“Will INSEAD’s MBA really help me in my career?” “What are my options after an MBA?”
A career in consulting offers our MBA students global exposure and the platform to apply their skill sets across a variety of topics – from market growth and strategy to operational excellence and capital productivity.
At INSEAD, our Career Development team goes beyond fostering relationships with employers. By creating thought partnerships, the team provides and shares valuable knowledge and insights to help employers recruit the right candidate from our pool of MBA talent. Thanks to the intensity of a 10-month MBA programme and a diverse student body, employers often find that INSEAD students are better equipped to perform on the job.
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.
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
I became a Partner right after my graduation
As a finance professional, the ability to evolve with your industry’s changing priorities can make the difference between building a good career and a truly great one.
This morning when starting my computer, the desktop paper read, “Because people matter”. It made me think who matters to me? And, who do I matter to? I thought about how it has become important to me to matter in my adult life. Perhaps it was because I was bullied as a child and teen during the school years? But what does – to matter – actually mean? matter verb [ I ] – To be of importance
It would not be too difficult to imagine what kind of year you will have at INSEAD when you only have one year to study, network, find a job, and enjoy student life. Your INSEAD year will be dynamic, fun, inspiring and, at the same time, demanding. Many students have reported a series of sleepless nights. But wait… does it have to always be that way? Here are my top three insights from my P1 experience on study-life balance at INSEAD.
Networks...we all know about them, are part of them and create them.