Pablo Esteves from Emzingo recently published an article in The Economist talking about the nature of an MBA, its value and why social impact should be on everybody’s agenda. Would the economy be better off without MBA students? No. Should we blame the MBAs for the financial crisis? Let’s agree that they are not the…Details
IE Energy Club in conjunction with EDP Renovaveis and the IMBA team partnered together to send 23 students to visit a wind farm north of Madrid and to meet diverse members of the EDPR team. The trip was a great opportunity to learn more about wind energy, it’s markets and opportunities, and get familiarized with…Details
Greetings from Johannesburg, or Jozi, as it’s affectionately known, to locals. I’m here interning with the Emzingo Fellowship, a company started by two IE alumni, Ramon Marmolejos and Drew Bonfiglio, that trains MBA students to become responsible leaders while working on consulting projects for nonprofits, social businesses, and community organizations in developing countries. I am…Details
“Injustice, poverty, discrimination, environmental issues, on and on, the list of issues around us can be as long as you wish. It’s nothing new, to a point it has derived a sense of numbness in us. Many of us have read about it, contributed in donation, done a various degree of volunteer work. But are…Details
A team from IE Business School has competed in the 2nd Annual Hult Global Case Challenge – a call to action for the world’s brightest business school minds to tackle the world’s most pressing issues. The competition, in partnership with the Clinton Global Initiative and Water.org, an organization co-founded by Gary White and actor Matt…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
Last month the Brazilian television chain – Rede Globo – the third largest media group in the world, visited IE’s International Office in Brazil to learn more about IE Business School. IE gave full access to Rede Globo to get an insider view of the school and turn it into an interesting documentary about Madrid and IE Business School, which was shown…Details
IE’s 5th Social Responsibility Forum brought over 37 speakers from all over the globe to IE’s Madrid campus to discuss topics related to social business.
Check out the video of the event and see what speakers and students had to say.
Last week on Thursday 25th of November, at our Serrano 105 courtyard, International MBA students from November 2009, April 2010 and November 2010 intakes celebrated a Thanksgiving dinner. This was another great opportunity of networking for all intakes and to get to know the American cuisine. “Unfortunately, when most people think about American cuisine, they…Details