IE University Embraces Liquid Learning Model, Unique Worldwide
At the start of the next academic year, all undergraduate, postgraduate, and executive education students can choose to attend class on campus or online and receive the same immersive experience and academic quality.
IE University has developed a unique liquid learning model with the aim of transforming the education landscape. Launching across all five of IE University schools this September, the new education model will allow students, who hail from a total of 140 countries, to attend class in person or online with equal immersive experience and academic excellence.
All IE University programs will have a hybrid format and be simultaneously attended by students in the classroom and online. The format will provide flexibility for students and reinforce active and personalized learning that focuses on solving real world problems. To accomplish this, IE University has adapted all courses to include new methodologies, content, and academic materials. Facilities and classrooms have likewise been redesigned and equipped with technological solutions that enhance interaction.
28 May 2020Conferences, Lectures & Seminars
IE University Opens Online Training Hub in Response to COVID-19
IE University launches Building Resilience to provide open online courses, webinars, conference series, articles and videos and multimedia materials.
30 Mar 2020Conferences, Lectures & Seminars
Managing Your Internal Barometer During the Coronavirus Outbreak
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24 Mar 2020
Looking after your well-being & studying remotely
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16 Mar 2020
IE University extends delivery of online classes to confront the spread of COVID-19
Online classes are extended until the 14th April, after the holidays.
12 Mar 2020On Campus
Protecting health, transparency and academic continuity: IE University’s triple commitment to addressing the coronavirus outbreak
The 100% of the classes are already being delivered online.
IE University has confirmed that the institution maintains the academic activity in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Experts from the institution participated today, Friday, in a press conference held simultaneously on the Segovia and Madrid centers attended by national and international media to explain the evolution of the situation and the measures adopted. Both campuses remain open, following the recommendations of the Spanish health authorities. IE University has activated a plan to provide online training to 7,000 students from 140 countries at the undergraduate, master’s and executive education levels. Students at the Segovia campus have been receiving 100% online teaching since Wednesday, 4 March, and students at the Madrid center can opt for online teaching or in class.
06 Mar 2020On Campus
Learning How to Learn, IE University’s new online course on Coursera, provides practical techniques for effective learning
IE University has designed an online course on Coursera based on “Learning How to Learn”, created by Professor Barbara Oakley and Terrence ...
25 Feb 2020Conferences, Lectures & Seminars
IE University Broadens Kistefos Scholarships Program Offerings for Young Talent from Norway and Africa
The scholarship program enables international students to study at IE University in fields such as leadership, technology, and innovation.
25 Feb 2020Scholarships, Awards & Contests
IE University launches the IE Center for C-Centricity
The IE Center for C-Centricity generates knowledge, as well as promoting and circulating examples of sustainable business growth.
17 Feb 2020Business
IE University presents The ‘IE Govtech 2020 List’ Showcasing the 100 most promising govtechs in Latin America
The IE Govtech 2020 List reveals that cities are key players in the solutions proposed by startups.
14 Feb 2020Global & Public Affairs
IE University lights up with a series of TBA21–Academy videos on the challenges of climate change
The artwork by artist Will Benedict have been projected onto the façade of an IE University building.
13 Dec 2019Arts & Humanities
Francesca Thyssen-Bornemisza defends the role of art as an agent of change for sustainability at IE University
The prestigious collector takes part in a panel on art as a catalyst for social change.
Francesca Thyssen-Bornemisza, the internationally renowned art collector, curator and film producer, took part in a debate on Tuesday at IE University on ‘Art as an agent of change for sustainability’, together with artist John Gerrard and Markus Reymann, director of TBA21 Academy and The Ocean Project. This panel is part of ‘Education for Sustainability’, an IE University project that reflects the academic institution’s commitment to education as the driving force for change in the economy, society and the biosphere within the framework of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
Diego del Alcázar Silvela, President of IE University, opened the event, after which Catalina Tejero, Associate Director of IE Arts & Humanities Division, introduced the panel, where Francesca Thyssen-Bornemisza shared her vision of the role of art in driving social change.
04 Dec 2019Arts & Humanities