitism.