Liquid Learning in The Press

Learn more about press and digital media appearances of Liquid Learning thanks to the experiences of our Professors, researchers, students and staff while applying the Model witin IE’s community.

"Liquid learning is our educational method for the future". Haufe Newspaper. February 11th 2022. (Original article in German)

Professor Nick van Dam, IE’s Chief Learning Officer, describes how Liquid Learning is a student centric model where the experience of the students is at the heart of the learning process at IE. For example, students work on team assignments presenting real-world problems researching and working in groups aiming to promote critical thinking, debating and developing presentation skills.

The activities are complemented by constructive feedback, taking into account that this kind of feedback is not about who you are, but always about observed behaviors. An affective narrative for feedback is always: I've observed this behaviour, share the effects, ask the person to think about it, and finally discuss the next steps. This kind of constructive feedback comes from fellow students and IE Professors.


Poets & Quants identifies IE University as one of the five European Business Schools to Watch In 2021

A combination of solid reasons are behind this analysis: On the one hand, IE’s Liquid Learning model that joins together faculty excellence with the latest teaching techniques and technological innovations with, on the other hand, its Global Campus as IE students can choose where to follow their courses: being for instance at its new campus located in the northern area of Madrid: the 180 meters high Caleido’s Tower or at IE’s city center campus, or rather enjoy their classes at its historical and inspiring campus in Segovia or even follow them on line from every corner in the planet.



Higher Education Review India stands out how IE University is committed to educating professionals who will make a difference to society thanks to its innovative vision, entrepreneurial spirit, and focus on humanities and academic rigor.


EKB Russia: "More than Learning: Challenges of a New Normality"

Nick van Dam offered a conference at Sberbank University in Moscow, focusing on the impact of the pandemic on the education system as a whole and the role of Liquid Learning to overcome this challenge.


El Economista: IE University pone en marcha el Center for Liquid Learning (Article in Spanish)

IE University has announced the opening of its new 'Center for Liquid Learning' with the aim of expanding and facilitating the exchange of knowledge about this unique learning methodology in the world, developed by the academic institution.


Europa Press: IE University pone en marcha el 'Center for Liquid Learning' (Article in Spanish)

Thanks to the 'liquid learning' method, students and Professors can move easily from the classroom to the digital sphere, something key in a world in constant change, and have an active, collaborative and personalized learning.


Publico Newspaper. Portugal.

Liquid learning: delivering value is not just transferring the slides from the room to the screen. It is necessary to train the Professors, implement and master technology. (Article in Portuguese)


"Hiperaulas y aprendizaje líquido en los campus de la postpandemia". El Mundo Newspaper. June 9th (Article in Spanish)

The pandemic has accelerated the changes in spaces, times and degrees in higher education


"Liquid Learning: How the epidemic is reshaping universiy education". Cankao Xiaoxi Newspaper. (Original Article in Chinese).

In a world where we will live longer, work longer, change jobs more frequently, and must constantly recycle ourselves, universities are using the impact of the new crown epidemic to update themselves from top to bottom. It can be said that the epidemic has further accelerated the changes that have already appeared before.


Why You’ll Be Liquid Learning On Your MBA After COVID-19. BusinessBecause publication. (Original article in English).

IE Business School developed a new model of teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic to meet the needs of international students. Here’s why that liquid learning model is here to stay


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