One of the most common questions our recruitment team helps to answer every day is whether applicants should consider the Master in Management (MIM) or MBA programme.
INSEAD does a particularly good job at selecting the best in every industry from every corner of the world, and bringing them together.
Participating in the Middle East section was a great opportunity for me to get to know a new region and also understand a different way of working.
By demonstrating the benefits of investing in multi-family real estate, these entrepreneurs have raised a private equity fund.
Are you considering an MBA but can’t decide on which school? In addition to doing your own research and speaking to recruitment staff, attending a school event is a great way to learn more about the programme, the calibre of the students and alumni, and the culture of the school.
I believe that the diversity of backgrounds and ideas ultimately leads to a richer learning environment.
Writing this on board of GA821 from Kuala Lumpur to Jakarta, I am filled with both sadness and excitement. I'm sad that I left the family I built in KL, but excited to go back to school soon. This post is also intended to help me sort out my thoughts and hopefully help you in one way or another. In the following blog, I'll focus on my career journey and why I opted to do an MBA at INSEAD.
What are the meaningful ways that women and gender-diverse individuals can be hired and authentically included in a company’s leadership?
1. Do your homework. Check out the school and the programme curriculum on the website and be prepared to explain why you chose INSEAD, why this programme interests you, and how it can help you to achieve your career goals. Make a checklist of key features and dates so you don’t get it mixed up with another institution and end up talking to Stanford about INSEAD’s campus in Singapore! Choose the information you will post on your own social media profile wisely. You have checked out their website, chances are they will check out your profile too.
I couldn’t have asked for a better P4/5 break!