In June, Master in International Management students visited San Francisco as part of the Global Immersion Week. As well as getting to know the city of San Francisco, the trip allowed students to attend Conferences and Roundtable events where the issues of innovation and high technology markets were discussed. They also had the opportunity to visit companies, to…Details
During the first week of October, IE hosts the International Careers Fair. The event provides a platform for students to establish contacts with companies from a wide variety of sectors. More than 100 companies normally attend, ranging from Accenture and Ernst & Young to Dior and Loewe. The IE Careers Fair is now the leading fair of its…Details
Hear what Jonathan, from Ghana, has to say about his experience in Madrid, his future plans, etcetera.
We’re only just a few weeks away until the start of the program. Let us run you through the key dates for the Master in International Management September 2011 intake: Opening Ceremony: September 13th Orientation days: September 14th to 23rd Graduation: July 20th Beyond borders Experience (optional): July 2012 to December 2012 Solo nos quedan…Details
The past months have flown and we have now reached the Summer Holidays! MIM students who have not yet completed the program will now have some time off as part of their Summer break. During the holiday students travel to their home countries to recharge batteries and prepare themselves for their BBE (September intake) and Specialization Period (February intake).…Details
Bernardo Daza, current student of the Master in International Management class of 2010 tells us about the last phase of the program: The Final Exam. We are approaching our final weeks of our specialization period and every student in the Master in International Management will have to make one last effort in order to become…Details
A few weeks ago, some of our students embarked on a trip to Shanghai as part of the Global Immersion Week. The theme of the trip was Global Supply Chains, and students got to see first hand how the Chinese economy is growing and who the main drivers are.
At IE Business School, we take a holistic approach to evaluating each candidate. We look at every aspect of your application and we therefore don’t place higher importance on any particular aspect, but rather a compilation of all the elements submitted. Among the documents you are required to submit are the letters of recommendation, fundamental in “adding…Details
Here’s a picture of our Master in International Management class from the September 2010 intake set to graduate on July 22nd. These cool customers have an average age of 23.9 with 1.3 average professional experience. We have a class that is 43% female and 90% of students are from an international background and they can…Details
Bernardo Daza, current student of the Master in International Management class of 2010 tells us about the importance of making presentations in the program. At IE Business School, students are encouraged and required to prepare final presentations for certain subjects, just like in company conferences or regular business presentations in certain industries. IE students work in groups…Details