The History of Insead
As one of the world's leading and largest graduate business schools, INSEAD offers participants a truly global educational experience. With campuses in Europe (France), Asia (Singapore), and Middle East (Abu Dhabi), and alliances with top institutions, INSEAD's business education and research spans around the globe. Our 145 renowned faculty members from 40 countries inspire more than 1,400 students in our degree and PhD programmes. In addition, more than 11,000 executives participate in INSEAD's executive education programmes each year.
Course highlights are Master in Management, MBA, Global Executive MBA, Executive Master in Finance, Executive Master in Change, Tsinghua-INSEAD Executive MBA.
Life in Insead
We are free from any dominant culture or prevalent dogma; we are open to, and respectful of, other views; we learn through the exchange of ideas and experiences. We believe in intellectual freedom and are autonomous in our financial, institutional and academic planning and decision-making process. We encourage diversity in research and teaching methods with no single school of thought or methodology predominating; what matters is rigor and impact on management as an academic discipline, on business practice, and in the classroom.
Global MBA Ranking 2019. Prev. As one of the world's leading and largest graduate business schools, INSEAD offers participants a truly global educational experience. With campuses in France, Singapore and Abu Dhabi, and alliances with top institutions, INSEAD's business education spans around the globe.
Students wishing to apply for a course at Insead in Singapore can refer to the following link on admission to courses: https://www.insead.edu/master-programmes/mba/admissions
The Singapore campus of INSEAD maintains a list of notable alumni that includes Tidjane Thiam (CEO of Credit Suisse), Henry Engelhardt (CEO of Admiral Group), Wopke Hoekstra (Dutch Minister of Finance), Perry Lim (Chief of Defence Force), Jusuf Kalla (Vice President of The Republic of Indonesia) and Paul Desmarais (Chairman of Power Corporation of Canada).
The acceptance rate is typically 30% to 35%.