Last month, three IE University students were selected to participate and attend the Young European Council event held in Brussels, where proposals are prepared to be presented to EU policy makers in different forums and institutions across Europe.
The Segovian landscape is known throughout the Iberian peninsula as an idyllic place to unwind and connect with nature.
The refugee phenomenon is one of truly global proportions, affecting not only millions of marginalized people directly, but also the policies and practices of most governments in the world.
IEU has partnerships with over 115 institutions worldwide, and the foreign exchange program is one of the most demanded services among students.
Fatima Nieto is an IE University Dual Bachelor of Laws–Legal Practice Course graduate, who is currently participating in the one-of-a-kind IEU Evolution track in association with law firm Ontier.