Miodrag Mišić graduated at the Faculty of Law, at the University of Niš, in 1998.
While working in the Ministry of Defense, his internship was carried out on legal matters in the Military Prosecutor, the Military Attorney’s Office and the Military Court in Nis. He participated in many complex and sensitive cases in these institutions, not only during the 1999 war but even after its completion. Bar exam was passed in Year 2000. That same year he joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, where he graduated from the Diplomatic Academy in 2001. During the 15 years of diplomatic career, he held various positions in the legal, economic, political and security affairs in the Ministry and other Government Institutions. He was the foreign policy adviser to the President of the Committee of the Federal Government for relations with KFOR and UNMIK in 2001. Later on, he was working in the embassies in Baghdad, Republic of Iraq (2002 -2004), Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic (2004 – 2009), (accredited on non-residential basis  also in Amman, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and Beirut, Republic of Lebanon), and the Federal Republic of Germany at the Consulate General of the Republic Serbia in Stuttgart (2011 -2013) and the Serbian Embassy in Berlin (2013-2015).
During his work at the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Berlin he had the honour of being the highest diplomatic representative of the country in the Federal Republic of Germany. Leaving the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, his career continued in doing legal counselling for construction companies in Serbia as well as oil companies in Iraq (Kurdistan Autonomous Region).
He speaks English, German and Spanish.
He is married and has one child.