Are you wondering what it is like to be an undergraduate student?
With a holistic, hands-on methodology, this degree trains students to examine the complexities of human behavior using skills from across the social sciences. Graduates are prepared to positively impact consumers, organizations, and society itself in whatever career they may choose. One of our freshman students told us a bit about her typical daily routine, her favorite class, and what she likes most about studying at IE University!
The alarm goes off! Time for breakfast, freshening up, and getting ready for the day.
First class of the day: Developmental Psychology.
Spanish class! I am a big fan of languages, so I really love attending this class and putting into practice what I learn in my daily life. It’s quite
On IE University
I love the flexibility you are given to explore your own interests within the courses. It allows you to go beyond what’s listed on the syllabus, and discover new passions.
On extracurricular activities
I am on the organizing team for LEAP conferences, a one-day event that showcases inspiring Creators and Doers and gives them a platform to share their secrets to success through storytelling, workshops, and trainings for students. I am also involved in the Political Think Tank Club.
Lunch time! I meet up with my friends in the Hub and we eat while we catch up and review some material if necessary.
Free time to work. I’ve learned to make the most of this time! So useful.
Sociology class. Usually look forward to it… really like the teacher!
On her favorite subject
I’d say that my humanities course (European Intellectual History: Machiavelli to Heidegger) is my favorite one. I think it has expanded my understanding and view of the world, as well as led me to question many of the concepts that are typically presented as fact and unchangeable within society.
Free time. Yay!
Dinner. We usually end up going out for some tapas.
Free time to work or hang out.