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Challenges

CLOSED PAST CHALLENGES

Closed Past Challenges - Mbarch Entrepreneurship Challenge IV Edition | IE School of Architecture and Design

MBArch Entrepreneurship Challenge IV Edition

Closed Past Challenges - Outstanding Architecture & Design Final Thesis Award | IE School of Architecture and Design

Outstanding Architecture & Design Final Thesis Award

Real Estate Competition III Edition | IE School of Architecture and Design

IE-IKEA INGKA Group Real Estate III Edition

Challenges portfolio | IE University

PORTFOLIO challenge 2023

We are looking for top emerging talent from around the world to join our first intake of the Master in Architecture, in the academic year 2023-2024. Invited are all those who hold a Bachelor Degree in Architecture, as that is the prerequisite basis for enrolling in our Master program.

OUTSTANDING ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN THESIS AWARD

Bringing together knowledge from many fields, including business, technology, design thinking, sustainability and management, along with critical thinking and creative approaches, we seek to empower students to prepare themselves for a changing world.

IE welcomes students who seek challenges and aspire to become leaders in the dynamic and evolving world of architecture and design.

MBARCH ENTREPRENEURSHIP CHALLENGE 2022 - III EDITION

In a rapidly changing world, we need entrepreneurs who are capable of questioning everything around them and changing it for the better. 

They challenge the status quo—whether that’s in business, industry or society—and are able to orchestrate people, resources and processes around problem-solving visions. On their journeys, they innovate, seek a positive impact and build valuable businesses.

Breaking Barries Challenge | IE University

BREAKING BARRIERS: EXPAND YOUR BRAND INTO THE METAVERSE

When Facebook changed its name to Meta, millions of people began wondering, "what is the metaverse?"

Put simply, it´s a virtual space where people can collaborate with one another and interact with places and things. It began gaining popularity amid the waves of COVID-19, meeting a need as the pandemic drew on. Today, it looks like the metaverse is set to become business as usual