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IE Sailing Club – LifeAtIE

Written on June 19, 2018 by Campus Life in Social, Sports

The IE Sailing club goes beyond just your life at IE, it is a place where bonds are built, networks are made and just like your education it stays with you for life. A club that connects not only all the different schools at IE but also the different generations…the incoming students, the current students and the Alumni. It also gives you an opportunity to meet diverse people from other top business schools. The sailing community welcomes you with open arms.

So are you ready for the summer? The IE Sailing Club is organizing crews for several events in the upcoming months. Come and be a part of the action!

RSM MBA Regatta 2018 takes place in Porto, Portugal, from August 30th to September 2nd.
Porto is one of the oldest European centers, and its historical core was proclaimed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996. Good weather, good wind and with the Red Bull Air Race taking place in Oporto in the same weekend, get ready for 4 days of pure adrenaline and excitement!!
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SDA Bocconi MBA Conference & Regatta 2018 takes place in San Margherita, Italy, from September 27th to 30th.
One of the oldest and most sought after Regattas in the MBA league is held at San Margherita, one of the most scenic places in Italy. Close to Portofino, a UNESCO world heritage site, the port boasts a great food and tourist scene.
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Written on May 7, 2018 by Campus Life in Social, Sports

Last weekend, our IE Tennis Club under the lead of Henri Chao has placed first during this year’s IESE Spring Games. Both of the teams have shown an outstanding performance and we are truly proud of this achievement and thank all participants who represented IE in Barcelona.

The event was held from Friday till Sunday and organised by IESE Business School. Before attending the games, the Tennis Club organised tryouts where the players have been selected to form the IE team. The games itself were in Davis Cup style where two singles and one double were played. Amongst IE, other leading business schools were participating like Wharton, Bocconi, Rotterdam and Esade. The tennis club was represented by 2 teams, team number 1 won the whole tournament and team 2 made it to the semi-finals.

The teams have consisted of: Anastasiya Halaburda, Angelika Sobiecka, Valeria Clivaz, Antoine Plumey, João Rafael Marques de Almeida, Leandro Completa, Sacha Toledano and Henri Chao


Trip to Segovia hosted by IE China Club Madrid Chapter

Written on April 30, 2018 by Campus Life in Social

Last Saturday, the 14th of April, IE China Club hosted a FREE trip to Segovia! Around 40 students from IE joined the trip.

We were able to enjoy a private tour provided to us by the campus life associate director, Juan, during which we were given a great explanation about the history of the campus and learned about all the great resources that IE has to offer!

If you have been to Segovia, you would know that there is a must-do thing, which is to try the Cochinillo; and of course we did that as well at the beautiful hotel Candido, one of the most well-known restaurants in Segovia. After lunch, everyone spent the afternoon exploring the beautiful city and taking in the vast immersion of history that Segovia provides.

What a great experience! If you were there, you would have loved it as well; but worries, China Club is preparing more exciting activities for the near future, so stay tuned!”


IE Cooking Club

Written on April 30, 2018 by Campus Life in Social

For the last month, the cooking club has been making different kinds of activities involving the preparation of meals of different countries such as United States, Colombia, Italy, Mexico, and Spain among others. In the beginning, we didn’t have too many many members of the club but each month the amount of joining members have been increasing month by month.

The purpose of doing activities in which students have to cook is because most of them live on their own without a cooking knowledge so the objective is that each one of this student can acquire the ability to cook what they like the most. During activities, we just not learn how to cook, we have lots of fun knowing new friends from all over the world and everything through a delicious dinner.

The way we manage to pick the meal we want to learn its preparation is by proposing cool ideas or by picking a country and selecting a typical meal of the chosen country.

Activities usually take place during the weekends so we cook a Saturday night, we learn to cook, we have a great time cooking and after the activity we normally go out to hangout.


Wine tasting event with the IE Gastronomy Club

Written on April 23, 2018 by Campus Life in Social

My fellow coordinators and I would like to deeply thank our speaker and wine sponsor Miguel Eguren, as well as all IE students who attended, for making last Friday’s late afternoon at the Paper Pavillion such a memorable wine tasting event.

Our guest speaker constituted a valuable wine tasting resource throughout the event and provided extensive insights on the origin of the various red, white and rose wines tasted. Attendees networked and evaluated the various wines together according to sight, smell and taste. 
We hope you left with enriching facts about La Sierra Cantabria winery, great wine tasting tips and a smile on your face!

It was a great pleasure making this event happen on the coordinating side, and we hope to bring you along with us in the world of wine in the upcoming months!

Writen by Isaline Nguyen


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