IESE Business School fosters community and lifelong learning

Latest Article by The Times Higher Education The welcoming and motivating environment at IESE Business School attracts dedicated learners who form strong alumni networks long after graduation During her master’s in management at IESE Business School, Teresa Khevenhüller realised the importance of lifelong learning. “I used to think that you go to university, you move…

Insights from Our Recent Webinar on MiM Career Paths Hosted by Luis Go

We recently had the pleasure of hosting an insightful webinar for the Asia Region, led by Luis Go, MiM Associate Director at IESE Business School. The session was an enriching experience, enlightening on the diverse career trajectories and motivations of our MiM graduates, to try to inspire young generations not only receive an exceptional education…

Discovering the Power of Business Case Methodology: The Art of Discussion

As the MiM cohort of 2024 approaches graduation next June, reflections on their journey reveal a profound correlation between the effort invested throughout the program and the satisfaction derived from it. “I dare say, I’m taking away much more than I anticipated,” remarks one student, encapsulating the sentiment echoed by many. But what exactly is…

Exploring Tomorrow’s Leaders: IESE Master in Management International Module in New York

As part of the IESE Master in Management program, students recently embarked on an exhilarating journey to the lively metropolis of New York City. This international module, held in March 2024 on the vibrant Manhattan IESE campus, proved to be an immersive experience, blending academic rigor with cultural exploration and professional networking. Nearly 100 students,…

“For women, early promotion is vital to reducing the gender pay gap” by Marta Elvira and Isabel Villamor, with Cristina Quintana-Garcia.

Getting promoted young is a virtuous circle that raises pay expectations for everyone, but especially women. The time taken to reach top positions plays a critical role in determining pay for both men and women, but especially for women, according to a new study by IESE’s Marta Elvira and Isabel Villamor, with Cristina Quintana-Garcia. The authors found that executives who…