“The comparative methodology helps us develop a creative legal mind”
I am from Almeria, in the south of Spain. I have lived in in Maastricht, Netherlands to study at UWC and did an exchange semester in Reims, France. Having a strong diplomatic vocation, I will start preparing for the national exams to access the diplomatic service in Spain. However, I am considering to pursue a master’s degree in European Studies before.
During my time at IEU, I have been involved in the IR lab, the Legal Clinic, and several moot court competitions. My experience in Moot Madrid last year, where the team had to deal with a complex arbitration case, was very rewarding and enriching and I have decided to join the Europa Moot Court this year. Furthermore, I have taken part in the Thought for Food, and started Leap Conferences with a team, an annual event that brings together inspiring leaders from different backgrounds in order to challenge students to leave their comfort zones.
Enrique Rodriguez, Spain
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Enrique is a Bachelor of Laws student; he started his degree in our Segovia campus and chose IEU due to its international environment and the teaching methodology, done through a comparative approach. His interests include cooking, traveling and reading; and regarding law, he is interested in issues regarding European integration and conflict resolution.
Enrique’s interview is part of the Faces of IEU project, with seeks to bring closer together the IE community by sharing stories of students about their experience at the university, professionally, and about themselves. Through a series of interviews, students are able to share, explore and learn about opportunities that make IE University and its community truly unique.