The Instituto Químico de Sarrià (IQS) is a prestigious Jesuit institution in Barcelona and a part of the 11 member institution Universitat Ramon Llull (URL). IQS offers more than a century of experience in providing a holistic approach to education for Spanish and international students. The University consists of two divisions: the IQS School of Engineering and the IQS School of Management (AACSB accredited). IQS and its University network enjoys a reputation for academic excellence and social commitment that ensures a well-rounded and challenging experience for its students. Courses are taught in English and class sizes are small, allowing maximum access to IQS's world-class faculty.
U.S. School of Record
St. Norbert College (WI)
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Mixture of about 1,000 degree-seeking and study abroad students from around the world.
IQS is committed to helping students develop the personal, professional, and academic skills necessary to become ethical leaders and engaged citizens in the 21st Century. In addition to having an excellent academic reputation, IQS enjoys strong relationships with Spain’s scientific and business communities. These collaborations keep the school adaptable and responsive to the constantly evolving needs of the broader society. The school is also a hub for research and innovation across a range of academic disciplines, from Biotechnology to Financial Management.
Being an IQS student means much more than just following a syllabus; it means striving for excellence. And this quest is inseparable from the effort, discipline and intellectual rigor required for personal development. At IQS, students are encouraged to achieve their highest potential, while developing professional and interpersonal skills.
SAI is dedicated to providing academic and cultural learning experiences abroad that enhance global awareness, professional development and social responsibility. We concentrate our programs in Europe, with a focus on in-depth learning of individual European countries and their unique global role in the geopolitical economy, humanities, and in the arts.