This year marks the 14th edition of the Global Village Day. Organized by the IEU Net Impact Club in collaboration with Campus Life, this annual celebration has become one of IE University’s hallmark events. The main purpose of the Global Village Day is to celebrate one of IE University’s key pillars—diversity.
As an incoming student, it’s normal to have questions! Giulia de Palmas and Pedro Marietto, current IE University Bachelor in Economics students, answered the most frequently asked questions to help clear up any of your doubts.
My name’s Natalia García. I was born in Segovia and lived my whole life in Spain—12 years in Valladolid and the rest in Segovia. I just finished my third year at IE University and I’m getting ready to start my last year. I studied two years in Segovia and then moved to Madrid for my final two years.
You’ve submitted your application, got that all-important acceptance letter and finally started getting ready for your first year at IE University. While you may know everything you need to know about your program, figuring out what to expect from student life is a different matter altogether. So how can you best prepare?
During your first few weeks at IE University, there can be a lot to take in. With so much going on, it can be easy to miss something that would enrich your experience.