Study in Segovia
Located in the city of Segovia, IE University offers an immersive campus experience. It is housed in the Convent of Santa Cruz la Real, a historic building declared a national heritage site in 1931.
Our campus in Segovia is only 25 minutes from Madrid via high-speed train, and welcomes students from over 100 countries to a global university setting, with an atmosphere that is both academic and lively. Here, you will discover an ideal student environment where you will make lifelong friends, and be part of a close-knit community.
Segovia is a truly enchanting city, full of narrow, winding alleyways, fascinating historic sites and breathtaking architecture. Known throughout Spain for its delicious, traditional cuisine and excellent climate, Segovia is not just a great place to visit, but a great place to live.
As a student in Segovia, you will enjoy the serene, natural beauty of the Segovian landscape, with the hustle and bustle of the Spanish capital a short train distance away.
THE CONVENT OF SANTA CRUZ LA REAL
Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985, the city of Segovia is famous for its cathedral, alcázar and aqueduct. It is also renowned for beautiful architecture. One of the city’s most historic buildings, the Convent of Santa Cruz la Real, is home to the IE University campus.DOWNLOAD PDF
DISCOVER SEGOVIA'S KEY PLACES, STUDENT RESIDENCES AND NEIGHBORHOODS
From the Roman aqueduct that cuts through the city to the Alcazar castle, everything about Segovia screams adventure. Make sure you fill up on tasty tapas while you can, because the adventure extends outside the city… Lose yourself in the incredible Segovian landscapes while hiking in the canyon at Hoces del Río Duratón National Park or hit the slopes with your goggles and gloves on a skiing trip in the Spanish sierra. The possibilities are endless!
PHOTOS ON THE MOVE
Photos on the move is a photoblog by Roberto Arribas who works at IE University communications department. The key focus of this blog is Segovia, the city where each day his continuous, and almost obsessive exploration, leads him to discover a different way of seeing its people, its buildings and monuments, and its light. His sights are also set on the IE University campus, the place where he works.GO TO PHOTOS ON THE MOVE