Day 2 of the talent forum kicked off with an interaction of organisations in the networking cocktail amongst themselves, as well as with the careers department. While speaking to the international development organisations like…
Last Thursday, Student Government’s Segovian Academics Officer Matteo de Palma agreed to sit down with the Stork for a quick interview to update students on the many promises made by the Red Team during their tense election period.
During last year’s spring, Camila and her partner, Laura Rushton, had founded a collective, attracting ten of motivated students who wished to follow their energetic classes and healthy lifestyles. Hence, we were curious to know who was behind this project and inquired about how she strived to become an entrepreneur with a great vision and a considerable ambition.
Diversity is a good thing, or so it would seem. IE University boasts an international reputation for attracting some of the brightest minds from all corners of the globe, and putting them all together in a classroom to think, philosophize, learn, and grow. But with all these different cultures, nationalities, and languages colliding, what happens to the inevitable potential for conflict? Is it true that a whole shipment of international students can arrive in Spain and seamlessly fit in with Spanish nationals also seeking their higher education?