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.
I believe in the power of diverse interactions and learning from different cultures, and INSEAD seemed like a natural fit for this vision.
INSEAD immediately stood out to me for its diverse community, academic excellence, and practical learning approach.
What makes my INSEAD experience so amazing are the people. Get to know as many as possible and invest in these relationships.
The INSEAD Master in Management (MIM) prepares you for a business career with a wide range of choices across different industry sectors, including and not limited to consulting, financial services, technology, FMCG, industrials, consumer and luxury goods and healthcare.
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INSEAD is the institution with the strongest culture I’ve ever seen. Talking to alumni helps you get a sense on whether you want to belong among this excellence-driven and international community.
The Master's in Management programme at INSEAD stood out as the superior choice, as it met all my criteria and offered an unparalleled learning environment compared to other similar degrees.
By challenging myself to engage with diverse perspectives and backgrounds, I broadened my horizons and developed as a person. It is essential to give oneself the opportunity to learn from the richness of diversity.