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European cultural Academy Venice gives scholarships to I FEMME supporters

I Femme is very happy to announce that European Cultural Academy Venice (ECA) has recently joined as Academic Parner.The Academy is based in three beautiful palaces in the center of Venice, will provide 2 scholarships for I Femme fans, supporters and charity advocates to come study an art/photography/architecture course in 2018. Shortly, I Femme will launch the details of…

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Gendered Corruption Perceptions of Political Elites

Dr. Nina Wiesehomeier (IE University) will give a talk titled Gendered Corruption Perceptions of Political Elites.   Date: Friday, February 02, 2018  Time: 12:30 – 14:00 (Note the change in time from last term!) Location: C/ María de Molina 31bis, Madrid, 28006, Room MMB – 802   Recent research has shown that gendered stereotypes depicting women as more ethical…

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IMBA students Gabrielle Rajkumar and Suzette Meade talk about Google “2017 Top Black Talent Forum” in London

The IMBA Program provides access to many valuable opportunities beyond the classroom. Recently, Gabrielle Rajkumar, graduate of the IMBA January 2017 intake, and Suzette Meade, current student in the IMBA September 2017 intake, identified a career learning and networking opportunity with Google through the IE Talent & Careers Achieve portal. Google hosted the “2017 Top…

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Maryam Sultan Abdullah – Alumni of the Month January 2018

Maryam Sultan Abdullah graduated from the International MBA in 2011 and now works as Operations Analyst at the World Bank. Previously posted at © Ideas Full name: Maryam Sultan Abdullah IE program studied and graduation year: IMBA2011 Current position: Operations Analyst at the World Bank Proudest achievement: Proud of my successful projects Careers Tip:  Work Hard, enjoy…

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Sustainable Entrepreneurship with a Female Twist

          Previously posted at ©  IE Insights  Female entrepreneurs are playing an essential role in a society prioritizing social and environmental objectives. By Rachida Justo, Associate Professor of Social Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Management at IE Business School. In addition to their standard economic objectives, entrepreneurs in the world’s most advanced societies have also begun to…

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A Crash Course on Workplace Gender Biases

By Mudra Mukesh, feminisminindia.com “A study by one of my favourite professors at IE Business School, Margarita Mayo, revealed that men are perceived by others to be confident if they are seen as competent. However, for women to be perceived as confident and influential, they must appear competent AND warm. Continue reading here Margarita Mayo: “Why are there…

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