Manuel Muñiz Selected to Serve on APSIA Executive Committee
Manuel Muniz, has been selected to serve on the The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) Executive Committee.
The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) has announced its new Executive Committee and IE’s Dean of the School of Global and Public Affairs, Manuel Muniz, is among those elected to serve from June 1, 2019 – May 31, 2021. APSIA’s member schools, including IE University’s School of Global and Public Affairs, are dedicated, around the world, to the improvement of professional education in international affairs and the advancement of international understanding, prosperity, peace, and security.
11 Jun 2019Global & Public Affairs
IE University brings together more than 1,200 graduates from 80 countries at Global Alumni Weekend 2019 in Madrid
Meeting was attended by 60 international experts who shared their views on the main challenges facing the business world.
10 Jun 2019Events
IE Talent & Careers celebrates inaugural Spring Talent Forum with more than a hundred international recruiters
More than 100 companies expected to attend this year’s IE Talent Forum in person, with 16 participating virtually, offering more than 250 jobs.
21 May 2019Events
Hay Festival Segovia announces first names ahead of fourteenth annual event
IE University, thanks to the support of IE Foundation, continues as a principal collaborator and academic partner.
10 May 2019Events
Companies with social or environmental impact represent more than 6% of Ibero-American GDP, according to IE University and Segib Experts
There are more than 170,000 companies focused on this purpose, according to the report ‘Empresas con propósito: El auge del cuarto sector en ...
08 May 2019Business
IE and the University of Ghana Sign Memorandum of Understanding
The memorandum of understanding (MOU) has been signed with the University of Ghana in Rhode Island.
IE University has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the University of Ghana. The agreement is designed to foster research collaborations the development of faculty and student exchange programs, and research collaborations.
The signing occurred during IE’s 10th annual Reinventing Higher Education Conference, held this year at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, between Ebenezer Oduro Owusu, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Robert Ebo Hinson, Acting Dean at University of Ghana Business School, and Santiago Iñiguez, President of IE University.
06 May 2019Global & Public Affairs
IE Business School announces the winners of the VIII Ibero-American Economic Journalism Prize
The prize is supported by CAF Development Bank of Ibero-America, Iberia, CNN in Spanish, Cinco Días and Casa de América.
08 Apr 2019Scholarships, Awards & Contests
IE Business School announces the winners of the VI Asian Economic Journalism Award
The sixth edition of the prize produced more than 160 submissions from more than 60 Asian media.
08 Apr 2019Business, Scholarships, Awards & Contests
IE University brings together young people from 14 countries to analyze the impact of technology on tomorrow’s universities
The 2019 meeting of the Junior Advisory Board underscores IE University's commitment.
08 Apr 2019On Campus
IE Global Village 2019 brings together students from 131 countries to celebrate diversity at IE University
This year’s edition includes activities for the first time in Segovia.
08 Apr 2019On Campus
IE University and Brown University bring together international experts for Reinventing Higher Education, the global conference on higher education
The 10th annual RHE brings together 37 international experts at Brown University’s Rhode Island campus between April 4 and 5 to discuss the ...
26 Mar 2019Conferences, Lectures & Seminars
Chemical, consumer and e-commerce sectors: priority investment destinations for sovereign funds in 2018
There are currently nine sovereign funds in operation around the world, with joint assets of some $8 trillion, according to Sovereign Wealth Funds 2018.
Real estate has been the main investment choice for sovereign funds over the last three years. In 2018, large-scale operations in the chemical, consumer or electronic commerce sectors overtook bricks and mortar as a destination for sovereign investment.
The sector with the highest number of operations during the past year is technology, with 2018 setting a record for sovereign funds investing as venture capital funds and with venture capital.
21 Mar 2019Business