Hi there! My name is Akaraporn Kulvijit. I graduated from Queen Mary (School of Arbitration at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS)) in 2012 with a LL.M. Degree. I now live in Bangkok, Thailand and currently work as a lawyer in an international law firm. Studying in Queen Mary did not only provide me with a wide range of taught modules which would meet any student's satisfaction, but also with many excellent lectures, given by the experts in a specific area of law. Such lectures genuinely contain real-life examples which is something you will not find in a textbook.
As for the life in London, QMUL Student Village at Mile End campus offers a real sense of student life, even for postgraduate students. There are many facilities, including a reasonably priced accommodation, sport club, students union, cafeterias, and a library. From an overseas students' perspective, at least in my view, this makes living in London easier and more fascinating. At Mile End campus, one can enjoy many extracurricular activities--social events, sports events, or English classes for overseas students. For example, I participated in the QM badminton club and became a team member, playing against other badminton teams in London. This enabled me to gain multicultural experience as well as good friendships during my stay. If you are looking to study in London, QMUL is an ideal option. Please feel free to contact me if you have any question about studying or living at Queen Mary University of London.