This new semester has brought with it some big changes to the IE Campus online as we took advantage of the summer break to roll out a completely new version – incorporating for the first time a dedicated mobile site – IE Campus Mobile. Now when students access the IE Campus from a smartphone, they…Details
Richard Barnard, current student of the International MBA program – Class of 2010, speaks about the next step in his career after coming back from his internship. All the International MBA students are now back for either a term of electives, Core Period 3 classes or Core Period 2 classes depending on whether they are…Details
IE Business School has further consolidated itself as one of the leaders in innovative teaching practices by being ranked 3rd in Aspen’s biannual sustainability ranking. The ranking looks at the level of integration of social, ethical and environmental issues in MBA and executive education programs and sees IE Business School climb from 9th in the…Details
IE Business School’s Dean of Programs, David Bach, has posted an article on the Harvard Business Review blog on the three things he thinks Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt should say when he testifies to the US Senate today. For the uninitiated, the US senate has set-up an anti-trust sub-committee to see whether Google illegally leverages its…Details
The International MBA at IE is truly international, with students from 75 different countries partaking in last year’s program. Click here to see how our diversity spans across different regions.
Check out our new video below celebrating all the different nationalities we have on campus.
Check out this new interview with Alexey, one of our International MBA students. In this short clip he speaks about IE’s focus on entrepreneurship and what it’s like living in the center of Madrid.
Love it or loath it, the global petroleum market is always in the news. Whether it’s OPEC dictating output or governments imposing new tax regulations, such topics are always likely to cause great debate amongst economists and the general public alike. IE Business School’s World Oil Prices game brings this discussion to the classroom –…Details
The International MBA program hosted a cocktail last night to celebrate the arrival of more than 60 exchange students from around the world. The students came from a wide variety of schools, including Nanyang University, University of San Diego, HEC Paris, Manchester Business School and NYU Stern. As this photo suggests, there was much joviality…Details
The Forté Foundation has recently published their ten tips for the MBA application process. Among their recommendations are defining your career goals (short- and long- term), doing your research and speaking to people who have gone through the process themselves. A lot of it may seem common sense at first but it’s important that, as…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