I graduated at Purdue University ( West Lafayette, Indiana , U.S.A.) with a Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering with Thesis (December 17th 2011),
Master of Science in Aero & Astro Engineering ( December 17th 2005).
Before I graduated at the Politecnico di Bari ( Bari , Italy , EU) , with the Italian "Laurea" = Master of Science and Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering on July 19th 2002.
On July 16th 1999 I graduated with "Honors" from the Italian Army, after having served the compulsory time of 10 months and been awarded the "Premium licence" from the Commander of the Base, today Italian General Randolfo Colavalle.
On July 15th 1989 I graduated in my Jesuit High School with the grade of 60/60 in the General High School Exam. During the 80's I also attended The American School in Switzerland ( T.A.S.I.S school ) both in their site in Lugano, Montagnola, Switzerland ( Summers 1982 - 1986 ) and in England , at Thorpe, Close to Staines in the Surrey region ( Summers 1986 - 1989 ).
I have been attending the Jesuit school "Istituto di Cagno Abbrescia (Bari, Italy) from 1978 till 1989.
The CIS International School team invites you to an BBQ-style Open Day!
Due to numerous requests from parents, the registration for our Summer School 2023 has been extended until June 15th!
We invite you to take part in the main event of the 2023!
Don't miss out on the chance to push yourself to new limits and make unforgettable memories with your family and friends.
We are excited to invite you to our Summer School!
In the summer of 2022, our students graduated from 13 classes, passed their exams, and graduated...
Our campuses open the doors for everyone who wants to get acquainted with the life of the school and get answers to any questions about admission and education.
During the open day, your child will have a golden opportunity to get acquainted with our school and the daily schedule, interact with their future classmates and much more...
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