Juan [00:00:02] So firstly, one of the striking features of the course, and Queen Mary in general, is the fact that it's one of the Russell Group, which of course makes it easy for you to find opportunities after your studies. And then also specifically in the School of International Arbitration at Queen Mary, I believe it was one of the first really academic institutions that focus solely on the international arbitration.
[00:00:29] And that was really setting the trend going forward and developing the whole field in general. So I looked at the staff that was part of the International Dispute Resolution Programme. Typically, they are both in practise, but also academics. That was appealing to me as well. And just the fact that, like I say, Queen Mary's International Arbitration School is just so known.
[00:00:56] Typically, when you go to say, for example, practitioners discussion or something with practitioners would be present, they would always revert back to say a survey that's been done by Queen Mary School of International Arbitration.
[00:01:11] It's so well known, it's so renowned in the field that it was just a no brainer for me at the end of the day to join Queen Mary specifically for its arbitration programme. And I don't regret a second of my journey at Queen Mary. It's just been so informative and I've learnt a lot, so Queen Marys really impressed me thus far.
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