IE University, based in Spain, also have 30 offices worldwide to help support students throughout the admissions process. One of them is located here in the UK, in London. Their local representative will be attending our events to meet students and parents. #exciting #ieweek
Who are they?
Located in Spain, IE University is an international university, with an urban campus in Madrid and a historic and cultural campus in Segovia.
With over 130 nationalities making up the student body, all degrees are taught in English, but students may learn Spanish while studying their degrees. Entrepreneurship, innovation, diversity and a focus on the humanities make up core values at IE.
What can you study?
IE University offers a wide range of degree courses including:
Business, International Relations, International Comparative Law, Economics, Architecture, Design, Communications and Digital Media, Behaviour and Social Science, Data and Business Analytics, Information Systems Management, Politics, Law and Economics (PLE), as well as five dual degrees through which students can study two degrees at the same time.
Students here may go on exchange for up to one year at one of their 160+ partner universities, which are all around the world.
Students can gain real work experience through IE Labs and internships with companies worldwide as part of their course and mould their education according to personal and professional interests through electives and advanced seminars.
Their degrees are continuously present in world ranking, as well as being among the top 30 universities for global employability.
3 key facts
1. IE University is due to open a new, urban campus in Madrid in 2020. It will be both tech-based and sustainable, with a surface area of 50,000m2 and a capacity for up to 6,000 students.
2. IE University Segovia Campus is a convent that dates back to the 13th century, its under world heritage, has been a jail, a hospital and an orphanage before it became a teaching institution.
3. Spain is ranked as the third top country for having the most UNESCO world heritage sites, after Italy and China.