INSEAD has a strong focus on sustainability and this aligns strongly with my personal beliefs.
INSEAD is a substantive step towards pursuing my professional passion for learning about the dynamic business world and personal passion of living out-of-the-box experiences.
Watch a video that captures the MBA experience of the Class of July 2023. Challenge your perspectives, empower your future and join us for what would undoubtedly be one the of the most memorable years of your life.
July 3, 2023, marked the beginning of a transformational journey for 30 strangers at the INSEAD campus in Fontainebleau. These were individuals with a purpose and a sense of curiosity; they were there to learn a new language as part of their impending MBA programme. Little did they know that the coming three weeks would offer experiences far exceeding their expectations.
Join us for an insightful fireside chat featuring four talented students from the INSEAD Master in Management programme. They will discuss their experiences, insights, and journey throughout the programme, providing valuable information for prospective students and anyone interested in the field of management. Don't miss this opportunity to gain unique perspectives on the INSEAD Master in Management!
INSEAD is truly a place that welcomes people from all sorts of backgrounds, and people who want to work in all kinds of industries after graduation.
I am not your typical MBA candidate. For nearly seven years, I was a staff writer with TIME Magazine in New York City, where I covered music, culture, and entertainment. (I also worked remotely during the pandemic from a small town in the western U.S., writing about the economy and generational politics.) Journalism kept me busy, but as I watched the media industry crumble around me, I wanted to understand the business context more fully. As the type of person who loves school, I decided it was time to go back.
Everyone I spoke with agreed: Their INSEAD MBA experience is the best time of their life.
Time is officially flying way too fast. Last week brought the end of my first "period" at INSEAD. INSEAD divides the year into five two-month "periods", each with different classes. The first two periods we complete core business classes (finance, accounting, organisational behaviour, etc). After that, we take electives. From a scheduling perspective, periods 1 and 2 (P1 and P2 respectively) are the most intense periods. After P2, the schedule is a little lighter, so everyone has time to recruit for a job.
Become a very good observer and a listener; if one looks closely there’s so much to learn even in what seems to be very routine day-to-day life.