Our consulting and custom programmes clients in Spain have included Caja Madrid, la Caixa, MAPFRE, BBVA, Santander, the Stock Exchange Institute of Madrid, Diputación Foral de Bizkaia, Patronat Catalunya Mon and many others.
LSE, in collaboration with Spanish newspaper Expansión, are hosting a high-level roundtable discussion on China and the Leadership of the New World Order on 7 March 2017, 8.30am.
At the end of January 2017, we will be welcoming a group of 45 participants from ESADE, an educational institution in Spain, for a one-week programme. This will be the first time that we have organised a programme for them, and we are very much looking forward to it. The week starts with a welcome dinner, before launching into a busy week of study.
The Fundación Ramón Areces (FRA) and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) co-hosted an event on 12 December in Madrid “New world order? Brexit, Trump and the world economy in 2017”. Speakers included Nicholas Barr (London School of Economics and Political Science), Rafael Doménech (BBVA Research) and Federico Steinberg (Real Instituto Elcano).
The series of masterclasses for Fundación Ramón Areces (FRA) has come to an end for one more year. The four masterclasses have been very successful, but in particular this fourth and final one. The masterclass, “Inequality: Why is it happening and where is it going?” received more than 160 applications for just 30 places.
On a sunny day in August this year, LSE welcomed 42 undergraduate students from the Instituto Estudios Bursátiles (IEB). They began their time in London with a welcome reception hosted by LSE Enterprise’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr Simon Flemington, and the IEB’s Director of Studies, Ms Ana Moreno Giraldo. As the weather turns, and after twelve weeks of hard work, the global business and finance students have graduated and have returned to Spain with their well-earned certificates.
It was an early start in Madrid on 27 October for the 80 participants who attended the latest jointly-hosted event by LSE and the Spanish newspaper, Expansión. In honour of the upcoming US presidential elections, the event analysed the relationship between Europe and the United States.
Speakers included Ana Palacio and Carlos Westendorp, former Spanish Ministers of Foreign Affairs; Antonio Garrigues Walker, lawyer; and Michael Cox, LSE Professor of International Relations and Head of Programme for Transatlantic Relations.
The United States and Europe – The 58th US Presidential Election & the Status Quo of Transatlantic Relations
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is hosting an event in Madrid on 27 October 2016, in collaboration with Expansión, a Spanish economic daily newspaper.
As the latest cohort of Basque students settle into the 10-week European Political Economy and Finance executive education programme, two students explain a little bit about themselves and why they chose the programme.
As autumn approaches, LSE welcomes the latest cohort of Basque students attending the European Political Economy and Finance Programme.
LSE Executive Education has produced an interdisciplinary programme for young Basque professionals, sponsored by the Diputación Foral de Bizkaia. The group started their time here at LSE, on 26 September, with a campus tour to give them a full overview of all that LSE has to offer during their short stay.
On Friday 13 May, the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) held a special event in Madrid. It was attended by over 50 top business and policy representatives. Dr José Viñals, Financial Controller and Director of the Capital Markets and Monetary Policy at the IMF, gave a talk on the ´Global Financial Situation´ at the law firm Gómez, Acebo y Pombo.
Adam Austerfield, Director of Global Market Development at LSE Enterprise and Regional Vice-President of the British Chamber of Commerce in Spain was interviewed about the effects of Brexit on UK nationals in Spain. ‘In the 1970s, when Britain joined the EU, the trade patterns changed fundamentally and underpinned growth in the 80s and 90s. Existing and new trade links would be affected, and people setting up businesses in Spain might look for trade partners other than the UK.’
Too much choice? LSE pensions expert Professor Nicholas Barr is featured in El Mundo
Last week 38 final undergraduate students from top universities in Spain, Portugal, France, Germany and Turkey arrived at LSE for the six-month Global Dimensions Programme.
The composition and dynamic of what was an exceptionally engaging and curious group contributed to the superb feedback we received from participants and academics alike. The next masterclass will be held in December on the topic of Spain, the EU and the USA: What future do they have in the new Global Economy?
LSE is known by its unique philosophy of teaching from a truly global perspective, surrounded by an entirely international community, so taking part in this programme implies learning and exploring something new every single day.