At INSEAD there are more women than ever before. Female participation on the MBA programme has increased from 17% in 2005 to 30% for the 2016 classes. Learn how we are aiming to take it much higher by funding scholarships, working with organisations and more.
In the global conversation about gender balance, men are stepping forward as allies to offer their support and backing their convictions with solid action. Learn how our INSEAD graduates are fighting against discrimination, changing old-fashioned mindsets and giving female voices a platform.
As one of the first business schools in the world to admit women to its MBA programme in 1967, INSEAD has come a long way in promoting gender-parity in education. Learn how the women from our MBA Class of July 2018 have added much vibrancy to the diverse and multinational culture at INSEAD.