Live a life changing experience Our experienced faculty and the continuous pursuit of innovation and excellence, enables us to offer programs that are both relevant and forward-looking.
Understanding our built environment and the world around us
Programs to enable students to engage with the world and change it.
Make meaningful environments
The Bachelor in Architecture is aimed at those who aspire to make innovative, sustainable and meaningful environments.
Create a better reality
The Bachelor in Design is a comprehensive degree that seeks to challenge today’s physical, experiential, functional and emotional reality. It is aimed to flexible and audacious individuals who can seek creative solutions for a better and sustainable life, even when faced with limited resources.
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Internship & Study Abroad
IE School of Architecture and Design understands that collaboration, especially on an international level, contributes to our community and that real world experience is fundamental within the field of architecture and design. For those reasons, the Bachelor in Architecture offers opportunities to do internships with organizations and studios worldwide, and also to study a semester abroad. The Bachelor in Design offers you the opportunity to do hands on work in projects of an international nature.Know our Internship & Study Abroad
Segovia, Madrid and the online campus
IE has three campuses, each with its own distinct identity and advantages, and all inter-related: Madrid, the vibrant capital of Spain; the historic city of Segovia, less than an hour from the capital; and our online learning environment.Know our campuses
IE School of Architecture and Design is set apart from other schools, and its students are offered master classes from leading international professionals, such as Alejandro Aravena or Shigeru Ban, who have been awarded Pritzker prizes. These experts bring intellectual diversity and practical insights straight to the classroom to create rich and challenging programsKnow our Guest Critics