Bachelor of Science in Information Systems, University CAECE, Buenos Aires, 1992. M.Mgmt., Northwestern University, 1996.
He was Minister of Education of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires from 2010 until 2015. In December 2015 he became Argentina"s Minister of Education under Mauricio Macri"s administration. After completing his bachelor’s degree, Bullrich began his graduate studies in the United States at the Kellogg School of Management of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.
He was just 24 years old when he entered the program
At Kellogg he focused on human relations and organizational studies. In office, he has organized and led efforts to improve the Argentine education system.
In 2005, he was elected to the National Chamber of Deputies, representing the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. Bullrich caucused with the Public Relations Officer alliance, a center-right political bloc.
Bullrich and Public Relations Officer are also allied with political blocs Commitment to Change and Recrear.
In 2006 Bullrich was recognized as an Eisenhower Fellow in its Multi Nation Program 2006. This experience enabled him to meet American policy makers and study the United States educational system with special attention on charter schools. Bullrich has been in the press serving as an opposition congressman in the Skanska corruption case where the Swedish construction and development company allegedly over-charged the Argentine government for the construction of a pipeline in northern Argentina.
In 2007, Bullrich took leave from the chamber of deputies to become interim Minister of Social Development of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires.
He officially resigned to the chamber of deputies in 2009, a few months before the end his term. On December 22, 2009, after the resignation of Abel Posse, it was announced that Bullrich would become Minister of Education of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires.
He took office on January 5, 2010. During his tenure, he reduced subsidies to private schools to increase teacher salaries in public schools by around 29% and closed 221 classes in order to merge them and decrease inefficiencies.
Both decisions have been criticized by different sectors, the former by private schools organizations and the later by teacher"s unions.During his administration launched the Sarmiento Plan, in order to give laptops to students and teachers.
Justice investigates overpricing in the purchase of these computer would have been paid 185 million dollars of premium, he said Garbarz Ariel, expert and legal expert. Premiums would be 285 percent
Mauricio Macri became president in 2015, and announced that he would be his minister of education.
Bullrich began his political career in 2003 when he ran for City Council for the Recreate for Growth party (Recrear) and later became vice-president for the Buenos Aires District.
Member Kellogg Korps, Nicaragua, 1996. Member Golf Club Argentina, J.L. Kellogg Alumni Club Argentina (vice president since 1996).