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May

IE University and Stanford University: Walking the Way

From May 12 to May 16, a group of twenty students from the prestigious Stanford University (California, USA) and IE University walked together part of Saint James’ Way, from Sarria (Lugo) to Santiago de Compostela, where the Way ends.

Saint James’ Way is the subject of an elective course for all Stanford students participating in the Bing Overseas Studies Program, based in Madrid. Credits earned for the completion of this course are fully transferrable through the Global Community Program.

IE University teaches this course and every year invites IE University students to join Standford University students in this extraordinary journey of self-discovery.

Un grupo de veinte estudiantes de IE University y de la prestigiosa universidad californiana de Stanford recorrió a pie, del 12 al 16 de mayo, el Camino de Santiago, en el trayecto comprendido entre Sarria (Lugo) y Compostela.

Para los alumnos de Stanford, el Camino de Santiago es una materia elegible dentro del Bosp Overseas Studies Program con sede en Madrid, asignatura trimestral reconocida dentro del programa The Global Community y con créditos transferibles a su diseño curricular.

IE University imparte la asignatura en el programa de Stanford y ofrece anualmente a sus propios estudiantes la posibilidad de participar en esta experiencia académica internacional.

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