The EMFin has allowed me to come back into the workplace and immediately make an impact by asking my team to think differently.
The EMFin has a more interactive and applied curriculum than the CFA.
By demonstrating the benefits of a traceability solution, two INSEAD graduates are helping set a new industry standard for the textile sector.
When I walked off the plane five months ago in Singapore and headed straight for our launch day at INSEAD, I had no idea what was in store for me. I had been living in South Africa working as a Product Manager for Tencent.
INSEAD does a particularly good job at selecting the best in every industry from every corner of the world, and bringing them together.
The INSEAD Master in Management is designed to give graduates a head start in today’s business world. To succeed, they must have an edge in both technology and people skills, as well as an understanding of the world’s most pressing issues, and how business and society must innovate to be a force for good.
Having the world-class credibility of the INSEAD brand behind my name no doubt contributed to my recent career move
It is incredible how much material each professor was able to deliver, while engaging on all of our questions and discussions.
Coming from a background in science and start-ups, many of my MBA programme options felt like a strong departure from the unfamiliar mind-expanding experiences, on-the-job learning, and team-building challenges of start-ups into a world of conservatism, risk management, and generally-accepted best practices—except for INSEAD.
I’m no stranger to live music nights. When I lived in Hong Kong (where I grew up and also worked before INSEAD), I used to volunteer for Sofar Sounds Hong Kong, a global movement based on secret gigs built to promote live music in intimate settings.