Bachelor in International Relations - Highly qualifiedBecome an actor at a global level
A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITY
Our unique learning environment facilitates professional and personal growth, empowering students to discover their full potential while guiding them down their personalized professional journey.
Our students develop highly sought-after profiles and are actively recruited by employers of leading corporations even before they graduate. Our extensive network and close ties with the business world offers endless opportunities, from important positions in major multinational companies to roles in smaller organizations and startups. Other students choose to develop entrepreneurial projects, either during or after their studies, building and managing their own companies.
Liquid Learning at IE University
In this new reality, we understand it’s not always possible to attend class in person. That’s why we developed our Liquid Learning approach, which seamlessly adapts to individual needs and provides equal access to world-class education—whether on campus or online wherever you are.
of the 2019 job seekers reported they were currently working
of the job seekers work outside their country of origin
WHERE OUR STUDENTS WORK
Elia de Mendoza - Internship at the Spanish Embassy in Accra, Ghana
“I have not only gained valuable professional experience for the first time, but I have also grown personally. I improved my capacity of adaptation and flexibility, overcoming new challenges and ultimately finishing the internship strong.”
Verónica Alvarez – Working at United Way Worldwide, Digital Services
“The working environment is extremely positive. Everyone is working there out of goodwill and is willing to make a meaningful impact on society. Everyone is also very open to teaching.”
Valentina Clara Rojas – Working at Amazon Spain as an Area Manager
“While studying at IE University, you learn how to become the best version of yourself. This university provides you with the skills and capabilities you’ll need when pursuing careers at large multinational companies that are focused around a strong corporate culture.”
Maud Germain –Working at UNIDO Brussels Office
“At IE University, we learn how to think critically and analyze different points of view. Our teachers taught us the importance of rigor and the need to always enquire, and the diversity at IE University allowed me to grow within a multicultural environment. My studies gave me the tools to understand and analyze current world issues and I now apply them in my day-to-day.”
Nicolás de Montauzon – Working at PJT Partner in the UK as an Investment Banking Analyst
With unparalleled flexibility and diversity as its core, IE University gave me the opportunity to always continue learning. IE University is all about finding you what are you passionate about and encouraging you to take the leap forward necessary to achieve it. No matter what I do, no matter where I go, my experience at IE University will always be the cornerstone of my professional career.
Vincent Albrecht – Internship at German Embassy in London.
My advice to anyone who wants to pursue a career in diplomacy is to firstly work on learning a new language. It will help you immensely as you can communicate so much better with other people from different countries. This will take you very far in the diplomacy sector. Also, my advice would be to network with people from different countries. Everybody has their own heterogeneous views on different topics which is why I find IE University amazing.
Your Own Path
Lukas Macner at LinkedIn (Dublin) | Your Own Path
Pablo Jódar at JP Morgan (Geneva) | Your Own Path
Jasmina Orlicka at Havas (Prague) | Your Own Path
Benjamin Ranft, Philipp Nette & Teiko Wilenius at Cutnut (Hamburg) | Your Own Path
Letizia Caprile at Kaura Studio (Madrid) | Your Own Path
Tess de Gregorio at Google (New York City) | Your Own Path
Alejandro Astiaso at (Mexico City) at Didi’s National Fleet | Your Own Path
Ana Martinez Vals at Cleary Gottlieb (New York City) | Your Own Path
Mickela Vucetich at United Nations (New York City) | Your Own Path
Eric Cuevas at Morgan Stanley (New York City) | Your Own Path
Adriana Unzueta at Inter-American Development Bank (NYC) | Your Own Path
Elliot Roazen at Unilever (New York City) | Your Own Path
Bernardo Dillon at Quádriga (México City) | Your Own Path
Alejandro Sáez at eGoGames (Madrid) | Your Own Path
Iñigo Cavestany at IBM (Madrid) | Your Own Path
Ahmed Ashraf at Santander (Madrid) | Your Own Path
Tamara Abusara at Mondelez (Madrid) | Your Own Path