Understanding the business world, since the arrival of the global highway, means having not only knowledge, but also the experience of the international scene. That’s the reason why many talented young people from all over the world elect to take their Masters degree in another country. A surprisingly large number of them opt for the city of Madrid, not only because it is one of the most exciting cities in Europe, if not the world, but it is also the home of the IE Business School. Let ShMadrid tell you more about studying business in the city of Madrid.
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IE Business School
For those who are unaware, the IE Business School (Instituto de Empresa), established in 1973, has become a well-known and renowned international institution, whose function it is to educate generations of business leaders through organizing specific study programmes, covering a broad range of subjects, like for example Business Analytics, International Relations and Law. They even have several summer programmes to teach and entertain you during the hottest months of the year. Situated in the heart of Madrid’s financial district, the IE Business School is easily accessible from every corner of the city, meaning that you can have your choice of locations where to live.
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After that, you’ll be in good company with two studies at the IE Business School, which every year takes in more than 500 students, that can come from any one of ninety countries in the World, taking part in either Undergraduate or Master degree courses, or even at as high a level as Doctorate and Executive Education levels. Since its foundation forty years ago the IE school in Madrid has generated an alumni, numbering over 40,000, with the majority of the college graduates holding management positions across the world. To add to its international flavour, it is important to note that almost half of the college professors are of non-Spanish origin. The IE Business School is one of just 57 institutions to be awarded the prestigious Triple accreditation ‘EQUIS’, regarded as being amongst the most important amongst the world’s leading educational institutions, as well as being the first European institution to form part of the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society.
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