Venice is New York!

IE School of Architecture and Design’s Dean, Javier Quintana, gives us a quick tour of Venice as he draws a comparison between the Metropolitan Tower in New York and the Campanile in Piazza San Marco in Venice. This video was first published on The Other Side, the IE blog about the other side of the…

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IE becomes first European Business School to run free online courses through Coursera

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…

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How to lead in virtual collaborations?

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…

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Law without walls: reinventing law

IE University hosted at the end of January the kick off  of the third interuniversity LawWithoutWalls course  organized by University of Miami School of Law, with students and professors from eighteen international centers. Two students from IE University’s Bachelor of Laws, accompanied by Professor Pedro Letai, represented IE University during the course. IE University’s Segovia campus is set to receive…

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Transpiral and TEDx: Yasmine Khater

Since Yasmine, Master in Mangement graduate 2012, was six years old, she wanted to change the world. There were problems that she wanted to help solve. She got involved in community initiatives and by time she was in high school, she already raised 15,000 dollars for Children with Cancer. At 18, she was the youngest…

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Robbie William’s Candy in IE Capella!

This is an audiovisual class project for the course Creative Industries and New Audiovisual Formats with the professor María Rodríguez-Rabadánin the year 4 of the IE University Bachelor of Communication. It is an A Cappella version of Robbie William’s “Candy”, performed by very talented IE students. Enjoy and have a nice day!

Besides academics: FUN!

Work hard, play hard and have fun – this is probably a statement every MBA student can sign. After long sessions of case discussions, presentations, negotiations, there is always time to enjoy. Watch the video from one of the sections of the MBA which graduated literally one year ago in December 2011.

Social networking tips for companies

Social networking looks easy as an individual. You sign-up for the service you find interesting and contribute at your leisure, in your mood, expressing your views. For a company there much more considerations to make. In first place, you would need to define a strategy why you want to be active, how you want to…

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