The GMAT is a requirement for most business school programmes, including the INSEAD Master in Management (MIM) and MBA. It is also among the assessment options for the INSEAD Executive MBA and Executive Master in Finance.
I chose the INSEAD MIM because it offered me a unique fusion of management studies, technology and sustainability, exactly what I needed.
I look forward to the one million possibilities that will start to shape my future experience at INSEAD.
They say that at INSEAD, everyone is a minority, which I found distinct from other programmes.
Intense explorative efforts have directed me towards MIM at INSEAD, a hub of academic excellence.
INSEAD offers me a chance to study in global campuses, to learn with students from global backgrounds and to seek career opportunities globally—making it hard to say no to this amazing programme!
I’ve never had this level of support - the system at INSEAD worked really well for me.
Applying for the INSEAD Executive Master in Change (EMC) programme is a process of reflection in itself. We try to make it as simple and smooth as possible, and our step-by-step guide really helps candidates tick off all the items from the checklist.
Rumour has it – INSEAD’s MBA programme is difficult to get in, as it requires a mighty GMAT score. Or you might have heard that if you do not have a business background, your chances of getting admitted into INSEAD are low. Nothing clears the air better than hearing directly from INSEAD’s admissions office, so here are some misconceptions that we have so often heard – debunked!
Are you considering an MBA but can’t decide on which school? In addition to doing your own research and speaking to recruitment staff, attending a school event is a great way to learn more about the programme, the calibre of the students and alumni, and the culture of the school.