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’s Executive MBA programme is intensive, rigorous and challenging. To ensure that we bring the best talent to the class, applicants must either take the INSEAD Assessment, the GMAC Executive Assessment (EA) or the GMAT – all of which provide a uniform and standardised way of evaluating candidates’ aptitude to cope with the intensity and breadth of the programme.
Last updated: 11 September 2020 The INSEAD Executive MBA is an intensive programme with a rigorous academic curriculum. To ensure that we bring the best talent to the class, applicants must either take the INSEAD Assessment, the GMAC Executive Assessment (EA) or the GMAT – all of which provide a uniform and standardised way of evaluating candidates’ aptitude to cope with the intensity and breadth of the programme.
Last updated: 9 September 2020
At INSEAD, we look for people with intellectual curiosity and a desire to stretch themselves in a rigorous programme such as our one-year MBA. We welcome applications from around the world regardless of ethnicity, gender, religion, or financial status. Our aim is to build an exciting, dynamic and diverse student body. In this video, Virginie Fougea, head of INSEAD's MBA Recruitment and Admissions, talks about what the school looks for in an MBA candidate.
The GMAT is a tough nut to crack. 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. INSEAD MBA students Ekaterina Kuznetsova, Wenyu Yang and Silvia Nelba share some insights on their GMAT preparation strategy and their secrets on how they achieved competitive scores.
On this very special day, which celebrates women’s achievements worldwide, I would like to dedicate this article to women’s power and determination. I had a very strong role model growing up, my mother, who has always empowered me and shaped what I am today.
Photo of the magical Chateau de FontainebleauBut first, let me introduce myself and my background (since this my first blog).
I wanted to pass along a few contributions from successful applicants who were not my clients, but part of my INSEAD thread on GMAT Club. I think you will find at least one or two things helpful!
Whether you are currently working on your application or still in the process of getting ready, we thought you may appreciate a few pointers from the EMBA Admissions Team on how to boost your application.