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.
In this video, he talks about his journey to the MIM programme, impressions about his cohort and faculty, what it's like to leave home and study abroad, and how his worldview is changing through the INSEAD experience.
Abdulhameed is also a student ambassador at MASTERGRADSCHOOLS.
Content in this video
00:00 - Introduction
00:23 - What did you do before coming to INSEAD?
01:19 - What led you to INSEAD?
01:57 - How difficult was it to get accepted to INSEAD?
03:02 - How diverse is your class?
04:27 - What are the main differences between the MIM and MBA?
05:41 - How did you manage through financial and personal uncertainty?
09:04 - Any life altering learning moments?
13:20 - Did the MIM influence how you see the world?