Tags: Undergraduate Degrees

Is Amnesty Constitutional? IE professors discuss

Is the newly proposed amnesty law compliant with the Spanish constitution? Does it challenge the highly respected rule of law and the principle of the separation of powers? These were the questions posed by panellists during the “Legal Brew” event organised by the Law Society at Segovia Campus.

A Shift in International Student Mobility: Understanding the Choice of Europe.

Since the end of the Covid-19 pandemic, the number of international students traveling abroad for university has increased. Traditionally, the U.S. has been the number one destination for these students, but Europe is vying for this spot now. By interviewing IE students, The Stork explores students' reason for choosing Europe over the U.S.

Are students truly taking CV-building too far?

Over the past few years, individual achievement has become a top priority for students, but do employers think the same way?

Want to Become a Lawyer in the US or UK? Here’s How IE Can Help

This article is written in conjunction with the IE Law Society. By Iona Steger  IE University’s unique comparative law approach is an amazing way to allow...

The Lessons We Learn Through Languages, and the Ones IE Does Not

Last week, the university’s management team and BIR office revealed that all language classes next semester will take place only once a week for third-year students, for a grand total of 15 sessions per semester. The management team, content with the idea of slicing our linguistic progress in half, argues that they are “freeing up time” for us to focus on other things. Not only is the premise of that statement flawed, but it fails to consider the repercussions of the change.

What do people think of your degree, and what do you think about theirs?

You will implement yourself into a harmonized community when you get to IE. However, you will encounter some scrutiny between degrees...


South Africa v Israel: The Effectiveness of the ICJ

By Adam Paska Countries tend to translate all international conflicts or disputes into legal language to better justify their actions before the international community. There...

Algo así como ser invencibles 

Me encuentro reflexionando sobre lo que es ser invencible o inmortal en el sentido más humano.

Waiting for The Wind of Change: Democracy in the Digital Age 

If you belong to Generation Z or a younger demographic, chances are you have been profoundly impacted by the forces of globalization and digitalization. This means your life has likely been characterized by mobility, multiculturalism, and you have gained a broadened perspective about the world.