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- 2010 – Present. PhD Candidate Nautical Archaeology Program. Texas A&M University (USA).
- 1999 – 2000. MA Post-Excavation Skills. School of Archaeological Studies. University of Leicester (UK)
Dissertation: “GIS (ArcView) applications within commercial Archaeology: the case-study of Warren Farm (Lockington, Leicestershire)”.
- 1993 – 1998. BA Geography and History; specialty Prehistory and Archaeology
Faculty of Geography and History, University of Valencia (Spain).
1997 – 1998 University of Pisa: Erasmus Scholarship (Italy).