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21/04/2015 - IE University
Fifteen pre-university students from Africa, America, Asia and Europe will meet up from April 20 – 24 at IE University’s Madrid and Segovia campuses to discuss ideas that could help improve higher education. IE University is holding the seventh edition of its International Junior Advisory Board, a committee comprised of fifteen international students who have in common an outstanding academic profile, an entrepreneurial mindset, a capacity for leadership, and the ability to speak several languages.
13/03/2015 - IE University
IE University students will be taking part for the second year running in the prestigious Hult Prize, the world’s biggest competition in which students with social entrepreneurial projects compete for a prize of a million dollars.
11/03/2015 - Architecture, IE University
On the occasion of the International Year of Light declared by UNESCO, Segovia’s City Council and IE University’s d-lab are running an international competition entitled From Limit To Live It to design a temporary artistic display on the northern section of the medieval walls surrounding the historic district of Segovia.
06/03/2015 - IE University BIR
This morning Cecilia Malmström, European Commissioner for Trade, examined the challenges facing EU trade policy with students and professors of IE University’s Bachelor and Master in International Relations. The EU Commissioner was received by the President of IE, Diego del Alcázar, and Arantza de Areilza, Dean of IE School of International Relations.
20/01/2015 - IE University,
“PANGEA. The 2015 Starting Point”will be the largest exhibition of young talent ever held. From January 28 – 30 of 2015, Madrid will host this international meeting in which over 200 young people from 65 countries will take part, aged between 16 and 24 years old, all with a marked entrepreneurial spirit and a focus on innovation. The capital of Spain will, for a few days, be a key meeting point for a generation of youngsters who are currently known worldwide for their talent and the new ideas they propose. Participants include Alyssa Carson, who will be the first person in history to step onto Mars in 2033, or 14-year-old Jordan Casey from Ireland, who is Europe’s youngest CEO having set up three companies. The event, which is the result of an idea of a group of IE University students, enjoys the support of powerful international institutions like Telefónica Open Future, Endesa, Microsoft, the Rafael del Pino Foundation, IE University and Universia.