IE University, Segovia
IE University is ranked 8th best university in Europe for employability according to the Education Times 2016. Students from over 100 different countries study at the university and 65% of its population is made up of international students. IE University's cultural diversity is one of its greatest strengths.
Segovia, declared a world heritage site by UNESCO in 1985, features an impressive Roman aqueduct, as well as a castle and a cathedral. It is located in Castilla y León, a region famous for its cuisine and wines, with a continental climate (expect warm summers and cold winters). Located only 25 minutes' away from the bright lights of Madrid by high-speed train, the campus is housed in the historic convent of Fanta Cruz La Real. The building was declared a national heritage site in 1931.
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