I am looking forward to learning from my colleagues and working with the careers team at INSEAD!
I chose the INSEAD MIM because it offered me a unique fusion of management studies, technology and sustainability, exactly what I needed.
I look forward to the one million possibilities that will start to shape my future experience at INSEAD.
They say that at INSEAD, everyone is a minority, which I found distinct from other programmes.
If you are a graduate or current student in a non-business major like liberal arts, in my case for example, you might also be the only one in your department to be looking at applying for a Master in Management (MIM). This fact only affected me once I realised that a large number of candidates to MIM programmes actually come from business backgrounds, or at least with business-related internships in their pocket. There is no need, however, to panic about being different.
Intense explorative efforts have directed me towards MIM at INSEAD, a hub of academic excellence.
INSEAD offers me a chance to study in global campuses, to learn with students from global backgrounds and to seek career opportunities globally—making it hard to say no to this amazing programme!
I’ve never had this level of support - the system at INSEAD worked really well for me.
One of the most common questions our recruitment team helps to answer every day is whether applicants should consider the Master in Management (MIM) or MBA programme.
1. Do your homework. Check out the school and the programme curriculum on the website and be prepared to explain why you chose INSEAD, why this programme interests you, and how it can help you to achieve your career goals. Make a checklist of key features and dates so you don’t get it mixed up with another institution and end up talking to Stanford about INSEAD’s campus in Singapore! Choose the information you will post on your own social media profile wisely. You have checked out their website, chances are they will check out your profile too.