“After finishing high school in Palma de Mallorca, I decided to stay in Spain because I fell in love with its captivating culture, rich language, vast historical heritage, and incredibly warm-hearted people. I think Spain is unique in how welcoming it is to foreigners—one can easily become integrated into its society and acquire a true sense of belonging.
When it comes to my degree, I decided to study law for many reasons. First of all, I felt that law is the kind of discipline that provides you with a substantial set of theoretical and practical skills that are useful in pursuing a meaningful career in the future. I believed that law is a fascinating tool that will allow me to make a difference in the lives of my future clients. In other words, you could say that it was my internal sense of justice that made it appeal to me. Finally, I wanted to study a complex subject. I enjoy challenging myself and I felt that law is a difficult discipline that would catalyze both my academic and personal growth. In that sense, and in many others, I found what I wanted at IE University.
I would also like to point out that most of the professors actually practice law themselves, which I believe to be of crucial importance. The professors possess the most up-to-date perspectives on their area of expertise and share their invaluable practical knowledge with us.
In addition to providing high-quality education, IE University is very much an up-to-date and modern university that does everything it can to ensure its alumni find the best jobs after graduating. They put a lot of effort into organizing events, such as job fairs, where students can meet potential recruiters and important contacts. They also provide each student with a mentor, whose aim is to guide us through the journey and help us resolve any problems we face.
I’m also very grateful that IE University is gaining a great reputation both in Spain and internationally. This is very important considering the fact that it’s often difficult for alumni of private institutions to compete with graduates of prestigious traditional universities.”