2018 - Ph.D. in Social Statistics, School of Social Sciences. The University of Manchester, United Kingdom. Thesis title: “Individual and structural factors affecting recidivism: the role of prisoners, prisons and places in the Chilean context”, supervised by Dr Johan Koskinen and Dr Juanjo Medina.
2013 - Master of Science in Social Research Methods and Statistics. The University of Manchester, United Kingdom. Dissertation: “The effects of socio-economic background and parental involvement on children's early cognitive development in Chile”.
2010 - Master’s degree in Public Policy. Universitá degli Studi di Palermo, Italy and University of Deusto, Spain (Joint international programme). Dissertation: “Evaluation of the effectiveness of the EU’s Policy of Development and Cooperation towards Latin America”.
2007 - Bachelor's degree in Sociology. Universidad de La Frontera, Temuco, Chile Dissertation: “Conditioning factors in the decision of undertaking vocational and technical education and training study programmes”.