The Masters in Finance programs offer you an integrated finance education that covers the most diverse and up to date information on the finance industry and functional area.
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The level of quality of IE master's and executive education programs have positioned it among the best in the world in international rankings drawn up by key publications that include Financial Times, BusinessWeek, Forbes, The Economist, Aspen Institute and América Economía.All IE Rankings
IE Business School opened its doors in the heart of Madrid's financial district in 1973. Those early years saw the launch of its MBA and Executive MBA programs, and the creation of the School's Advisory board and its Alumni Association. As Spain opened up to the world IE served as a platform for debate on business challenges on an international level.Pasion>ie. "Pasión por innovar y emprender"
In 1983 the school's International MBA was born. The same decade saw the creation of IE's entrepreneurship department, geared to strengthen the school's entrepreneurial spirit, and new initiatives which included IE's Juan Lladó Award for cultural patronage. The campus now covered more than 7,000m2 and over 1,000 students attended IE master programs.
The IE Business School Foundation was created, coupled with the New-York based IE Fund, with the aim of fostering research and scholarships for brilliant students. IE also launched its Business Leadership Forum where key players meet to examine challenges in the fields of economy, politics and management. IE founded the Sumaq Alliance in collaboration with leading Latin American business schools.
IE has presented Larry Page and Sergey Brin, founders of Google, Craig R. Barret, CEO of Intel, and Emilio Azcárraga, President of Televisa, with Honoris Causa MBAs. IE has extended its education model to undergraduate level with IE University. Students from 92 countries on campus and 40,000 alumni working in 125 countries worldwide evidence IE's evolution to date.
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IE is a relatively young initiative that has extended its sphere of influence as it has matured, being fully cognizant of its impact on society.
Born of an entrepreneurial spirit centered on educating managers, IE has developed by integrating the interests and needs of business professionals with the demands of the organizations where they work.
Logically, this process has also been shaped by the interests and concerns of alumni and their business projects, which have brought added impetus to IE’s entrepreneurial approach.
The extension of the IE project to include a University, to further develop its special focus on social sciences, and to continue its extraordinary efforts in the fields of research and knowledge generation, has resulted in a qualitative leap in terms of the consolidation of areas in which IE had already gained considerable experience through its Schools of Law and Humanities. Further specialized Schools that already formed part of the University have served to enable IE to provide an exceptionally well-rounded educational experience.
The challenge now facing IE is that of endowing this hub of knowledge and educational experiences with a common identity which reflects a broad plethora of values. IE’s core values include the importance of an entrepreneurial mindset, the richness afforded by a diversity of people and cultures, technology as a tool for progress, and humanistic sensibility as a tool to heighten the capacity of a good business leader.
This identity must leave its mark on the trajectories of both the students and business organizations that work with IE, and on the way they understand how transparent governance is interrelated with the society in which they operate.
The vantage point provided by IE’s maturity brings an acute awareness of how it impacts its environment. Hence it has assumed a commitment to play a positive role in the creation of opportunities for the different segments that comprise the fabric of a thriving civil society.
IE’s ultimate aim is to have a positive impact on its students’ careers, on the sustainability of business organizations, on the creation of networks among students and graduates, and, in turn, on the communities in which they work as managers, or where they head their business initiatives.
In our capacity as a social agent in a global world, we want to help with an in-depth analysis of the ethical significance of corporate behavior, the importance of doing things properly when it comes to competitiveness in management, and the strengths needed by top-tier entrepreneurs and managers not only to run companies, but also to bring about a positive transformation of their environments.