These are exciting times - the INSEAD Europe campus is getting ready to welcome its first Master in Management (MIM) class. As the school celebrates its 60th anniversary it is only getting younger, more energetic and more innovative!
It’s funny how time passes. It feels as if I joined INSEAD in Singapore a lifetime ago, but I just looked at my calendar and it’s only been a little over a month. I’ve attended a bunch of parties, drank a few too many beers and gone on two international trips in the span of five weeks. INSEAD certainly does live up to its name of being an unforgettable year.
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Hey there! I feel it will be a good idea to briefly introduce myself before I start my blog. My name is Sona, an Indian living in a small country on the coasts of Persian Gulf, Qatar for the past four years. Like many other people, I had an opportunity to visit Europe two years back during an amazing short trip with friends. But now, it’s for the first time that I am living in Europe for the long term starting this fall as I got accepted at INSEAD to pursue my MBA.
The Fontainebleau campus is enjoying sunny days and the MBA July '18 Class is already close to finishing their first Period on the Programme. It seems that just not that long ago they were just preparing to embark on their journey. The pace is fast at INSEAD, and we are looking forward to welcoming the January '18 Class in just a couple of months. In the meantime, scholarship applications will soon open for those that will start the MBA next September. INSEAD Scholarships on Social Enterprise
February. Love is always in the air. Or at least, that’s what I thought. Entering the second part of the first period of the INSEAD experience, for some reason, things begin to wear me out. The lessons are all around, the activities are all consuming, and the expectations keep on rising. And what’s worse, is that I feel alone. It feels lonely to fight by yourself through heavy scheduling, through massive personal assignments, and to struggle amidst your own expectation about yourself. I long for companionship. Where are my friends?