Renowned cinematic maestro Francis Ford Coppola took center stage at IE University in Madrid, igniting a visionary discussion at 'The Next 50' Grand Finale ceremony held within the iconic IE Tower. His insights blazed a trail through the future's challenges in education, humanities, AI, sustainability, and the dynamic realm of work.
Through innovative programs and high-impact research, we prepare future leaders and expand knowledge in the creative industries.
In this inaugural lecture, our Dean, David Goodman, explored the contributions of creative industries to a more sustainable, just, and beautiful world. The event commenced at IE Tower, where he presented his vision for the future and outlined the central challenges ahead. Subsequently, a TownHall discussion was conducted at Segovia campus. Watch the video below to gain valuable insights from this significant event for our school.
Student projects at the school are varied, from designing a masterplan to regenerate a site to inventing an app or branding a country. These experiences prepare students for the real world of work, instilling in them the skills and determination they need to anticipate their future employers’ needs.
Whether taking part in a bachelor’s or master’s degree, everyone has the opportunity to participate in meaningful, career-boosting projects. This means that regardless of a student’s chosen path, there is a major practical element to each IE student’s training.
Madrid offers the perfect blend of traditional culture, a fast-growing economy, professional opportunities and fun. Study in a city full of possibilities, ideal for any ambitious professional.
Traditional culture, small-town charm and natural landscapes—studying in Segovia is an immersive Spanish experience. Escape the big city and study in a World Heritage Site.
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