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From the White House to Outer Space: Where could a degree in International Relations take you?

The world around us is undergoing dramatic changes. We’ve become increasingly interconnected thanks to huge advances in technology, yet also more ...

13 / 09 / 2018

Master in International Relations,

Students

Changing for a better future; The School of Global and Public Affairs

There are three fundamental reasons for this change. Each of them reveals our thinking about the future of our School, of the disciplines of global ...

10 / 09 / 2018

IE Experience,

Manuel Muñiz,

News

IE School of Global and Public Affairs and the United Nations System Staff College to launch a Master’s Degree in International Development

The Master in International Development (MID), a valuable partnership between the United Nations and a top-tier university, will provide world-class ...

12 / 07 / 2018

Academics,

Manuel Muñiz,

News

IE School of Global and Public Affairs Hosts Three Day Conference to Explore the Future of the Transatlantic Relationship

The Transatlantic Conference took place from July 6th to 8th in Madrid and Segovia, focusing on the current state and future implications of ...

09 / 07 / 2018

Events,

Transatlatic Relations Initiative

Harvard, IE and the Rafael del Pino Foundation Bring Together World Experts to Examine the Future of Transatlantic Relations  

The future of transatlantic relations will be the central issue discussed this weekend at the Transatlantic Conference, an international event ...

08 / 07 / 2018

Guests,

Manuel Muñiz,

News,

Politics,

Transatlatic Relations Initiative

Observatory on the European Union: Italy After The Elections and Within The EU

“The government of change”, this is how the new Italian government, which lies on the agreement between the 5 Star Movement and the Northern ...

18 / 06 / 2018

Governance,

Guests,

News,

Politics,

Transatlatic Relations Initiative

Observatory on the European Union: with an introduction by Josep Borrell, Spain’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation

Spain’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Josep Borrell, was at IE University on Monday to examine the performance of science, research ...

12 / 06 / 2018

Guests,

Manuel Muñiz,

News,

Politics,

Transatlatic Relations Initiative

Discussion and Q&A with E. Glen Weyl, Luis Garicano and Daniel Kselman

Last week The Center for the Goverence of Change hosted an event with economist, author and visting Yale professor E. Glen Weyl to discuss his book ...

28 / 05 / 2018

Economics,

Events,

Governance,

Politics

Understanding Different Fields in International Relations: Aid, International Development and Social Entrepreneurship

The Aid, International Development and Social Entrepreneurship course provides students an understanding of several important fields in the ...

24 / 05 / 2018

Academics,

Bachelor in International Relations,

IE Experience,

Students

Observatory on Latin American Politics: Future Challenges with Luis Alberto Moreno

Amid the profound societal changes Latin America has been experiencing, the region’s middle class nearly doubled in size over the past decade, this ...

22 / 05 / 2018

Guests,

Manuel Muñiz,

Politics,

Transatlatic Relations Initiative

3rd Annual European Union Simulation in Segovia

The European Union Simulation is an event held by the Bachelor of International Relations and is focused on simulating the EU governing body and the ...

04 / 05 / 2018

Bachelor in International Relations,

Events,

IE Experience,

Politics,

Students

IE and Harvard: Building bridges between Europe and the United States

There's a crisis in the transatlantic, and that’s why more than ever we need to build stronger bridges. On Wednesday April 24th, Harvard’s ...

27 / 04 / 2018

Academics,

Events,

Manuel Muñiz,

News,

Politics

Trump’s strike didn’t stop Assad last year and won’t stop him now

Professor Ibrahim Al-Marashi (a visiting professor at IE School of Global and Public Affairs), wrote in Al-Jazeera English in April 2018 that ...

19 / 04 / 2018

News,

Politics