“Take action on the world in order to transform it”- Pedagogy of the Oppressed I found this quote late last year and it has stuck with me and possibly epitomizes one of my main reasons for choosing to follow the path that has led me to attending IE for a Masters in International Management. My…Details
As September is approaching soon, lets take another sneak-peak into the background of another new member of theIE family – Kimberly ReMine. Name: Kimberly ReMine Nationality: USA (American) Ethnicity: Asian Alma Mater: DePaul University, Chicago, IL Study Abroad: Zagreb, Croatia (2011) Interesting Facts: Adopted at 6-months old, 4 brothers, Does not speak Spanish!, Went 3 months without…Details
It´s summer, it´s warm and for many of you it´s almost time to start your IE experience here in Madrid – 10 months that will fly by in a blink of an eye. But just FYI, here are the key dates for this year’s September intake: Intensive Spanish course (optional): 13th August to 7th September…Details
As September is approaching soon, lets take another sneak-peak into the background of another new member of theIE family – Marc-Antoine Kassis. Hola, my name is Marc-Antoine Kassis and I am a Lebanese born in Canada where I lived the first seven years of m y life before I moved back to Lebanon. I obtained a bachelor…Details
As September is approaching soon, lets take a sneak-peak into the background of one of our new IE family members – Leah Wald. Leah Wald is from Washington, D.C. though she also attended a boarding school in Jerusalem, Israel. At the age of 16, she traveled to a former Farabundo Martini National Liberation Front (FMLN)…Details
This post was composed by one of our students, Manu Aggarwal. “As the summer time loomed in the air and everyone started relaxing a bit, a mass of 400+ students entered the IE Business School in the heard of Madrid, all set to take up the challenges of their last core term. Till date, they…Details
Take a look at IE Business School’s new space in the center of Madrid. Opening late August 2012!
And in case you are still in exams, dont worry! Summer will knock on your door as well very soon.
Have a great summer everybody and see you back here in September!
QUICK QUESTION: How does the Community Engagement Grading System work? Student involvement is measured using a point system, with points accumulated for attendance and/or performance at events. The minimum number of points to pass the course is THIRTY. Students who do not accumulate the minimum of 30 points will automatically receive a C+, outside of…Details
…Laura Saralegui, from Madrid’s Polytechnic University, was the winner of Women Entrepreneurs in Europe ´12 with her innovative water treatment system that eliminates waste generated by cosmetic treatments with a high potential for polluting urban water supplies.