INSEAD. The place where graduates speak three languages. And where 40% of graduates go into consulting.
Listen to the recording of our conversation with Pejay Belland, Director of Marketing, Admissions & Financial Aid at INSEAD, for great insights into the program and tips that applicants to any MBA program should know.
00:01:42 – Singapore, Fontainebleau, and the USA in 10 months?
00:03:25 – Does the exchange program come at the expense of community?
00:05:04 – Why INSEAD likes consultants and consultants like INSEAD.
00:07:33 – Entrepreneurship at INSEAD (50% of grads start their own company at some time in their career!).
00:09:52 – Changes to the INSEAD application: Really getting to know candidates as people.
00:16:25 – The new dean and his initiatives.
00:18:51 – The video essay: in the cards.
00:20:38 – INSEAD’s admissions process and what it means for applicants.
00:24:32 – Can you demonstrate “international outlook” if you’ve never left your home country?
00:25:42 – What Pejay wishes she could tell all applicants.
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