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05/12/2013. Madrid (SPAIN)Admission Test
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Current Students & their experience at IEU
A Student's Week
It’s 3am and the paper due Monday morning makes me hope that Sunday night lasts long enough to meet the deadline. From 9 to 2 there are classes. At lunch the weekend’s stories are told over a handsome serving of food in the cafeteria. Some head off for group work and then afternoon classes in Economics, or Interpersonal Skills. There´s talk of meeting up with friends later in the evening, which merits a quick look at Campus Online to view the week’s schedule. This is what’s ahead:
Early morning classes are followed by a meeting for internships. The afternoon is free. To keep fit, the running track just behind the campus, with its amazing views, seems very gratifying. Tuesday night is usually a night on the town in Segovia, and nothing more need be said.
Class starts at 11am—time to recover from a late night. After lunch there’s football and, if time, a quick game of tennis or basketball. I rush back to campus to register for the ski trip and canoeing trip later in the month. In the afternoon we have group work to finish a presentation for the Business Management class tomorrow. In the evening there are reading assignments and papers to start, and then a movie with everyone in the Common Room.
The 9am class is on Cost Accounting, which is rigorous, after which is a presentation by the CEO of Telefónica, which keeps me wide awake. Thursday night should be for finishing the list of assignments before the weekend approaches. Thursday is also another night out in Segovia---and no one can say no to partying in Segovia.
I awake in time to rehearse my part of the presentation before class. Classes end in the early afternoon. I have time to pack up and take the train to Madrid for the weekend.
I awake to a call about playing golf the next day in Segovia. Promises are exchanged and I shift my horse-riding lesson to later in the afternoon. It’s time to meet up with friends for a late lunch and to plan the evening out. Everything is done to ensure that the plan proceeds with extreme precision.
I look at my watch and am up with a start. The train back to Segovia is in 30 minutes. The rush that starts Sunday morning continues on until Friday, and there will be little time to look back, as I’m already making plans for another busy week.
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Marvyn PaulThis is a small University and this is something I find really good; a very homey environment. We all know each other and it’s v...
This is a small University and this is something I find really good; a very homey environment. We all know each other and it’s very easy to make friends.
Susana RestrepoMy whole life I’ve been in Colombia, it’s my first time out of the country and here I find people that have lived in 5 countries...
My whole life I’ve been in Colombia, it’s my first time out of the country and here I find people that have lived in 5 countries and speak several languages, and I really like being able to learn from them.
Francisco BorgesI chose to study here because of the international campus and I saw that it was a very practical university....
I chose to study here because of the international campus and I saw that it was a very practical university. The rankings were another thing that were really important to me, I wanted a university with international presence and recognition.
Jessica IachiaWhat I like most about this university is its international atmosphere. Also, being a small university means it feels like I am ...
What I like most about this university is its international atmosphere. Also, being a small university means it feels like I am with my family. Here all fields of study end up integrating; Communication, Business, Architecture…and that way we all learn from each other.
Esme AlexanderI feel privileged to be studying in such as diverse and inspiring environment...
I feel privileged to be studying in such a diverse and inspiring environment. IE University takes both an intelligent and dynamic approach to learning that motivates and requires one to make the most of the numerous opportunities available. In addition to the rigorous academic life, the combination of living in Spain and having an international group of friends creates a totally unique experience that expands your horizons and prepares you for the future.
Tarun KVThe biggest difference is the abundance of opportunities that IE University provides....
The biggest difference is the abundance of opportunities that IE University provides. IE University takes a step further with the inclusion of the Advisor, who does whatever they can to help you be successful and give direction and shape to your dreams. At IE University you can aspire to do many things and the University will do its best to help you achieve them.
Eric CuevasIE University is a place where you have the opportunity to share your day to day life with people from all over the world....
IE University is a place where you have the opportunity to share your day to day life with people from all over the world. This makes everything more interesting and enables students to grow in a cultural and personal way.
Munya GwisaiWhat I like about IE is the international environment and the culture of entrepreneurship which is deeply engrained ...
What I like about IE is the international environment and the culture of entrepreneurship which is deeply engrained in the University's values. The vast resources available to students who are building their own businesses does a lot to foster the entrepreneurial spirit in the student community.
Valerie CrasemannThe international community at our University not only provides me with friends and contacts from around the world ...
The international community at our University not only provides me with friends and contacts from around the world, but it allows me to sit in a classroom where so many different cultures merge to discuss a topic from multiple angles. This is an experience that made me trust in myself and taught me how to think outside the box.
Marcel SelferIf you graduate from any university, you will find work in a business. If you graduate from IE University, you will own...
If you graduate from any university, you will find work in a business. If you graduate from IE University, you will own the business.