The pursuit of entrepreneurship is a journey that requires more than just a brilliant idea; it demands a profound understanding of the business landscape, access to relevant resources, and a network of like-minded visionaries. When it comes to equipping aspiring entrepreneurs with these essential tools, INSEAD's MBA programme stands out as a global leader.
I am writing these lines sitting on a plane. I am flying back home for Christmas, and I look strange bringing a winter coat on top of my luggage in the humid, 30-degree Singaporean weather. When the aircraft took off, I mentally reviewed the last 12 months. What a year.
Most working professionals are aware of the advantages of doing an MBA to boost their skills and career opportunities. But deciding to take the time to do an MBA is the easy part. Choosing the right school is, often, a much tougher decision. MBA rankings, published by media outlets such as Bloomberg Businessweek, The Financial Times, Forbes magazine and Poets&Quants, are one source of information for those seeking independent business school information prior to making their career’s biggest investment.
With tons of social, career, academic activities running in parallel during the day at INSEAD, I hardly ever have problems staying asleep at night. But on Monday January 31st, I woke up before 5 am feeling somewhat uneasy. I reached out to my phone to check if there were any news... just one, but there was one... a pretty big one too. Financial Times has placed INSEAD #1 for the second consecutive year under its “Global MBA Ranking 2017”!!