IE Business School’s International MBA ranked No. 8 in the world by Financial Times

IE Business School has climbed four places from the No. 12 position it held in the 2016 edition of the ranking. This recognition further consolidates IE’s position as a world leader in education, following its success in other recent rankings that recognize IE as the best business school in the world for online MBA programs (Financial Times, March 2016), 3rd in the world for Master in Finance programs (Financial Times, June 2016), and 4th in Europe in the ranking of European business schools (Financial Times, December 2016).

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«Scaling-up Companies» with Amber Wigmore Álvarez

There is a myth about start-ups being the only companies in need of scaling up. Scale-ups are critical to companies –big or small, new or old and from a wide variety of industries– that have an objective in common: pure growth. During this Careers Journey, two experts in fast-paced business management share with us some insights into what really matters when you are at the doorstep of growth and the keys to successful scale-ups.

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Shehab El-Sherei

Success Stories: Shehab El-Sherei at Eli Lilly

Shehab El-Sherei graduated from the IE International MBA in 2016. In October 2016, he returned home to started his first assignment for the Eli Lilly Corporate Leadership Development Program in Cairo, Egypt. His job title is Corporate Leadership Development Specialist, the role is focused on Sales & Marketing to equip you with business acumen required for a fast-track to General Management roles.

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«International Organizations» with Amber Wigmore Álvarez

During this Journey, along with special guests with a solid career trajectory in the industry, Esther Rodríguez-Fernández (IDB), and Antonio Salort-Pons (WFP), we discover operational traits of International Organizations, such as how they define priorities during a crisis and leverage efficiencies, but we also learn industry insight, as well as how they are demanding new sets of skills in professionals. Despite a light shift towards innovative profiles, one requirement seems to never change: a passion and vocation for humanitarian causes and development.

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