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IE Community Finds Creative Ways to Secure Jobs
IE students and alumni take advantage of new resources to get jobs.
Is it appropriate to bump elbows after a job interview? How to stand out from a crowd when you aren’t even in the room? The new reality has added fresh protocol and strategy questions to the job search.
Increasingly, IE students and alumni are not only becoming more versed in the nuances of zoom meetings and virtual events, but also applying their newfound know-how and IE’s new resources for support to find jobs in imaginative ways.
Networking is a crucial factor in any job search. And in that respect, some things have stayed the same– albeit with a twist.
LinkedIn, the most instant form of connecting in the business world on a global scale, allows international connections to broaden job-seekers’ search into a range of sectors and markets.
LinkedIn gives young to experienced professionals the opportunity to expand their network while also gaining valuable tips on how to create their own personal brand profile that will attract job opportunities.
21 Dec 2020IE Community, The School
IE Foundation to hold sixth Prizes in the Humanities
The IE Foundation Prizes in the Humanities will host its sixth edition.
21 Dec 2020IE Community
Elle España X IE Business School: Talent Project 2021
Elle España collaborates with IE Business School to launch the Talent Project for 2021 that gives participants the opportunity to win a scholarship.
18 Dec 2020Programs, The School
IE Students learn about Sustainable Entrepreneurship
IE hosts the first ever Sustainability Week.
10 Dec 2020Campus Life, IE Community, The School
IE Business School is the No. 12 business school in Europe according to the Financial Times
The ranking takes into account various Master Programs and faculty composition.
The annual Financial Times ranking of European business schools consolidates the results that schools have achieved for each Financial Times ranking of the past year. This particular Financial Times ranking takes into account the European position of IE Business School in the following 2020 rankings: Master in Management, International MBA, Executive MBA, and Executive Education Open Programs. In addition, the composite ranking considers career and salary progression of students as well as faculty diversity.
“This latest ranking confirms IE Business School’s dedication to excellence in management education and to the promotion of positive change through education, research, and innovation. We continue to invest in faculty and innovate with our programs and pedagogies in order to provide students with a learning experience that is international, interdisciplinary, and relevant to the needs of the market. Our goal is to boost the careers of our graduates and to achieve this we work closely with international recruiters,” said Martin Boehm, Dean of IE Business School.
10 Dec 2020Recognitions, The School
IE Business School Team Cracks Top Ranks of LBS Consulting Competition
A team of International MBA candidates won 2nd place at LBS tournament.
02 Dec 2020Programs, Recognitions, The School
LinkedIn Live: Gender Balance in Executive Positions
Monika Hamori discusses women’s career advancement.
27 Nov 2020IE Community, The School
IE Students Talk Ethics and Integrity at First Challenge
The IE Ethics and Compliance Club challenges students with real-world ethical decision making.
26 Nov 2020IE Community, The School
IE University Challenge: “COVID Resilience in Africa”
BBA students pilot test the IE University Challenge to aid African organizations with pandemic aftermath.
IE Business School has included a compulsory course for 3rd year Bachelor in Business Administration students to work with several large African companies in order to create solutions for problems caused by Covid-19 in their industries as part of the IE University Challenge.
This challenge will be incorporated in all degree programs throughout the university in the future, however, 370 BBA students from the graduating class of 2022 will be the first to test it out.
“What we really want to do is open your minds about power and the future of this fantastic continent, but also you know what it actually means to engage across different borders that is not just about America, not just about Europe and not just about Asia,” Mark Smelik, the Vice-Dean of IE Business School for undergraduate programs told the participating students.
11 Nov 2020IE Community, Programs, The School
IE Business Student Awarded McKinsey Achievement Award
IMBA Candidate Anastasiia Paevskaia among recipients of 2020 McKinsey Award.
30 Oct 2020IE Community