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The Economist Ranks IE Brown EMBA Program 3rd in the World and 1st in Europe

IE Brown EMBA Tops Ranking’s Section Focused on “Program Quality”.

The latest ranking of Executive MBA programs from The Economist has positioned the IE Brown Executive MBA program as third in the world, and first in Europe and Spain. In addition, the ranking, which occurs every two years, places the IE Brown EMBA first in “program quality,” which measures student satisfaction, and fifth in the individual sections focused on “faculty,” “networking,” and “career progression.”

30 Jun 2020

 

Programs, Recognitions
Martin Boehm Announced as GMAC’s Chairperson of the Board

Martin Boehm Announced as GMAC’s Chairperson of the Board

IE Business School Dean Positioned to Focus on Relevance and Agility of Management Education in Post COVID World.

26 Jun 2020

 

Faculty
TechIE moves online and becomes a global success

TechIE moves online and becomes a global success

The third edition of the TechIE Conference met with great success as it was held online for the first time. IE University joined forces with some of ...

25 Jun 2020

 

IE Community, The School
IE Alumni’s African Startups Find Solutions for Global Challenges

IE Alumni’s African Startups Find Solutions for Global Challenges

IE alumni’s businesses find solutions to global challenges amidst Africa’s promising startup landscape.

24 Jun 2020

 

IE Community, Programs, The School
Master in Finance Ranked 1st in Spain and 12th Worldwide by Financial Times

IE Business School Master in Finance Ranked 1st in Spain and 12th Worldwide by Financial Times

The one year Master in Finance trains young professionals in the tools, techniques and strong financial grounding to succeed in the ever-changing ...

15 Jun 2020

 

Programs, Recognitions

Recruiters Rave About IE’s Virtual Talent Forum

Amazon, Salesforce, Siemens and 125 other companies participated in the Virtual Talent Forum.

Recruiters from around the world praised IE’s first Virtual Talent Forum, which attracted 128 companies—including 50 that had never before attended the job fair.

“The Virtual Talent Forum proved an excellent place to meet and connect with IE’s fantastic student base,” said Zalando’s Employer Branding Specialist Tim Price. “The event will help us keep in touch and build longer lasting relationships between Zalando and our future talents”.

25 May 2020

 

The School

International MBA Students Applaud Women in Tech Mentoring Program

Female International MBA students enjoy one-on-one mentorship for tech-related jobs as world wrestles with coronavirus.

18 May 2020

 

Programs, The School

Five Promising Sustainability Startups to Watch

IE Business School alumni have launched environmentally-sensitivity startups. Here are five winners to keep an eye on.

13 May 2020

 

Programs, The School

IE Business School Competes in MBA Impact Investing Network & Training

A team of IE Business School’s MBA students competed in the MBA Impact Investing Network & Training.

28 Apr 2020

 

Programs, The School

More IE Business School Alumni Initiatives Against Covid-19

Feeding those in need, offering free services, raising funds and providing medical gear set example in fight against Covid-19.

23 Apr 2020

 

IE Community, Programs, The School

The Global Health Network and the Knowledge Exchange for Covid-19

Sustainable research teams sharing knowledge related to Covid-19 has made the Global Health Network an important tool in the new pandemic.

23 Apr 2020

 

IE Community, Programs, The School

IE Business School Tops QS Online MBA World Ranking

The school tops the ranking for fourth consecutive year.

22 Apr 2020

 

Recognitions, The School

IE Business School Alumni Help Fight Covid-19

From free services to 3D printing, IE Business School alumni set example and step up to fight Covid-19.

02 Apr 2020

 

IE Community, Programs, The School

Forbes Names Two IE Alumni to 30 Under 30 List

Two Business school alumni snagged coveted spots on Forbes’ list of 30 Under 30 –Europe 2020, the annual roundup of the brashest risk-takers of the year.

Forbes selected two IE University alumni– Luca Bovone and Edouard Gouin– for its prestigious 30 Under 30 2020- Europe List published this month.

As founders of their own start-ups, Bovone, 28, and Gouin, 29, represent the entrepreneurial spirit of their alma mater on two different sections of the Forbes listing, Manufacturing/Industry and Arts/Culture.

It’s a pleasure to be included in a list where many of my role models, like the founders of Instagram and Spotify, have been before me,” said Bovone. “The opportunity to connect with other under 30 innovators is great and can add a lot value, especially as the founder journey can be sometimes lonely.”

30 Mar 2020

 

IE Community, Programs, The School

The Economic Implications of the Coronavirus

The crisis in Europe began with a lockdown in Italy’s Lombardy region. It was the starting point of the big falls in the stock markets of Europe, ...

27 Mar 2020

 

Faculty

A Rewarding Experience at 12:00 pm (CET Time)

On Wednesday, March 18, I held my last Marketing session with my group from the Master in Management, which started in January. It is a group that I ...

25 Mar 2020

 

Leadership and the Social Essence of Human Beings

Sometimes the universe insists on reminding us that, as human beings, we have an eternal obligation to improve ourselves. What better time to ...

25 Mar 2020

 

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