He made specialization in Arabic Language and Islamic Science in Cairo, and in Byzantine, Syriac and Arabic Christian tradition at the Pontifical Oriental Institute in Rome. Since 2013, he is researcher in CEDRAC (Centre de documentation et de recherches arabes chrétiennes) at St. Joseph University in Beirut (Lebanon), and professor of Byzantine and Arabic Philosophy in the Faculty of Philosophy and Religious Science at the University of Zagreb (Croatia) (2013/14 – 2016/17). From the academic year 2016/17 he is professor of Patrology and Arabic Christian Theology at the Pontifical Oriental Institute.
2013 PhD in Oriental Ecclesiastical Sciences (PIO – Rome)
2010 Licentiate in Oriental Ecclesiastical Sciences (PIO – Rome)
2006 MA in Arabic language and Islamic Science (Dar Comboni – Cairo)
2002 BA in Theology – Philosophical-Theological Institute of the Society of Jesus in Zagreb (aggr. PUG – Rome)
1996 BA in Philosophy – Faculty of Philosophy and Religious Science (University of Zagreb)