How to finance your master programme apart from personal savings? For INSEAD’s Executive Master in Finance (EMFin), there are various options such as INSEAD scholarships, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) Scholarships and gaining your employer’s support to consider.
The EMFin empowered me with a much broader perspective regarding how other verticals within our industry, and indeed, other industries operate.
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With such an intense and diverse calendar of activities at INSEAD, I managed to get to know myself better.
An Executive Master in Finance is a significant investment of time and money. Gaining your employer's support would typically mean getting the company to sponsor full or part of the tuition fees, and agreeing on time away from work to attend the modules.
Get ready to be stuffed with knowledge like afoie gras goose!
INSEAD is about understanding yourself and others and to find the courage to change.
I keep in touch with both class members and faculty. It’s a powerful network.