INSEAD’s Master in Management (MIM) is designed to empower the next generation of well-rounded, agile-thinking and innovative individuals who are ready to make a positive impact in today's society. The Admissions Team is looking for people with intellectual curiosity, personal qualities to contribute to the many activities at INSEAD and a desire to stretch themselves in a rigorous academic programme.
Do you enjoy working with people and solving problems in a professional environment? If so, a career in business might appeal to you, and you might be surprised about how rewarding and flexible this career path can be. But what exactly do we mean by ‘business’? To begin with, every company needs professionals to operate efficiently in areas such as finance, sales, marketing, human resources and more, and broadly speaking, pursuing any of these fields is considered as working in business.
Up until now, the sequence of steps you took in your life may have seemed fairly obvious. You finished high school, and chose your undergraduate subject based on your interests. Or perhaps, you didn’t really have strong interests or opinions, and were happy to take advice and direction from your parents or school counsellors.
INSEAD’s Master in Management (MIM) is the ideal launchpad for a global career. The academic content of the programme equips students with skills that are in demand by the world’s top employers, while hands-on projects ensure graduates have practical knowledge and experience they can immediately apply in their jobs upon graduation.
INSEAD’s history is rooted in using business as a force for good. Founded in 1957, after World War II, INSEAD was created with the vision that business could bring together the countries in Europe to promote peace and prosperity. The school provides a transformative experience with the belief that we can transform students, who can transform business, who can transform the world. That transformation is more important now than ever.
"I enjoyed your two-hour presentation. It was as exciting as watching paint dry." Did you know that when used in the right way, sarcasm can benefit both the user and those on the receiving end? Research shows that sarcasm can inspire creativity in a work environment, but the key is to use sarcasm in a safe and "constructive" way so it doesn't backfire. Click through our slideshare above to find out more.
INSEAD’s MIM and MBA programmes offer two locations – the Asia campus in Singapore and the Europe campus in Fontainebleau, France. The way of life between the two locations varies widely, so for those who are unfamiliar with Singapore, here are 10 things to know about this little island on the world map.
INSEAD’s MIM and MBA programmes offer two locations – the Asia campus in Singapore and the Europe campus in Fontainebleau, France. The way of life varies widely between the two locations, so for those who are interested to study at our Europe campus in Fontainebleau, here are 10 things to know about this charming town just outside Paris.
Time at INSEAD travels on its own continuum – moving with immense slowness through a Friday 5pm class yet flashing through a P1 break. As we celebrated the last of our period one exams four days ago, I was filled with overwhelming emotions that my INSEAD journey is one fifth over and one period closer to saying goodbye to classmates at graduation.
Why are women still subject to many of the same old stereotypes that our mothers and grandmothers faced decades ago? Learn what the seven most prominent and insidious myths that are still making the rounds today — and a few expert comebacks to help combat these untruths.