As I was entering the final year of university, I thought I had a good idea of what I wanted going forward. Though my plans were not set in stone, I knew that I wanted to graduate, work for a few years and then maybe pursue a master’s degree. Then the pandemic hit. As I saw more and more of my classmates struggling to find entry-level jobs, doubts began creeping in my mind. What had been a robust job market, at least in Canada, was not looking so good anymore.
The INSEAD Master in Management (MIM) aims to empower the next generation of well-rounded, agile-thinking, and innovative individuals who are ready to impact today's society positively.
I could not imagine a more exciting and inspiring scenario than being around 130 smart people from all over the world with extremely diverse backgrounds.
The main reason that drove me to apply for the MIM was its structure – from the subjects to the way of teaching, and the duration of the programme.
In August 2021 INSEAD welcomed the Master in Management (MIM) Class of 2022 on the Fontainebleau campus in France. Hailing from 33 countries of residence and 40 nationalities, this cohort consists of 130 students who are embarking together on a 14 to 16-month journey to launch their international careers. Read on below to meet five MIM'22 students, who share more about their backgrounds and why they chose INSEAD.
Time literally flies at INSEAD.
The MIM gives you a chance to explore in a safe environment and you should really take advantage of it.
The programme may have just started but my head is already brimming with memorable moments.
INSEAD in one sentence: breathtakingly inspiring and empowering.
I have never learned so much in such a short period of time and I feel like every day at the programme is a step towards an excellent personal, academic, and professional development.