The WCPP took place in Melbourne this year. IE, as a sponsor of the summit, had the privilege of taking part in symposiums and presentations about positive leadership. We discussed how to cultivate authenticity and create positive relationships in a work environment. Patricia Faison Hewlin was one of the panellists presenting research about the consequences…Details
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Where are you from? I am from Shanghai, China. Tell us something interesting about yourself. I am an INFJ (introversion, intuition, feeling, judging) ever since high school. How can an INFJ appear in a business school? Why did you choose the Master in International Management at IE Business School? What do you find to be…Details
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Tomorrow is an exciting day for Entrepreneurs and Investors in Singapore. IE Business Schools and Angels Den jointly organized the first IE – Angels Den Seminar on Entrepreneurship. Here are the details: When? Wednesday, May 25 from 18:00 to 20.45 Where? Pan-Pacific Hotel, Level 1, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square Registration: IE Event Page As…Details
To mark the conclusion of the IE Consulting Project (IECP), sixteen International MBA students recently presented their final projects to senior management of Unilever. The IECP is the latest example of the experiential learning opportunities available at IE Business School, which provides students with real world experience in identifying and solving problems in management. “Not…Details
Starting in May 2011, IE accepts the CAIA exams, (Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst), both Level I and Level II, as a replacement to the GMAT or GRE exam, one of the admissions requirement to IE´s Masters in Finance programs. Before that, earlier this year, IE also officially started to accept CFA Level I as a substitute for GMAT or…Details
We appreciate very much your loyalty reading this blog and hopefully we can welcome you as well in 2011 – and some of your friends! Use this blog as your starting point for an exciting journey through IE, as student, as alumni or just as curious person seeking broaden your knowledge.
Many candidates struggle with the concept of NO DEADLINE in the application process at IE as they don’t know when to submit their application. This post aims to clarify the concept and provides recommendations on when to apply. IE operates a rolling admissions process which allos candidates for the Master programs to apply all year around.…Details
IE Business School holds the No. 5 position in Europe and No. 1 in Spain in this year’s ranking of European business schools published by the Financial Times. The annual report is an accumulation of rankings published by the Financial Times throughout the year of MBA programs, Executive MBAs, Masters in Management, and Executive Education…Details
As the previous post on the exciting launch of the Master in Architectural Management & Design caught your attention, here comes the good news of the Architectural Challenge Scholarship Competition. Details you will find using the link of the image and HURRY UP – the deadline is on January 1, 2011!
IE School of Architecture recently presented its new Master in Architectural Management & Design in London. Influential architects, academics and journalists discussed the need for improved management skills in architecture practices. Featured participants: Christine Murray, Editor, The Architects’ Journal Ken Shuttleworth, Make Architects Ron Sidell, Sidell Gibson Architects Peter Murray, Chairman, NLA & Professor, MAMD,…Details
At IE Business School, we take a holistic approach to evaluating each candidate. We look at every aspect of your application; as such no single element is of unique importance within evaluation, but rather a compilation of all the elements submitted.
Between those submitted elements are the letters of recommendation, fundamental in “adding score points in the path to admission” as Julian Trigo, Director of Admissions at IE Business School. He also addressed that ”finding the right recommenders is crucial” to get to know the strenghts and weaknesses of a candidate applying to the International MBA program.
Here are some tips when choosing your recommenders:Details