The 4th intake of the IE Brown EMBA, Class of 2015, just got together for the first last week. Check out the fantastic diversity, entrepreneurial experience and international exposure!!
IE Business School holds the No. 2 position worldwide in the ranking of Executive MBA programs drawn up for the first time by The Economist. This achievement further consolidates IE’s position as one of the world’s leading business schools for senior management education. The Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA run jointly by Northwestern (Kellogg) and York (Schulich)…Details
IE celebrated this week its 3rd Venture Day in Shanghai. The program was made up of 12 IE startup projects from the Global Executive MBA and Executive MBA+ programs presenting to a Jury of 10 local and international investors, including James Tan from Beijing, Casey Wahl from Tokyo and several local Chinese investors and venture…Details
IE Business School has signed an agreement with Coursera, the leading international platform for free online courses known as MOOCs (Massive Online Open Courses). Thus IE Business School has joined 61 other prestigious international institutions involved in the Coursera initiative, including Brown University, Columbia University, Duke University, Princeton University, Stanford University, University of Pennsylvania, Berklee…Details
Leading global organizations have to compete 24 hours a day, in both established and emerging markets, and in highly dynamic sectors. Effective virtual collaboration is the key to ensuring these organizations can more effectively use their human talent to manage across borders, and attain both stakeholder expectations and growth objectives. During this Master Class participants…Details
IE Business School holds the No. 1 position in the 2012 Financial Times ranking of European business schools. The FT’s annual survey of business schools in Europe is based on results obtained by leading European schools in the rankings drawn up by FT throughout the year of MBA, Executive MBA, Masters in Management and Executive…Details
There are many ways to use your lunch break. Forbes recently published a list about it and I would like to benchmark it with the upcoming IE lunch events: 1. Make a plan – definitely! 2. Take a real break – yes! 3. Get up from your desk or work space – no doubt about…Details
Watch the following video on the benefits of IE’s blended learning methodology. IE will soon introduce even more flexibility in its blended programs, so watch out for the Global MBA+ and the Executive MBA+ launch in the next weeks