IE Business School is opening its doors to all candidates interested in the International MBA program. The event will take place on Friday, November 28th in Madrid (c/ María de Molina 31) and will include a master class, a soft skills workshop, a campus tour and a networking cocktail lunch with current International MBA students and IE Business school staff.…Details
Click below to watch an interview with David Bach, our dean of programs and renowned professor, speaking about the advantages of studying at IE and what kind of applicant fits into IE’s culture.
At IE Business School, we have a rolling admissions process, which means, no deadlines. However, we encourage you to apply in advance and with the International MBA November 2011 intake just around the corner here are some key dates to bear in mind: Intensive Spanish course (optional): September 19th to October 14th Pre-program (optional): October…Details
One of IE Business School’s key values is entrepreneurship. The school was founded in 1973 by a group entrepreneurs and we are proud that 10% of our alumni start their own ventures after gradauation. Jeremy Melul, International MBA Class of 2009 graduate, decided to start his own company Jogabo after finishing the program. We interviewed Jeremy…Details
If you have been admitted to the International MBA program November 2011 intake and wish to apply for a loan, from either Banca March or Caja Madrid, you must have your complete application submitted before September 1st, 2011. To learn more about both loan programs and to apply visit the Financial Aid blog. Si has sido admitido al programa International…Details
The Entrance Exam (IE Admissions Test/GMAT/GRE) is one of the requirements of the admissions process for the International MBA program. Only one exam is required, however, should a candidate sit the IE Admissions Test and also have the GMAT or GRE, it is recommended to present the additional exam. The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) has recently been accepted by hundreds of business…Details
Richard Barnard current student of the International MBA program – Class of 2010 describes his experience just as Core Period 2 starts: Core Period 2 is now upon us and it brings a variety of new challenges for the IMBA students to overcome. The majority of our Core Period 1 classes are now completed, only Managerial Economics, Marketing Fundamentals and Entrepreneurial Management…Details
1. Do your homework The IE interview is our chance to get to know you and to see if you are a good fit for our school and the program. In the interview we are look to see if candidates are aligned to our core values (entrepreneurship, innovation, social responsibility and diversity) and culture. For…Details
At IE Business School, we take a holistic approach to evaluating each candidate. We look at every aspect of your application; as such no single element is of unique importance within evaluation, but rather a compilation of all the elements submitted. Between those submitted elements are the letters of recommendation, fundamental in “adding score points…Details
Last week, Lisa Bevill, Director of Admissions for the International MBA program at IE Business School, responded to questions from prospective candidates at Businessweek.com Live Chat. She addressed questions about the admissions process, postgraduation job opportunities, dual-degree options, etcetera, during the live chat event. To learn more about the conversation, click here.