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11 Interesting facts about INSEAD B-school

INSEAD, the 'Business School of the world' as it is well known worldwide, endeavours to cross public limits to enhance and show better approaches for building organizations. Let us look at the 11 most interesting facts about INSEAD Business School.

  1. Location: INSEAD has three locations—one each in Fontainebleau, close to Paris, Sin

gapore and Abu Dhabi, UAE. Students have an assortment of houses, studios, and flats to choose from. The Asia grounds are located in Singapore's Knowledge Hub locale, a little ways from Changi air terminal.

2. Ranking: INSEAD reliably discovers a spot among the world's main five MBA programs by Financial Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, and Forbes. The INSEAD MBA program was put second in the FT's ranking. The Tsinghua-INSEAD Dual Degree Executive MBA(ENNA) and the Single School EMBA program have been among the best ten on FT.

3. Staff: As can be considered typical, INSEAD brags a cluster of recognized educators. They come from numerous countries, including India. Business case studies arranged by INSEAD educators

are the second-most broadly utilized on the planet, after those created by Harvard Business School (HBS)

4. Programs: Postgraduate programs at INSEAD are MBA, Executive Master in Consulting, Global Executive MBA, Executive Master in Finance, and Tsinghua-INSEAD Executive MBA. Its chief training programs incorporate General Management, Corporate Governance, Top Management, Leadership, Strategy, Digital Transformation and Innovation, Finance, Marketing and Sales, R&D and Operations Management, Entrepreneurship and Family Business. A PhD in Management program is additionally available.

5. Educational plan: INSEAD's MBA is a sped up ten-month program split into five semesters, each lasting two months. It offers 75 electives and 13 centre courses (English). The MBA program guarantees that students apply what they are learning in the classroom. The professors have the opportunity to utilize their teaching styles and strategies, including contextual investigations, role play, tasks, and study visits. INSEAD has formed associations with Wharton and Kellogg and with the CEIBS in China.

6. Scholarship and grants: INSEAD grants are the most popular; however, they are limited, and competition is extreme. Around one-fourth of students get grants somewhere in the range of €8,000 and €35,000. There are two rules for grant choices: (1)Students financial position and need(need-based) (2) How good has the student been academically.

7. Professional advancement: The Career Development Team, consisting of 40 members on the campus, guides students on arranging their profile when they start their MBA program. During the program, the group sorts out workshops, board conversations, and guidance meetings. The Career Development Program begins with a CV online course. Every student is appointed a vocation mentor who supports and screens professional advancement. As numerous as almost 300 organizations attend the placement for the graduating classes.

8. Placements after MBA: More than 300 organizations enrolled INSEAD graduates and more than 90% of the students secured positions within three months of the program. 80% had the option to change their capacity, area, or country, and over a quarter percent figured out how to change every one of the three, as indicated by INSEAD. At any rate, 50% of graduates run or own organizations eventually during their career and dispatch 50 to 80 new companies each year.

9. Pay rates, ROI: US b-schools may have an edge in pay rates, yet the ten-month length of the INSEAD MBA program limits the professional break for aspirants. With the mean salary of $105,700, INSEAD graduates acquire more than the noteworthy graduated class of other top b-schools, as indicated by INSEAD.

10. Remarkable alumni: INSEAD brags 50,000 graduated class in 170 nations. As per the INSEAD site, the school has created a larger number of CEOs of FT500 organizations than any of its European or Asian opponents. Among the school's well known graduated class are Linsday Owen Jones (ex-L'Oréal), Henry Engelhardt (Admiral Insurance), Meera Sanyal (ex-Royal Bank of Scotland, India), Rajiv Shah (ex-USAID), William Hague (Conservative government official), Jusuf Kalla (Indonesian Vice President) and many more.

11. What's interesting: INSEAD's ten-month educational plan (which gives graduates a quicker and higher ROI), its three branches, and its consistent top ranks on mostly all the rating agencies made INSEAD the choice for MBA aspirants throughout the world.

Let us know if you have more interesting points about INSEAD to add to the list.

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