From the moment you decide to apply to IE University to the moment you graduate, we strive to accommodate your needs and make your experience as comfortable as possible.
IE University has a non-discriminatory admissions policy. We are committed to equal opportunities without discrimination based on color, ancestry, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, age, nationality, marital status or disability.
We embrace the contribution each individual makes, not simply because humanism is at the heart of our values, but also because it is only by creating an inclusive space that we will all thrive.
Admissions and SEN coordinators will arrange accommodations on a case-by-case basis, taking individual needs into consideration.
This fully virtual exam is compliant with WCAG 2.0 AA standards. If you have any questions, please get in touch with the Admissions team.
At IE we always consider the unique needs of each new student admitted. Please note that while Spanish law prohibits institutions from asking individuals to disclose their disabilities, any student, professor, or staff member can request special services.
The University will assist with services including individual academic accommodations, study technique sessions, outside referrals, and others.
Throughout your time with us, we encourage you to communicate your learning needs to us so that we can adapt accordingly. Here’s how to do it!
First, understand the standard accommodations we make for different types of disability.
Download the Special Accommodations document to learn more, and let us know if you have any questions.
Whether you’re already enrolled or still in the application process, you can request accommodations in your learning journey on the Special Educational Needs (SEN) website. Here are the steps to follow:
You’ll access the Customer Support homepage, where you’ll search for “Special Education Needs Accommodations”
On the form, detail everything we need to know about your necessary accommodations. This information will be confidential and only viewed by a SEN Coordinator (from now on, SENCO).
Once you have your form filled out and any have uploaded your official diagnostic reports (Psychoeducational evaluations and/or medical documentation) email FunctionalDiversity@ie.edu to request an appointment with a SENCO.
After your appointment, you will receive an official resolution stating the accommodations we can provide. This resolution will also be sent to your program office, who will notify your professors of the necessary accommodations.
Whether you wish to build a career in DE&I or simply want to hone the skills to build an inclusive and diverse workplace, the DE&I Student Committee is the place for you.