How can young professionals entering the workforce be prepared for a post-COVID world? COVID-19 has resulted in ongoing changes in global business, leading companies to reassess costs and strategies, including those around the future of work and the changing nature of jobs. Living through an economic downturn may not be easy for young professionals about to enter the workforce, but it presents them with opportunities to acquire and develop skills required for the ‘new normal’.
INSEAD's Master in Management (MIM) programme 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. If you are a young professional with zero to two years of work experience looking to learn beyond theory, acquire practical skills and maximise your career potential, INSEAD's MIM is one to explore.
The INSEAD Master in Management is designed to give graduates a head start in today’s business world. The curriculum design involved faculty, the school board as well as recruiters, to gather feedback on what skills and knowledge today’s young professionals are typically lacking in the workplace. This process led us to create the MIM Practicals which are integrated into each of the five study periods.
Many of you already know that soon after sending in your application for the MIM programme at INSEAD, you will receive a link to submit answers to four questions via a video interview. I wanted to share a couple of pieces of advice that you may find useful as you prepare for these interviews.
With a total value of around $250 billion, the global consulting sector is one of the largest and most mature markets within the professional services industry. In this article, INSEAD’s Global Consulting Lead offers some perspectives on the industry and how the INSEAD Master in Management (MIM) can help to prepare you for a successful career in this sector.
P3 is the last study period on the Fontainebleau campus, before the cohort moves on to Abu Dhabi (optional) and Singapore. In the Core Courses, you will learn to apply your accounting knowledge to practical managerial uses, discover the exciting and perhaps surprising aspects of operations and logistics, and understand the intersection between business, government and public policy.
Growing up in Lebanon, Georges moved to France to obain a Masters in Strategy and Finance from ESSEC Business School. He completed an internship as a Business Analyst at Louis Vuitton’s international headquarters before joining INSEAD, and has a strong interest in finance, strategy, analytics and research. In this video, Georges talks about his journey to the MIM programme, the academic experience and admissions criteria as well as his career opportunities after graduation.
The INSEAD Master in Management (MIM) Class of 2021 launched in September 2020, in the midst of the global pandemic. Meet some students of the pioneering MIM Class who share their experiences and impressions of the programme.
Abdulhameed Obileye obained a First Class Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Lagos. Before joining INSEAD, his varied experiences include several internships in the oil and gas industry, product marketing and community management for a start-up, a stint in the strategy team of Nigeria's largest maize producer, as well as volunteering for a number of international youth and cultural organisations.
Originally from France, Florence obtained a BSc in International Management and Modern Languages from the University of Bath (UK), spent a year studying and working in Chile, and has completed several international internships in consulting, marketing and sales.