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Alumni Mentorship Programme

The IBEI Alumni Mentorship Programme was launched under the IBEI’s admissions campaign the 2015-16 academic year with the aim of accompanying the potential students towards their application and admissions processes. 

The IBEI as such provides students with answers to more formal questions such as the different master’s programmes, housing, professors, courses, deadlines, visas etc. However, there are queries about the programmes and the Barcelona experience which the alumni,may be able to answer/clarify best by sharing their experience when studying at IBEI.

The basic responsibility for the alumni is to answer any questions regarding IBEI’s programmes, the Barcelona experience, etc. and any other issues the applicants may have in mind. It ususally comes to be a crossing emails question but if you live in the same city, you may even end up getting together.

If you are a future student and you want to be part of the Alumni Mentorship Programme for the Academic Year 2017-18, you will have to contact the Admissions Office.

If you are an IBEI alumni and you want to become a Mentor please write us at alumni@ibei.org and join our Mentorship team!

Share the future, share the past

A quick glance at the IBEI Mentorship Programme

Mentees according to origin

This is a snapshot to date of our mentees. 80 new students have joined the IBEI mentorship programme from different countries, and have been matched with a mentor from the same country or study programme.  

A quick glance at the IBEI Mentorship Programme 2017-18

A total of 136 IBEI Alumni have voluntereed to become mentors and 94 new students have participated as mentees.

Most of the mentors studied the MIR (either track), but IBEI is glad to see that there are also former students who are providing help for the most recent programmes: the MIS and especially the MID. In addition, the mentorship programme spans a wide geographical area, as the mentors are currently located in different cities around the world. One of our objectives is to match nationalities and programmes, wherever possible. With this diversity, the Alumni Mentoring Programme becomes ever more global. Here you have the profile of our alumni who have helped mentor the students of 2017-18.