Junior Advisory Board (JAB)
This year, we welcome your inquisitive minds and innovative spirit to make this experience truly exceptional. Selected candidates will spend 5 days visiting our world-class university at our Madrid and Segovia campuses. During the week, students will take part in a series of workshops and conferences to develop tools and contribute ideas about the future of higher education. Additionally, selected candidates will be granted an 80% scholarship to study at IE University.
If you enjoy speaking in public, and are happy to share your considered opinions in a multicultural, academic setting, this event is for you!
WHO? Students in their Junior Year of High School.
WHEN? Event: April 8th – 12th , 2019; Deadline to apply: January 20th, 2019.
WHERE? IE University Campus (Segovia & Madrid).
“BE THE CHANGE YOU WISH TO SEE IN THE WORLD” –Gandhi-
Meet the Junior Advisory Board 2018 memebers, representing 14 countries and 11 different nationalities from all the world's continents.
ANDRÉS JUAN MONTALDO
Country: South Africa
Country: Dominican Republic
EVREN AZIZ URAS
LARA GARCÍA DE VINUESA
MARGOT ALVARGONZÁLEZ DELAPORTE
MARÍA DEL MAR GONZÁLEZ ROJAS
ROCHÉ RABIE SMITH
Nationality: South African
Country: United Kingdom
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LIVE THE JAB EXPERIENCE
THE JAB´S VOICE
Canadian / American, JAB 2018
…”The connections that I made over the course of four days seem boundless, the ideas that I was lead to seem significant, and the path that lies ahead of me seems promising. I feel that I have learned more in the past week of collaboration than I could during a month at my current high school. I’d like to thank the organizers, lecturers, and everyone involved in making this one of the most formative experiences of my life…”
MARGOT ALVARGONZALEZ DELAPORTE
French / Spanish, JAB 2018
…”I want to thank you for this amazing opportunity you gave me. I had the chance to make great friends from all around the world. Thanks to the passionate and exceptional professors, I’ve learned lots of things, such as how to speak in public or how to be agile working with a team. But no doubts that the most important thing i’ve learnt is that it’s our role to change the things to make a better world”.