Archive for the ‘IE University’ Category

18
Sep

IE University today started its 2017/2018 academic year with the launch of two new degree programs (Design and Politics, Law and Economics) along with a global community of 2,900 students of 110 nationalities at its campuses in Segovia and Madrid.

This year a total of 940 new students from 82 nationalities will be attending IE University to study their different degree programs. Of these, 67% are from outside Spain, making the academic institution a reference center for foreign students. In addition, 53% of new students are women.

Addressing students and staff at a ceremony to mark the start of the academic year, and that is the first contact between students and their families and the academic authorities and faculty of IE University, IE University’s Rector, Salvador Carmona welcomed António Bernardo, President for Latin America of global strategy consultants Roland Berger, who gave the opening session of the morning session, while Juan Picón Co-president of international law firm DLA Piper, gave the inaugural lecture in the afternoon program.

In his opening address, Rector Carmona expressed his satisfaction that close to 1,000 students from eighty-two different countries have chosen IE University to study their degree programs. Of this class of 2021, Carmona highlighted the wide range of nationalities and “a good balance in gender, with 53% women,” highlighting how such  diversity “will enrich our students’ experience.”

Carmona recalled that last year saw the launch of a degree program in Management in Information Systems, joined this year by new degrees in Design, as well as Political Sciences, Law and Economics taught by the schools of Architecture and Law, respectively. The Rector noted that IE University will continue to introduce new degree programs at its different faculties. Read more…

11
Sep

Hannah Rothschild and Kofi Appenteng in conversation with Rolf Strom-Olsen

Friday 22 September 2017, 5.15pm Venue: Campus de Santa Cruz la Real, IE University, Sala Capitular

Prize-winning documentary filmmaker and novelist Hannah Rothschild, chair of the Board of Trustees of London’s National Gallery, talks to Kofi Appenteng, a Ghanaian-born lawyer based in the United States and president of the Ford Foundation and the Africa America Institute, about the challenges civil society faces in addressing the future challenges of our society. Moderated by Rolf Strom-Olsen.

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4
Sep

Hay Festival at IE University

Written on September 4, 2017 by Administrador de IE Blogs in Conference, IE Humanities Center, IE University

The following events will be hosted at IE University (Aula Magna, Sala Refectorio, Sala Capitular, Student Hub, Media Lab):

Wednesday, September 20th 

 19.30h / #34 Leïla Slimani y Nicolas Kassianides. Fundación Tres Culturas, Ministerio de Cultura del Reino de Marruecos, Institut Français, Embajada de Francia y AC/E

 

Friday, September 22nd

11.00h / #17 Jenny Valentine y Peter Florence. British Council

12.15h / #21 Michael Robinson, Andrew Hill y Martin Boehm. Editorial Aguilar

12.30h / #22 Taller ABC/IE. Inés Martín Rodrigo y Jesús García Calero. ABC

13.30h / #23 A. Vallvey, I. Moyano, S. Fuetterer, P. de Andrés. CEDRO

#24 A.C. Grayling y Manuel Muñiz. Fundación José Manuel Lara y British Council

17.00h / #26 Jordi Évole, Javier del Pino y Aurelio Martín. Asoc. de Periodistas de Segovia y Cadena Ser.

17.15h / #28 Hannah Rothschild, Kofi Appenteng y Anne McElvoy, IE Foundation

18.00h / #29 Benedetta Tagliabue, Dave Venables, Sean Sutcliffe y Michelangelo Giombini

AHEC y Ayuntamiento de Segovia

18.15h / #32 A.C. Grayling, Antonio Muñoz Molina y Peter Florence

Fundación José Manuel Lara y British Council

19.30h / #35 Richard Rogers y Martha Thorne. IE School of Architecture & Design

20.30h / #37 Taller Europa Literaria. Literature Across Frontiers, con el apoyo del Programa Europa Creativa de la Unión Europea

20.45h / #38 Deyan Sudjic y Liam Aldous. IE School of Architecture & Design

#39 Dolores Redondo y Antonio San José. Fundación José Manuel Lara

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23
Jun
20
Feb

Manuel Muñiz, new Dean of IE School of International Relations

Written on February 20, 2017 by Administrador de IE Blogs in IE University, International Relations

Manuel Muñiz, a renowned expert in innovation, geopolitics and regional and global governance, has been appointed Dean of IE School of International Relations. In this new phase, Muñiz will focus on developing initiatives aimed at consolidating IE School of International Relations as a benchmark in the field of education programs for global leadership. Muñiz will also create the IE Center for Change Governance, dedicated to the study of challenges resulting from the acceleration of technological and social change in public and private sectors, and to the development of solutions and tools required to provide optimum governance.

Muñiz is currently Director of the Harvard University’s Program on Transatlantic Relations. He will take over from Arantza de Areilza, who has served as Dean of IE School of International Relations since its foundation in 2008. “Manuel Muñiz is a model academic entrepreneur with a brilliant international trajectory,” says Santiago Íñiguez de Onzoño, President of IE University. “His strategic plan will transform IE School of International Relations into a source of future architects of the global society.”

Manuel Muñiz has undertaken research on cooperation and integration in Europe and the North Atlantic aimed at gaining an understanding of how states tackle interdependence and complexity.

Muñiz is a Professor of global Transformation and Director of the Program on Global Leadership at the Rafael del Pino Foundation. He is also a local affiliate of the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies at Harvard University, and a member of the Alumni Board of Directors of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.

Dr. Muniz holds a JD (Law) from the Complutense University in Madrid, an MSc in Finance from the IEB, a Master in Public Administration from the Kennedy School of Government, and a DPhil (PhD) in International Relations from the University of Oxford. He is also a David Rockefeller Fellow of the Trilateral Commission and a holder of the Atlantic Council’s Millennium Fellowship. In 2016 Esglobal included him among the top 25 intellectuals who are redefining Ibero-American thought.

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