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The GMAT is a requirement for most business school programmes, including the INSEAD Master in Management (MIM) and MBA. It is also among the assessment options for the INSEAD Executive MBA and Executive Master in Finance. Like many other adaptive tests, the GMAT requires rigorous preparation in the weeks leading up to the exam date. With the right approach and proper planning, however, acing the GMAT is well within reach.
The pandemic has turbocharged digital transformation initiatives across sectors, as businesses seek to keep up with fast-changing customer expectations and improve operational efficiencies. The finance sector is no exception. Here, industry outsiders such as FinTech firms and e-commerce platforms are continuing to raise the bar with innovative new digital capabilities and services, from mobile banking and digital payment solutions to embedded finance offerings and more.
Don't delay your post-grad experience because of the pandemic! The earlier you do it, the more you reap from the programme.
The EMFin is a great choice, especially if you want to pursue a programme with a strong and in-depth focus in finance.
I selected INSEAD’s EMFin programme because its curriculum and focus match my goals perfectly.
The GMAT is a requirement for most business school programmes, including the INSEAD Master in Management (MIM) and MBA. It is also among the assessment options for the INSEAD Executive MBA and Executive Master in Finance.
INSEAD just ticked all the boxes. I looked at the EMFin curriculum and it was exactly what I had in mind and what I was looking for.
In the end, the EMFin appealed to me more because it is a part-time programme, so the opportunity cost is lower as compared to a full-time programme.