Miami or MIDS: International Arbitration


Kuatemoc

Hi everyone, I have been admitted to Miami Law International Arbitration program and to the MIDS program at Geneva. Now I am not sure which program I need to choose. I would like to work in the field of international arbitration afterward and would like to examine these two programs in that spectrum.

I have received also a 25K scholarship from Miami, so the price for these two programs is similar for me.

Thank you very much

Hi everyone, I have been admitted to Miami Law International Arbitration program and to the MIDS program at Geneva. Now I am not sure which program I need to choose. I would like to work in the field of international arbitration afterward and would like to examine these two programs in that spectrum.

I have received also a 25K scholarship from Miami, so the price for these two programs is similar for me.

Thank you very much
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Hi everyone, I have been admitted to Miami Law International Arbitration program and to the MIDS program at Geneva. Now I am not sure which program I need to choose. I would like to work in the field of international arbitration afterward and would like to examine these two programs in that spectrum.

I have received also a 25K scholarship from Miami, so the price for these two programs is similar for me.

Thank you very much


MIDS! It is an excellent program - in my opinion, the best for arbitration out there.

[quote]Hi everyone, I have been admitted to Miami Law International Arbitration program and to the MIDS program at Geneva. Now I am not sure which program I need to choose. I would like to work in the field of international arbitration afterward and would like to examine these two programs in that spectrum.

I have received also a 25K scholarship from Miami, so the price for these two programs is similar for me.

Thank you very much[/quote]

MIDS! It is an excellent program - in my opinion, the best for arbitration out there.
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Kuatemoc

Hi everyone, I have been admitted to Miami Law International Arbitration program and to the MIDS program at Geneva. Now I am not sure which program I need to choose. I would like to work in the field of international arbitration afterward and would like to examine these two programs in that spectrum.

I have received also a 25K scholarship from Miami, so the price for these two programs is similar for me.

Thank you very much


MIDS! It is an excellent program - in my opinion, the best for arbitration out there.


Thank you for the advice.

[quote][quote]Hi everyone, I have been admitted to Miami Law International Arbitration program and to the MIDS program at Geneva. Now I am not sure which program I need to choose. I would like to work in the field of international arbitration afterward and would like to examine these two programs in that spectrum.

I have received also a 25K scholarship from Miami, so the price for these two programs is similar for me.

Thank you very much[/quote]

MIDS! It is an excellent program - in my opinion, the best for arbitration out there.[/quote]

Thank you for the advice.
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Chizzy

Hi everyone, I have been admitted to Miami Law International Arbitration program and to the MIDS program at Geneva. Now I am not sure which program I need to choose. I would like to work in the field of international arbitration afterward and would like to examine these two programs in that spectrum.

I have received also a 25K scholarship from Miami, so the price for these two programs is similar for me.

Thank you very much


I'm also in your position, only that my scholarship from Miami is 10k, making it still more expensive than the MIDS. What did you decide?

[quote]Hi everyone, I have been admitted to Miami Law International Arbitration program and to the MIDS program at Geneva. Now I am not sure which program I need to choose. I would like to work in the field of international arbitration afterward and would like to examine these two programs in that spectrum.

I have received also a 25K scholarship from Miami, so the price for these two programs is similar for me.

Thank you very much[/quote]

I'm also in your position, only that my scholarship from Miami is 10k, making it still more expensive than the MIDS. What did you decide?
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Kuatemoc

Hi everyone, I have been admitted to Miami Law International Arbitration program and to the MIDS program at Geneva. Now I am not sure which program I need to choose. I would like to work in the field of international arbitration afterward and would like to examine these two programs in that spectrum.

I have received also a 25K scholarship from Miami, so the price for these two programs is similar for me.

Thank you very much


I'm also in your position, only that my scholarship from Miami is 10k, making it still more expensive than the MIDS. What did you decide?


I have come to the conclusion that attending the MIDS program is a better option. Both because of the price concerned and future possibilities after completing MIDS.

[quote][quote]Hi everyone, I have been admitted to Miami Law International Arbitration program and to the MIDS program at Geneva. Now I am not sure which program I need to choose. I would like to work in the field of international arbitration afterward and would like to examine these two programs in that spectrum.

I have received also a 25K scholarship from Miami, so the price for these two programs is similar for me.

Thank you very much[/quote]

I'm also in your position, only that my scholarship from Miami is 10k, making it still more expensive than the MIDS. What did you decide?[/quote]

I have come to the conclusion that attending the MIDS program is a better option. Both because of the price concerned and future possibilities after completing MIDS.
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Chizzy

I think I agree with you.

[Edited by Chizzy on Apr 20, 2019]

I think I agree with you.
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Spako

Did you choose ? may I ask you which one and why? Thank you infinitely...

[Edited by Spako on Apr 23, 2019]

Did you choose ? may I ask you which one and why? Thank you infinitely...
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