The INSEAD MBA portfolio of currently more than 15 entrepreneurship electives are designed to enable you to match the courses to your career goals. Learn how these help our alumni join high growth ventures, lead entrepreneurial projects within corporations and focus on social ventures.
Did you know that approximately half of INSEAD graduates run their own companies at some point in their careers? Learn how INSEAD empowers our alumni to join high growth ventures, lead entrepreneurial projects within corporations and focus on social ventures.
1. Sunk cost is sunk. Get over it. We have come a long way and there will always be some unwanted and costly baggage we drag along with us. It’s painful to admit that they are actually unwanted. It’s even more painful to let go of it. But at the end of the day, everything we have learnt in the economics class shouldn’t go to waste. If something is already sunk, be firm and get over it. 2. Look far and think long-term.
Interested in doing an MBA but unwilling to take a year or two off work? Learn how Ben Harrington-Lowe, an Associate Director at Macquarie Group in London found the Master in Finance programme that was flexible enough to fit his career.
Are you hoping your partner will accompany you during your year at INSEAD? Is he or she worried about whether there will be enough people to interact with and what they will be doing while you are in class? Learn more about what life at INSEAD will be like for the two of you.
It’s never too late to learn. Discover how the INSEAD Executive Master in Finance (EMfin) can improve your industry knowledge, widen your understanding of financial services, give you the up-to-date big-picture of your industry and enhance your career prospects.
It is never too early to start thinking about your post-MBA career. Whether you are actively preparing for your MBA or planning to do so in the near future, these tips from our alumni will help you work towards achieving your career goals.
An MBA degree is much more than a means to haul yourself up the corporate ladder. Learn how INSEAD enabled our alumni to make a career change towards social enterprise and sustainable businesses with social impact.
While there are benefits of an MBA programme, such as the classroom experience, global networks, added knowledge and skill sets, and global job opportunities, you will need to do an evaluation and ask some pertinent questions before deciding if an MBA best meets your needs.
With today’s increasingly global marketplace, knowing how to lead a cross-cultural team should be part of every manager's key skill set. Learn how to decode cultural differences in order to work effectively with clients, suppliers and colleagues around the world.