2008- 2011 Restorer department – textile/leather specification (Hungarian University of Fine Arts)
Thesis: restoration of a dalmatic from the early 1700’s. The clothing is part of a complete ecclesiastical vestment, ordered by the Jesuitic friary of Trencsén; today owned by the Hungarian Museum of Applied Arts and the Hungarian National Museum. The vestment was sold to the museums by the Piarist friary of Trencsén.
2006 Changing to textile/leather specialisation after successful differential exams.
2002 Restorer department – silicate specialisation (Hungarian University of Fine Arts)
2000-2001 Restorer assistant – Completion of the of artworks protection course
(Hungarian National Museum)
1996-1997 jewellery valuator/ gemstone specialist
completion of specialised course of jewellery valuator
(national registration code: valuator I. (jewellery) OKJ 52 3439 01)
1993-1998 archaeology department (ELTE Faculty of Arts)
Specialisation: Prehistory and Migration Age
1987-1991 Széchenyi István High School