IE Business School Refreshes its International MBA Program

Updates include a new track system and more robust career-development options

Spain's IE Business School has announced that it has redesigned its International MBA program. The new program additions include a new track system and more robust career-development options.

Firstly, IMBA students will be able to choose from one of two tracks: either an entrepreneurship track, if they plan on focusing on business creation; or a "transformers" track, if they're interested in developing their careers in the corporate world.

The program will also include a new range of career-development features. For example, students will attend monthly "Professional Fitness" sessions, where they can design a personalized growth strategy and develop their soft skills like leadership. Additionally, a three-day job event called the "Talent Forum" will help students connect with potential employers.

IE's International MBA program is 12 months long and has intakes in April, January, and September. The program also includes the option for students to participate in a three-month long exchange program with one of 58 business schools worldwide.

For more information, please see the IE news release announcing the redesign of the International MBA program, or see the school's full profile on FIND MBA.

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