Classes at INSEAD are very engaging. The discussions are lively, and professors always seek to hear different perspectives.
The INSEAD Global Executive MBA programme (GEMBA) offers an unparalleled experience for senior executives looking to hone their general management skills with a focus on developing a unique leadership style that helps careers to progress further. Participants of the GEMBA will also become part of a unique and close-knit globally distributed INSEAD network spanning 65,000+ alumni.
Come with an open mind and high expectations, be prepared to invest your time and energy to learn in and outside of campus, and most importantly spend time and get to know your cohort - you will learn a lot from each other.
Welcome to series three of In The Know. Over the course of this academic year, we will continue to discuss the latest career advice like the future of the workplace and inside the mind of a recruiter while also covering many leadership insights featuring episodes on business in the Middle East and managing generation Z. To kick off series three, we are joined by our Associate Dean of Degree Programmes, Katy Montgomery, as we look to build on the start of a new academic year and share what the future looks like for business education.
When attending a coffee chat with a potential employer, you will need to demonstrate your interest in the firm, as well as your interest and knowledge of the industry. During the conversation, you want to give the impression that you researched the company and have a real interest in it.
An Executive MBA (EMBA) can open doors to new and exciting opportunities, especially for these three groups of professionals: 1. Executives looking to move up the ladder
From personal to professional, the benefits you stand to gain from embarking on an Executive MBA are huge and life-changing, and whilst everyone experiences the programme in a very individual way, here are the top reasons highlighted by our participants and alumni.