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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 06 Dec 2012, 08:06
Dear GMATClub community,

Sorry i haven't been great at replying to your posts this past 2 months. October and November are our busiest months of the year. To all who have submitted their application for Round 2 yesterday, thanks for your interest in our school :-) I wish you the best of success for the process and hope to get the chance to welcome you on the Fontainebleau campus one day!

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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 11 Dec 2012, 14:53
Hi Camille. I have a couple of questions please.

* Is there a link where I can check the time schedule for courses? I would like to understand better how a typical week would look like.
* Can you comment on the typical number of points that are needed to bid for a campus exchange. In my case, I applied for September entry in Singapore and I would like to gauge my chances of spending P3-5 or P4-5 in France.

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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 19 Dec 2012, 01:02
Hi camille

I work with one of the Largest automobile firm in India and for one of the most prestigious groups in the country. I was till recently in a particular profile and have just moved into a new role and hence the amount of info on the role that i would provide would be minimal.how do i overcome this?
Again, my new supervisor knows very little about me yet, and hence can I ask my previous supervisor to recommend me as he has knowm me for over two years now and can give a better reference.

Also, how are people in the sales profession or channel management function looked upon by the Insead adcom? considering you must have applications from bankers, cconsultants and even doctors etc
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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 10 Jan 2013, 08:21
Hi Camille,

I am applying to INSEAD for January 2014 and have a question regarding the language policy. My secondary schooling was completed in English, however, I took a second language throughout my 12-year schooling career and this class was taught and tested exclusively in that language. Would the results of my final secondary school exam for this language be acceptable as an entry language or will I be required to obtain a separate proficiency certification?

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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 15 Jan 2013, 02:11
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Hi Camille. I have a couple of questions please.

* Is there a link where I can check the time schedule for courses? I would like to understand better how a typical week would look like.
* Can you comment on the typical number of points that are needed to bid for a campus exchange. In my case, I applied for September entry in Singapore and I would like to gauge my chances of spending P3-5 or P4-5 in France.

Thanks!

Hi Ducksworth,
First i'd like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a great New Year! I wish you great success in your GMAT tests and Business School Applications!!

Alright, let's get down to it!
Question 1: It is difficult to describe a 'typical' week as our students' schedule will look very different if they're in P1-P2 or P3-P4-P5. We have posted on our website a week in the life of 2 students. One in P2 the other in P5 here is the link: http://mba.insead.edu/student_life/

Question 2: Unfortunately, i can't tell you much more about the exact number of points you would need to bit, simply because it's a closed bidding system and the outcome will depend on what other students have bid too... But do not worry as we will provide you all the necessary info you need to make an educated bid as well as previous bidding 'price' for campus exchange and electives.

Warm regards from snowy Fontainebleau!!
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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 15 Jan 2013, 02:23
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Hi camille

I work with one of the Largest automobile firm in India and for one of the most prestigious groups in the country. I was till recently in a particular profile and have just moved into a new role and hence the amount of info on the role that i would provide would be minimal.how do i overcome this?
Again, my new supervisor knows very little about me yet, and hence can I ask my previous supervisor to recommend me as he has knowm me for over two years now and can give a better reference.

Also, how are people in the sales profession or channel management function looked upon by the Insead adcom? considering you must have applications from bankers, cconsultants and even doctors etc


Hi Vikrav,

Congrats on the new position! Of course it is acceptable to ask your previous supervisor to write your recommendation letter instead of your current one. The important is indeed to ask recommendation from someone who knows you well.
Now, you know that INSEAD promotes diversity. Well, this goes beyond nationality and languages, it's also about diversity of background and experiences. We wouldn't want a classroom only full of bankers or consultants or of any unique profession for that matter. There would be no challenge and no fun! We believe our students learn tremendously from their peers and therefore we welcome candidates from all sectors.

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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 15 Jan 2013, 02:37
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Hi Camille,

I am applying to INSEAD for January 2014 and have a question regarding the language policy. My secondary schooling was completed in English, however, I took a second language throughout my 12-year schooling career and this class was taught and tested exclusively in that language. Would the results of my final secondary school exam for this language be acceptable as an entry language or will I be required to obtain a separate proficiency certification?

Thank you.

Hi nasreenpatel,
I'm not so sure i understand your situation correctly. I see you are from South Africa, so let me ask you a question: Which of English or African do you consider your mother tongue?
If African, then the fact you have conducted your university education in English will waive the English language certification
If English, then you need a university major in African (or whatever other language) to waive the language certification. But as a native English speaker, we allow you a bit more time to get back to us with the entry language certification ie you can provide us with this certification after the application deadline. Depending on the intake you're applying check the dates here: http://mba.insead.edu/faq/LanguagePolicy.cfm#englishismynativelanguage
"If you are joining the programme in September, you will need to provide certification of your second language no later than 1 June. If you are joining the programme in January, you will need to provide certification of your second language no later than 1 November. Accepted certifications are listed in the Language Policy."

I hope this answer your question...
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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 15 Jan 2013, 02:47
pkdy wrote:
Hi, INSEAD website says I need to submit my original degree to complete my application. Can I submit an attested photocopy instead?
Also, is it alright if it reaches to you couple of days after deadline? Needless to say I will upload softcopy for your reference in the mean while.


Hi Pkdy,
I realise my reply comes really late and you certainly figured this out by now... But this is a question that comes back all the time so i think it is worth me answering it :lol:
1- For the application deadline and to be able to start the assessment of your file, we only need the electronic version of your transcripts and diplomas
2- If you are selected for an interview, only then will we request to see your original documents. You can either: Send the originals by post but this could be risky, so you may want to ask your university to send us directly official transcripts and attestation of your diplomas , or finally you can send us certified copies of your documents. Certified copies can usually be done in Town-halls, banks, Notaries offices...

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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 15 Jan 2013, 02:56
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I read your reply whether INSEAD will admit someone who just finished college. I am wondering what if someone took a gap year before graduation from college and worked for 1 year. will you consider his application then? thanks a lot.


Hi Keepitupppp,

INSEAD does not have an absolute requirement for years of work experience, although at least two years is strongly encouraged. Participants in our current class have an average of 5.6 years work experience, with the range being between 1.5 and 13.8. Only 3% of our Jan 2013 class has less than 3yrs prof exp, but applicants with less experience who demonstrate exceptional maturity and outstanding leadership through their professional and personal experiences will also be considered.

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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 15 Jan 2013, 03:29
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Hi Camille,

I am applying to INSEAD for January 2014 and have a question regarding the language policy. My secondary schooling was completed in English, however, I took a second language throughout my 12-year schooling career and this class was taught and tested exclusively in that language. Would the results of my final secondary school exam for this language be acceptable as an entry language or will I be required to obtain a separate proficiency certification?

Thank you.

Hi nasreenpatel,
I'm not so sure i understand your situation correctly. I see you are from South Africa, so let me ask you a question: Which of English or African do you consider your mother tongue?
If African, then the fact you have conducted your university education in English will waive the English language certification
If English, then you need a university major in African (or whatever other language) to waive the language certification. But as a native English speaker, we allow you a bit more time to get back to us with the entry language certification ie you can provide us with this certification after the application deadline.
"If you are joining the programme in September, you will need to provide certification of your second language no later than 1 June. If you are joining the programme in January, you will need to provide certification of your second language no later than 1 November. Accepted certifications are listed in the Language Policy."

I hope this answer your question...
Cheers,
Camille


Thanks Camille,

Apologies I wasn't very specific.

My native language is English and my schooling (including university education) was done in English. I have read through the Language Policy and noted that the results of a final secondary school exam can be considered if the exam and schooling were conducted in that language. As part of my pre-university education, I took Afrikaans as a second language for 12 years and this course was taught and tested entirely in Afrikaans. In this case, would the result of my final secondary school exam for Afrikaans suffice as certification for an entry language or will I be required to obtain a separate certification? Furthermore, in the case of the latter, the Language Policy only provides accepted certifications for a limited number of languages - as such, would any state accepted certification suffice for Afrikaans?

Hope this is clearer.

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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 22 Jan 2013, 03:32
Dear Camille,

Firstly thanks for taking the time out. I am a reapplicant and am planning to apply for Jan 2014. From what I understand INSEAD typically did not encourage reapplicants.

Have things changed in this regard in recent times?

Also is there a tendency for students who are interested in specialising in Finance to choose one of the campuses over the other? I noticed that one of the other members on this forum highlighted an article about the job scenario in Europe. So has this had an impact on the breakup of the students opting for a given campus?

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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 04 Feb 2013, 02:01
Hi All,

Getting back to some of you who asked about the job situation in this Euro Crisis context. I asked directly Mary Carey, our Career Services Director for some fresh news about the job market. Here is her reply:

Employment in Western Europe has held quite steady with a slight shift downward balanced by a corresponding uptick in Asia Pacific. For the most part, the kinds of job losses that are reflected in increased overall unemployment rates are not MBA level jobs. Having said that, worsening economic news does effect the overall job market. We have seen an increase in the time it takes graduates to find the right job and many have to work harder to achieve what they want than in times of more upbeat economic news. I hope that this is helpful. Things are definitely tougher at the moment but recruiters continue to come to INSEAD and there continues to be job opportunities in Europe.

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Have all a wonderful week!
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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 06 Feb 2013, 17:05
Hi,

Could you please advise me whether my GMAT score is good enough or do I need to retake the exam?

Cadidate: Indian Female
Work Ex: 6 years of work experience in Semiconductor Products domain in a French Organization
Undergrad: Honours degree 3.7 GPA
Highlights: very strong non profit experience. one in United Nations program and another in my own nonprofit.
International experience: travelled on short assignments to France and other travels to UK and Europe. Work with international teams and manage international projects
Languages: English fluent (Toefl 110), Franch Basic conversational, Hindi (native)
GMAT: 670 (Q 49 83%, V 31 59%, AWA 5 57%, IR 2 12%) and 660 (Q 50 90%, V 30 56%, AWA 5 57%)
Application deadline: April 2013

GMAT : highest
Q: 50 90%
V: 32 59%
AWA: 5
IR: 2 12%

I am particularily worried about my IR and verbal scores. Is Insead going to consider IR section of students for evalaution for Jan 2014 applications? Also, does Insead consider best scores from two different sections? Kindly recommend what should I aim for in particular sections incase I need to retake the exam.

Also at the time of application do I have to show proficiency (some degree certificate or something) for the 3rd language in my case it is French?

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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 09 Feb 2013, 20:56
Hi
I am aiming for Jan 2014 batch.. but I need to take my GMAT exam
My query is , even if I apply for the INSEAD and fill the forms , what are the deadlines to submit GMAT score

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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 11 Feb 2013, 09:41
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I am aiming for Jan 2014 batch.. but I need to take my GMAT exam
My query is , even if I apply for the INSEAD and fill the forms , what are the deadlines to submit GMAT score

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Hi Vivek,
You must submit your GMAT score at the same time as your application file, and all your supporting documents. We will not take into consideration any documents provided passed the application deadline.

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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 28 Feb 2013, 04:24
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Hi,

Could you please advise me whether my GMAT score is good enough or do I need to retake the exam?

Cadidate: Indian Female
Work Ex: 6 years of work experience in Semiconductor Products domain in a French Organization
Undergrad: Honours degree 3.7 GPA
Highlights: very strong non profit experience. one in United Nations program and another in my own nonprofit.
International experience: travelled on short assignments to France and other travels to UK and Europe. Work with international teams and manage international projects
Languages: English fluent (Toefl 110), Franch Basic conversational, Hindi (native)
GMAT: 670 (Q 49 83%, V 31 59%, AWA 5 57%, IR 2 12%) and 660 (Q 50 90%, V 30 56%, AWA 5 57%)
Application deadline: April 2013

GMAT : highest
Q: 50 90%
V: 32 59%
AWA: 5
IR: 2 12%

I am particularily worried about my IR and verbal scores. Is Insead going to consider IR section of students for evalaution for Jan 2014 applications? Also, does Insead consider best scores from two different sections? Kindly recommend what should I aim for in particular sections incase I need to retake the exam.

Also at the time of application do I have to show proficiency (some degree certificate or something) for the 3rd language in my case it is French?

Regards,
Christy

Hi Christy,

About GMAT requirement, you can check the list of FAQ we have listed on our website. Here is the one about GMAT score:
http://mba.insead.edu/faq/AdmissionsRequirementsandSelectionCriteria.cfm#GMATscore

In regards to the IR section of the test you can find info on how we consider it in the application at the link below:
http://mba.insead.edu/faq/AdmissionsRequirementsandSelectionCriteria.cfm#IRsection

Finally, you don't need to worry about your 3rd language. You have until the end of your MBA to provide certification. You can find all the information about the 'exit language' on page 6 of our Language Policy document: https://mba-aol.insead.edu/documents/languages/language_policy.pdf

Cheers,
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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 08 Mar 2013, 20:49
Hi there,

I have a question about INSEAD and visas for international students. I am a US citizen and my wife is a Chinese citizen. If I get accepted into INSEAD, will she be able to get a visa to come as well? In the US, I believe there's F2 visas for family of students, but is that possible in both Singapore and France?
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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 12 Mar 2013, 07:00
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Hi there,

I have a question about INSEAD and visas for international students. I am a US citizen and my wife is a Chinese citizen. If I get accepted into INSEAD, will she be able to get a visa to come as well? In the US, I believe there's F2 visas for family of students, but is that possible in both Singapore and France?


HI Yialanliu,

I'm not an expert in visa, so i asked THE expert in our Programme management department. Now, the answer to your question is in fact very complicated as the type of visa for you and your spouse will depend on your starting campus and if you will or will not decide to exchange with the other campus and for how long. So to give you the short answer, yes your wife should be able to get a visa to come with you on either one of the campus.
Visa arrangements can be tricky. What i can assure you is that THE expert is here to help out students and their partner through the process and can provide contacts and assistance to ensure you both get the visa that suits your situation.

If you really want me to give you the complicated answer, i can send you a private message. If this very specific situation (ie US citizen student married to a Chinese partner) interest other members, i'm happy to post it on the forum. Just let me know :-)

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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 13 Mar 2013, 20:43
Dear Camille,

Thank you for taking the time to answer our questions here. I wanted to inquire about the January 2014 intake for which I'm planning to apply.

Are the number of applicants accepted to INSEAD MBA in January intake the same as the number in September intake? In terms of getting an admission, is the September intake better than January?

I'm trying to figure out if there are differences between the two intakes other than the optional summer internship option in Jan intake.

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Re: Ask INSEAD Admissions [#permalink] New post 24 Mar 2013, 13:13
Dear Camille,

I have a question regarding the requirement for English Proficiency Certification- English is not my native language but I received my university degree in US (conducted exclusively in English). However, the language of instruction is not mentioned on the transcripts. Do I need to request a certification letter from my school? Also, I took courses in 3 community colleges then transfer to the university, do I need to request certification letters from all the schools?

Thanks in advance for your time! :)
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