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#MIRinBrussels- Master in International Relations Brussels Trip 2019

After two intensive terms of in-class work and solid theoretical learning, the IE Master in International Relations class of 2019 took to Brussels, Belgium to explore the practical side of their recently acquired knowledge.

01 Apr 2019

 

Events, Master in International Relations, Students

Is a Master’s Degree in International Relations Worth it?

You don’t need us to tell you that our world is in a constant state of flux. From global political stand-offs to catastrophic climate change ...

28 Mar 2019

 

Master in International Relations, News

Dual Degree Student Jessica Harmer goes to The 2019 MBA World Summit

The 2019 MBA World Summit was held between March 13 and 15 in Sydney, Australia at the UNSW Business School. In those few days, 100 students from the ...

25 Mar 2019

 

IE Master in International Relations Students Participate in NASPAA-Batten Global Migration Simulation Competition.

Four members of the current Master in International Relations class had the opportunity to represent IE School of Global & Public Affairs at the ...

01 Mar 2019

 

Events, Master in International Relations, News, Students

Presentation on the working paper- US Trends That Matter For Europe: A New World In The Making

 The IE School of Global and Public Affairs had the recent pleasure to host the launching of the working paper, “US Trends That Matter for ...

27 Feb 2019

 

What is Social Entrepreneurship?

Social responsibility is increasingly important in today’s professional world, with many companies integrating it into their advertising campaigns ...

19 Feb 2019

 

Master in International Relations

IE University experts among the top 100 Spanish Economic Leaders for Tomorrow on the Choiseul Institute ranking

Manuel Muñiz, Jaime de Aguinaga, Idoia Ortiz de Artiñano and Diego Rubio ranked among the top 100 Spanish Economic Leaders on the Choiseul Institute ranking. Ranking reflects leading Spanish professionals aged under 42.

Four experts from IE School of Global and Public Affairs have been included among the 100 top Spanish leaders by the Choiseul Institute, an independent think tank positioned as the international benchmark in identifying and supporting young talent.

Manuel Muñiz, who occupies the tenth place in the ranking, is the Dean of the School of Global and Public Affairs at IE University and Rafael del Pino Professor of Practice of Global Transformation. He is also the Founding Director of IE’s Center for the Governance of Change, an institution dedicated to studying the challenges posed by accelerated societal and technological transformation to the public and private sectors. Dr. Muñiz’s research interests fall within the fields of innovation and disruption, political economy, and regional and global governance.

18 Feb 2019

 

Academics, Manuel Muñiz, News

What is the 2030 Agenda?

The UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is a comprehensive plan that outlines how we can abolish poverty and transform the world into a ...

18 Feb 2019

 

Master in International Development, News

Women in Economic Leadership- Ending the Discrimination Between Women and Men is Our Pending Priority as Societies in the XXI Century

Discussing one of the most pressing issues of our time, five leading women in the field of economics gathered Jan. 16 at IE's Aula Magna to share ...

30 Jan 2019

 

Economics, Guests, News, Politics

How Countries All Over the World are Responding to the 2030 Agenda – and How You Can Help!  

Launched at a UN Summit in New York in September 2015, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is a detailed plan set out to end poverty in every ...

28 Jan 2019

 

Master in International Development, News, Politics

IE School of Global and Public Affairs joins NASPAA, the global accreditor that supports elite institutions focused on Public Policy

The council of members of NASPAA, the recognized global accreditor of master's degree programs in the fields of Public Policy, Affairs, and ...

24 Jan 2019

 

Academics, News, Students

The State of Trade Between Spain, the European Union and the United States – with guest Speaker Thomas Reott Economic Counselor to the U.S. Embassy in Spain

In the midst of shifting American foreign policy and talks about trade wars between the United States and China, Economic Counselor to the U.S. ...

22 Jan 2019

 

Killer cotton: Fashion’s parasitic relationship with Indian farmers, Bachelor in International Relations student Wesley Swan explains his analysis

Clothing manufacturers are preying on the developing world for their cheap capital and labor to maintain speedy production. Fast fashion, the ...

16 Jan 2019

 

Bachelor in International Relations, Politics, Students