Working closely with our MBA students and recruiters, the Employer Engagement Team at INSEAD brings in the views of what industries need, and helps our MBA students develop a value proposition that makes them attractive to employers. With INSEAD’s three campuses in Asia, Europe and the Middle East, recruiters benefit by having a footprint in each of these geographies when hiring talents for global recruitments.
If you want to build a career in finance, joining the INSEAD MBA will open amazing opportunities for you in the industry. With the help of the Career Development Centre, students get support from sector specialists who can connect them with employers and recruiters from all over the globe. Through the CDC, they also gain access to the school's vast alumni network, so they can reach out to fellow INSEADers with careers in financial services.
More MBA students are now going into technology companies and startups because of the exciting opportunities to solve big problems and build the future. Through INSEAD's Career Development Centre, our MBAs get support in refining their "pitch" to employers to make their desired career switch possible. Beyond our CDC resources, INSEAD MBA students also benefit from the programme's rich entrepreneurship content, diverse population and intense 10-month structure.
At INSEAD, our Career Coaches find great satisfaction when they see our students achieving and exceeding goals, as well as getting a job that they are happy in. Our unique model of providing a specialised Career Coach to every MBA student throughout the programme allows us to better understand their needs, aspirations and motivations. Hear from our MBA alumni as they share their career development journey at INSEAD, and how their Career Coaches helped them to map out and embark on the career that they've always wanted. FEATURING
INSEAD MBA students are trained to manage and thrive in a fast-moving and changing environment. As the world continues to change and get more technologically advanced, more people are required to manage those processes and market new ideas and products. You need high adaptability to move quickly and stay ahead of the pack because that's the way the world is going to continue to progress.
We interviewed GEMBA'07 Alumna Charlotte Mason at her workplace, and talked about the experience and the impact the programme has had on her life sometime after. After graduation, she had quickly moved up from middle management to senior management, and then changed tracks to become an entrepreneur.
Leadership is a complex subject, and it's a difficult skill to develop. At INSEAD, we provide our Executive MBA participants with a safe environment to reflect on leadership issues and to practice their skills as managers and visionaries for their organisations.
Let our alumni share with you what the INSEAD EMBA experience was like for them and how it benefitted their professional and personal development. Redefine the way you think and lead.
Nadiya Lubnina Head of Marketing HoReCa.digital INSEAD Executive MBA If you want it, go for it! "I always say that, "You have everything that you allow yourself to have." That's my rule. Very often when I talk to women, I sense there are a lot of barriers that we are creating ourselves. Like, "I might want to have that kind of job. I might want to be that big leader.."
Lauren Chung Chief Operating Officer Asia Pacific Teneo Strategy INSEAD Executive MBA "It's all there for you, if you want it." A successful entrepreneur, Lauren had just sold her company when she contemplated the next step in her professional development by doing an Executive MBA. She was also expecting her first child. In this video, she shares her experience on managing her obligations as a mother, as well as work and business school.