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Eiso Kant

27/01/2011 - Segovia

My favorite part of being in Segovia is the fact that we all live so close to each other. Whether you live in the residence or in the city, everyone is very close to each other and we can see each other a lot. 

Jorge Schnura

27/01/2011 - International

IE is a really international Uni, it’s a great thing, there’s no environment where you can get to know so many cultures and points of views. I think it’s one of the top 3 strengths of this University. 

Alicia Millan

27/01/2011 - International

When I started to look for a place to study that would prepare me to reach my future and professional goals, one of the most important criteria for me was an international university. So for me, IE University is the place to study and get to know different cultures. And it’s a unique place, a historical monument, and at the same time very modern. Who would’ve said a year ago I would now have friends from every continent? 

Patricia Llopis

27/01/2011 - Segovia

The nicest thing about Segovia is everything is so close. It’s a 5 minute walk everywhere so you don’t need a car. 

Alicia Millan

27/01/2011 - International

When I started to look for a place to study that would prepare me to reach my future and professional goals, one of the most important criteria for me was an international university. So for me, IE University is the place to study and get to know different cultures. And it’s a unique place, a historical monument, and at the same time very modern. Who would’ve said a year ago I would now have friends from every continent? 

Claudio Bassi

27/01/2011 - Segovia

It’s  a small city, it’s comfortable, its really nice and everything is within walking distance. 

Natalia Molina

27/01/2011 - The Residence

At night at the residence they offer two rooms for you to study, so I spend my nights there when I need to.

Svenja Wegfahrt

27/01/2011 - University Campus

I love the atmosphere of the university because it’s very personal. It’s not the typical university life; classes are small, people know you and know quite a lot about you and focus on your personal skills.

María Gabriela Cardoza

27/01/2011 - Diversity

I want to do international business and I think it offers a setting where they bring students from everywhere in the world and there’s so much diversity.

Luis Enrique Caraballo

27/01/2011 - University Campus

What caught my attention first was the infrastructure; it is so historical and nice, but also the people, the diversity on campus and how accepting everyone was. It allows you to be yourself. The group has definitely accepted who I am.

Milan Radivojevic

27/01/2011 - Students

What was most surprising to me was the sort of people I’ve met here, they have a different mentality. I’ve met a lot of interesting people here. 

María Victoria Velasco

27/01/2011 - Accommodation

I like living with a family because they treat us like we were part of it.

Alex Warzecha

27/01/2011 - Accommodation

I really like living with my host family because they’re really kind. The first week my host mom and I had a laugh attack, and they have helped me so much with my  Spanish.

Alicia Millan

28/01/2011 - International

When I started to look for a place to study that would prepare me to reach my future and professional goals, one of the most important criteria for me was an international university. So for me, IE University is the place to study and get to know different cultures. And it’s a unique place, a historical monument, and at the same time very modern. Who would’ve said a year ago I would now have friends from every continent?

Milan Radivojevic

28/01/2011 - Students

What was most surprising to me was the sort of people I’ve met here, they have a different mentality. I’ve met a lot of interesting people here.

María Victoria Velasco

28/01/2011 - Accommodation

I like living with a family because they treat us like we were part of it.

Alex Warzecha

28/01/2011 - Accommodation

I really like living with my host family because they’re really kind. The first week my host mom and I had a laugh attack, and they have helped me so much with my  Spanish.

Alex Warzecha

28/01/2011 - Segovia

I have a friend in Salamanca and another in Madrid. Seems like their experience has been good but they haven’t connected with the people as well as I have. It's kind of a smaller city and it’s the size I feel comfortable with.

Luis Enrique Caraballo

28/01/2011 - The Residence

I am staying at the residence this year. It is more comfortable and I can be more involved with the university atmosphere.

Jorge Ospina

28/01/2011 - The Residence

I chose to live at the residence because I felt it was more comfortable. There is a cleaning and food service. Additionally, it is 30 seconds away from class, which is very convenient.

Sophie Ulrich

28/01/2011 - Spain

I really like the Spanish lifestyle because its really laid back, you feel really comfortable here. The weather, I think that’s an important factor because if you have blue skies every day, the mentality is totally different. You walk everywhere, people are nice to you, people are talking to you in the street.. it's great.

Ania Garcia

28/01/2011 - Classes

At the beginning, because classes were in English and I was not used to that, I took language classes from the Language Center and they were quite a lot of help to get used to studying in English.

Luis Enrique Caraballo

28/01/2011 - Classes

I was already fluent in English, but decided to go to grammar tutorials and I'm now even better.

Luis Enrique Caraballo

28/01/2011 - Classes

We do have a lot of work to do, it's got nothing to do with school. We have to work a lot more and study for hours outside the classroom.

Luis Enrique Caraballo

28/01/2011 - Students

Working alongside students from other programs is very interesting, as you have to learn how to get along with different types of people. It's super interesting to notice how depending on the bachelor you are studying you have different perceptions about life or any specific project.

Luis Enrique Caraballo

28/01/2011 - International

We will spend this summer in Mumbai, collaborating with an NGO and we'll attend class online two or three times per week.

Jorge Ospina

28/01/2011 - Students

I really get along with fellow students as this university is not massified, and everyone knows each other, spends time together, parties, goes on trips.

Fernando Sánchez

28/01/2011 - Classes

I chose IE University because I believe it's a university which adapts itself to modern times. We use tools and concepts which are more adapted to the current world than other universities.

Paola Gilmartín

28/01/2011 - Professors

Professors are very competent and are always willing to help us and schedule tutorials whenever a student needs it.

Paola Gilmartín

28/01/2011 - Professors

Classes here are very small, so the relationship is very personal and professors can help us out whenever we have any problem.

Luis Enrique Caraballo

28/01/2011 - Classes

I decided to join IE University because it fits the best with the education that I want. Their vision of education is ‘fresh’ and I feel motivated and on the right track being among the best.

John Lano

28/01/2011 - Segovia

Things here are going on all the time, at least for me it's a big change and a great change because you go out and for example, just last week we decided to go on a really long 'tapeo' and we were able to go to 10 different bars in one night, there were people our age, people older, younger, and it was a great mix.

Maria Gabriela Cardoza

31/01/2011 - Students

People here are so friendly. I was a bit nervous at first, as I am experiencing new cultures and meeting people from everywhere around the world. You definitely learn both how to find things in common and  things you can learn from each other.

Cécile Houlès

31/01/2011 - Segovia

I was used to living in big cities and I wasn’t sure what it would be like in a small city like this but I found there is in fact a lot of activity and a lot going on here.

Cécile Houlès

31/01/2011 - International

It was wonderful to find such an international university in Spain. Normally you’d think you have to go to the United States or United Kingdom to find something so international, but I found the mix of so many cultures and nationalities here.

Daniel Lilischkies

31/01/2011 - International

I was looking for a more international focus on business as well as have the chance to learn a new language.

Agathe Turpin

31/01/2011 - Diversity

My Presentation Skills Project team was composed by someone from Libya, Germany, and Portugal, so we were a very diverse group, which was very interesting, because we all had different ideas and it was great to put them together.

Francisco Borges

26/09/2011 - Students

I chose to study here because of the international campus and because I saw that it was a very practice oriented university. The rankings were another thing that was really important to me, as I wanted a university with international presence and recognition.