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insead? [#permalink] New post 21 Feb 2012, 21:12
Is INSEAD popular among folks residing state side? Or is it more for european and asian communities?
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Re: insead? [#permalink] New post 28 Feb 2012, 13:37
INSEAD has very good brand name in the US as well mainly because of its strong partnership with Wharton. You might want to see the stats on business week about the alumni in various locations, etc? Good luck!

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Much stronger in Europe, Middle East and Asia than in the U.S but still strong. From the employment reports we can see the % of gradutes working in the U.S after graduation is a limited.

General rule of thumb, if you want to work in the U.S aim to study in the U.S, the odds of successful career placement is just that much higher.
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Re: insead? [#permalink] New post 27 May 2012, 00:43
i disagree. insead has a weak brand name in US. most american alumni and current students i spoke with agree that it's an amazing school, but is not well recognized in the states. it's recognized by top mba employers, but outside of this group, few know it's caliber.

however, it's a great school, epscially if you want to gain international exposure, go into consulting, and/or move abroad post-mba.

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INSEAD has very good brand name in the US as well mainly because of its strong partnership with Wharton. You might want to see the stats on business week about the alumni in various locations, etc? Good luck!

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Re: insead? [#permalink] New post 10 Jun 2012, 18:37
"oodl" is right. Marketing team at INSEAD is working hard and companies in the US are now more aware of brand INSEAD than they were couple of years ago. But it is still far from being "popular". However on the education front, they are top notch, right up there with the very best.


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i disagree. insead has a weak brand name in US. most american alumni and current students i spoke with agree that it's an amazing school, but is not well recognized in the states. it's recognized by top mba employers, but outside of this group, few know it's caliber.

however, it's a great school, epscially if you want to gain international exposure, go into consulting, and/or move abroad post-mba.

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