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.
While I was nearing the end of the penultimate semester of my bachelor’s degree in early 2020, I was starting to plan my next steps. Write my bachelor thesis, finish my degree by late summer and then start an internship as a first step towards securing an entry-level position. After that I was planning to work for a few years and then maybe start an MBA. At least, that was the idea.
This year the INSEAD Consulting Club launched the inaugural INSEAD Global Case Competition in partnership with McKinsey & Company. Current MBA and MIM students formed teams of three to five students and delivered six to eight slides on a specific problem chosen by the Leadership Team.
I am writing this post following a long period of reflection. When evaluating someone's "success", people tend to see only the tip of the iceberg. In this article, my objective is to uncover the bottom of the iceberg and share my personal experience.
In 2000, INSEAD inaugurated its Asia campus in Singapore. With this bold step, INSEAD became the first business school to have two full-fledged campuses with permanent faculty - one in Europe, the other in Asia. Since then, the school’s vision evolved from "creating a bridge between Asia and the rest of the world” to bringing together people, cultures and ideas to develop responsible leaders who transform business and society globally. We have also added the Middle East campus in Abu Dhabi, as well as the San Francisco Hub.