Visits from people from all over the world are a fairly frequent event at my university. I can’t say exactly how many visitors from how many countries I have met over the last few years, but they include people from every continent. They come here to study a degree, or a course, or simply to see the university, which is housed in a building that is a national heritage site. Cities like Segovia are quite used to foreign visitors and tend to be open to the world, multicultural, creative and innovative. That’s why IE University students at the Segovia campus, who are from a total of eighty countries, really appreciate this city, because it is so welcoming to foreigners and it embraces diversity. It’s no coincidence that the Romans built their aqueduct here. It was an excellent choice of location.
19 May, 2014