An ally is any person who takes actions, whether they be big or small, and works in solidarity and partnership with marginalised groups of people to take down the systems that challenge their basic rights, equal access, and ability to thrive in our society. Allyship is a journey of life-long learning.
Diversity at INSEAD enhances the educational experience in many ways.
My experiences have made me understand how diversity enriches one’s development.
Learn to embrace uncertainty and to navigate through it successfully to take advantage of the opportunities opening up in front of you.
Think of INSEAD’s unique value proposition and ask yourself whether you can imagine yourself doing well in this environment.
You might not sleep too much during your programme, but you will certainly have an amazing year!
If you are willing to take a more challenging path to a great outcome, you should surround yourself with brilliant people from different backgrounds and ensure their perspectives are included.
INSEAD classrooms are a “social” lab for me where the diversity of people really helps me to look at the same problem from so many lenses and perspectives.
I believe an important reason for the inspiring learning environment is not only the careful selection of students but also the professors’ ability to create an inclusive and informal classroom atmosphere where all students feel like participating.
Employment reports, rankings and statistics are all important when making a choice, but what will stay with you at the end of the programme are the connections you made and the experiences you lived.