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17/01/2013 - IE University
The Rakatá company’s production of William Shakespeare’sHenry VIII will begin its tour of Spanish cities in Segovia on February 1, in IE University’s aula magna, housed in the former church of the Santa Cruz la Real Convent. The Convent was declared a national heritage site in 1931 and is one of Segovia’s most spectacular buildings, rebuilt by the Catholic Kings at the end of the fifteenth century. The play is directed by Ernesto Arias and has been nominated for fourteen Max Awards. Tickets are available at Segovia’s Visitors Reception Center.
30/11/2012 - Architecture, IE University
Last Friday, Spain’s IE School of Architecture and Design organized a workshop focused on What’s Next in Workspaces? Designing with Change. Held at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London, the event moderated by Martha Thorne, Associte Dean for External Relations at IE School of Architecture & Design and Executive Director of the Pritzker Prize, brought together leading experts from both sides of the Atlantic.
13/11/2012 - IE University
International experts from over twenty higher education institutions in different world continents met in Madrid at the conference on Reinventing Higher Education: new ways of differentiation to discuss challenges and new trends in the sector.
29/10/2012 - Law, IE Law School
IE University in Madrid has joined forces with the prestigious College of Law to create an LL.B degree in Civil and English Law combining study of the civil and common law traditions. The innovative course is open to students undertaking the IE University LL.B. On successful completion of the four-year dual degree study program students will receive both the IE LL.B and the College of Law’s LL.B in Civil and English Law meaning that they are able to qualify as lawyers in the English, Welsh and Spanish jurisdictions.
25/10/2012 - IE University
IE University holds the No. 43 position worldwide in the International Herald Tribune ranking of the main universities that employers intend to recruit from in the future, and which have the best graduates. The ranking is based on the opinion of 2,200 CEOs and top-tier executives from 1,000 companies in Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, the US and the UK, about the best 150 universities in terms of employability. US universities Harvard and Yale lead the ranking, followed by Cambridge and Oxford in the UK.