IE Business School

IE Business School

 

If you are a student, who wants to study at the universities, you have to hear MBA, the Master of Business Administration, and it is a popular discipline that is advised by the experts, because of its best business schools in the world such as the University of Virginia, University of Pennsylvania, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and IE Business School.

 

 

IE Business School is the business school of IE University that is located in Madrid, Spain. The undergraduate and graduate school of business, that was founded in 1973, was called Instituto de Empresa. But its name changed since 2009 after being a part of IE University. The school runs master’s degree programs in management and finance, Executive MBA, MBA, BBA, DBA, Ph.D. programs, and executive education programs.

 

Address:

Calle de María de Molina, 11-13-15, 28006 Madrid, Spain.

 

Acceptance Rate:

32.0%.

 

IE Business School Ranking:

No. 31.

 

Estimated Incoming Class:

410.

 

Average GMAT:

670.

 

Median GMAT:

680.

 

GMAT Range:

600-770.

 

 

History:

3 entrepreneurs found the school in 1973 aiming to foster an entrepreneurial environment, which instills in its many collaborations and various programs such as Asian-focused program run with Singapore Management University, and a dual MBA with Brown University.

 

 

Programs:

These are Some business graduate level programs, that are provided at IE Business schools: masters with specializations in Finance, Digital Business or Marketing, Sales and International Business. Executive MBA, Global Executive MBA or IMBA (International MBA). Executive education and Doctoral programs.

 

Campus:

The School’s campus is located in Barrio de Salamanca, Madrid’s financial district, and it occupies about 28,000 m2. The new campus of IE University, that is located in the north of Madrid and is known as “Campus IE”, will occupy 50,000m2 and will host more than 6,000 students.

 

 

IE Business School Notable Alumni:

An Argentine professor, Martín Varsavsky, a Spanish banker, Claudio Aguirre, and an economist and lawyer, Punset Casals.

 

 

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