Social Impact Management at IE

Since its inception, IE Business School’s commitment to society has permeated every aspect of the school, as reflected by core program content, electives specialised in the field of corporate responsibility (CR), consolidated initiatives like the Chair in Corporate Ethics, funded by the IE Alumni Association, or the IE code of professional conduct, the result of…

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IE consolidates the Executive MBA as Top European programme

BusinessWeekâ??s biennial report is based on the results of surveys carried out among 2,500 graduates of executive MBA programs and program directors at leading international business schools. Parameters analysed by the report gauge aspects that include the quality of the program, faculty and careers services of each school. Gonzalo Garland, General Director of External Relations…

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IE Business School uses a rolling admissions process for all the Master programs it offers. Rolling admissions process means that there are no established deadlines on the application submission you have to take into account and the received applications will be processed on an ongoing basis. This is the main difference to an application process…

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IE Business School trains professionals in emerging business fields

IE Business School launched recently a new group of programs for professionals with in-deep insights into booming industries or emerging fields of management. These industries and fields are already requiring prepared professionals who can meet the challenges which arise. At the same time, IE feels that there is currently lack of management training opportunities and…

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Am I too old for an MBA?

This is a question which many prospectives students ask themselves when applying to business school. Masahiro Kikukawa, Japanese, decided for himself that at 39 it is the right time to start this challenge. Masahiro graduated from Tokyo University of Foreign Studies in 1992. During his studies, he worked in the Embassy of Japan in Peru…

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