Guillermo has a varied academic background with a bachelor degree in Law (Universidad de La Laguna), MLL in European Union Law (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), MA in Human Rights (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), MA in International Relations (University of Kent), and a prospective PhD in Comparative Politics (University of Kent). To complement this, a degree in International Expertise in Human Rights, Indigenous People, and International Cooperation has enlarged his experience to also deal with the practical application of important theoretical discussions. This background provides Guillermo with a multidisciplinary approach to Politics and Social Sciences in general terms.
His areas of interests are linked to his diverse academic career, being this comparative politics, political parties, nationalism, regionalism, centre-periphery cleavage, subnational movements, human rights, and indigenous people. Developing this research areas, Guillermo has acted as a research assistant in a project gravitating around historic memory and the victims of the Spanish Civil War at the Canterbury Christ Church University.