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21/03/2012 - IE University
Segovia City Council signed a collaboration agreement today with IE University whereby the city’s Casa de Moneda (Royal Mint) building will house a business laboratory run by IE University to promote innovation and help develop an entrepreneurial mindset in the region. IE University will thus be collaborating with the city of Segovia to convert the Casa de Moneda, a cultural heritage building considered the oldest example of industrial architecture of its kind in Europe, into an international incubator for innovative businesses.
02/02/2012 - IE University, International Relations, Finance
IE University is to extend its program portfolio for the upcoming 2012/2013 academic year with new bachelor degrees in Finance and International Relations, as well as running sections of its Bachelor in Business Administration and its Dual Degree in Business Administration and Law at its Madrid campus.
16/01/2012 - IE University, Bachelor in Business Administration
IE University’s Bachelor in Business Administration and Dual Degree BBA and Law will have a section based in Madrid for the coming 2012-2013 academic year in addition to that of Segovia. The Madrid-based option is the latest addition to IE University’s business administration programs, which to date have been run exclusively at the University’s Segovia campus. Both sections will offer a degree program with a markedly international slant and a special focus on entrepreneurship, with the same faculty, program content, and extracurricular activities.
10/01/2012 - Business Administration, IE University
IE University’s Bachelor in Business Administration has been accredited by AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), the US-based international accrediting agency for business programs. IE University’s Bachelor in Business Administration thus joins the list of IE Business School programs that have been accredited since 2001.
22/12/2011 - IE University;
Luis de Guindos, an economist at IE Business School and director of the PwC and IE Business School Center for the Finance Sector, has been appointed Spain's new Minister of Finance and Competitiveness.