Archive for October/2011


If you are thinking of applying for a student loan from IE via one of our three loan programs, you must apply by the assigned deadline.  Late applications will not be accepted.

For international students you must apply 1 month before your program starts or by January 20th, 2012 – whatever comes first.  No application for a student loan, for an international student will be accepted after January 20th, 2012.  For 1) Spanish nationals who are fiscal residents as well as 2) permanent residents with fiscal residency who are applying from Spain, you need to apply approximately 10 business days before your program starts.  Since there are several programs beginning in the up coming term, please see the deadline schedule here for the specific deadline applicable for your program.

Document: Loan Deadline Schedule for Spanish nationals and permanent residents with fiscal residency.
Loans from IE:

Si estás pensando en solicitar un préstamo de IE a través de uno de nuestros tres programas de financiación, debes solicitarlo en el plazo asignado a continuación. Las solicitudes enviadas fuera de plazo no serán aceptadas.

Para los estudiantes internacionales se debe solicitar el préstamo un mes antes de que inicie su programa o antes de 20 de enero 2012 (según convocatoria). No será aceptada ninguna solicitud de préstamo de alumnos internacionales después de 20 de enero 2012. Para los estudiantes españoles residentes fiscales, es necesario solicitar la financiación aproximadamente 10 días hábiles antes del inicio del programa. Ya que hay varios programas que comienzan en el siguiente semestre, por favor vea el calendario de plazos aquí para la fecha límite específica que aplica para su programa.

Documento: Fechas límites para solicitar un crédito, para solicitantes de nacional española/con residencia permanente que tienen su residencia fiscal en España.
Créditos de IE:


MBA & Master Degree Scholarships for IEEE WIE Members

Written on October 19, 2011 by Joël McConnell in Scholarships | Becas

What does the opportunity consist of?

IEEE WIE and IE are working together to help top women engineers access master-lever training and build a professional network that will allow WIE members to advance their professional careers. As part of our collaboration, IE is offering up to 50.000€ in scholarships for WIE members who’ve obtained admissions to an IE master program. Please note that while preference will be given to R8 members, this offer is open to IEEE WIE members globally.

How can you access one of these scholarships?

1) Apply for admissions to an IE master program (including IE Business School’s MBA programs)
2) Apply for the scholarships
3) Admitted candidates who’ve shown real commitment in their academic and professional development to date will be awarded a scholarship towards their program of study

Can I supplement the scholarship with other funding?

Scholarship recipients can also access one of IE’s three in-house loan offers, which includes up to 30.000€ in student loans at interest rates of Euribor+1.5% to 5.5%, repayment periods of up to 10 years, and a no-penalty early repayment clause.

What other support for women candidates can IE offer?

In addition to having a center focused on diversity and inclusion, IE works with leading organizations such as 85 Broads, European Professional Women’s Network, Women in Business, and Queen Rania Foundation to help top women candidates launch successful careers. While at IE we offer several women-focused electives, especially with regards to leadership development and managing diversity in global organizations.

Who should I contact for more information?

IE Financial Aid –


Check out the online version (here) of the recent article in Georgia Today which covered IE’s new agreement with Free University of Tbilisi/ESM.  You can also see the paper layout here.

“Under a cooperative agreement forged between the international organization IE and Georgia’s Free University, five candidates of Free University/ESM will have the opportunity to access a special scholarship program that will provide them masters-level studies at IE Business School…”

Read the full article here, which includes quotes from Marina Karchava (Vice Rector at Free University Tbilisi), Teona Mikadze (IMBA’09 and Head of Premium Banking at Bank of Georgia), Liudmila Ishchenko (Associate Director, IE International Development for Europe and CIS), and Joël McConnell (Director of IE Financial Aid).

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