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Calling all Applicants: INSEAD Jan 2019 Intake (Class of Dec 2019)

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Video questions, possibly all already captured in the list compiled by MBAPrepCoach (did help by the way)

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1. Example of when understanding another person's perspective helped you understand them better
2. Give examples of how you stay focused on your vision or the vision of your company?
3. What does diversity mean to you?
4. Why should INSEAD offer you a seat?

On a separate note, does anyone know how the adcom assess applicants living outside their home country? I read somewhere that applications are split into different pools based on nationality and specialisation, so Indian male engineers will be in one pool, US Consultants in another pool to select from etc. But will say an under-represented Zimbabwean engineer working in India get pooled in with the rest of the over-represented Indian engineers or based on his nationality/region?
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Hi Everyone -

I submitted my application and am starting to look at the essays required for scholarship applications. Some of these are quite similar to the application essays or would have similar responses. And many of the scholarship application essays are similar to each other. A few questions:

Who assesses the scholarship applications, and what do they see?

For example, if the person assessing the scholarship applications sees my entire application including essay questions, then I would have a completely different approach than if they only see the scholarship application and some basic demographic information.

And would a person assessing one scholarship application see my answers for the others?

For example, if I apply for a diversity scholarship and a women's scholarship, my essays could be quite similar.

Thanks in advance for any responses!
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Ze - It is on the basis of citizenship
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I was in your shoes a couple of years ago when I needed MBA Admissions Consulting services and guidance from current students and alumni but always faced the problem of either the admissions consultants being too expensive to afford or not knowing the right student/alumnus from my target school who can guide me. I graduated recently in Dec 2017 from INSEAD and realized that this needs to change and democratizing the consulting process makes much more sense. This is why I have started Easy MBA Admit - An Admissions Consulting service for the people, by the people. Why should you be interested? Here's why:

1. The most affordable admissions consulting service with services starting at $100 (mostly to cover operational expenses) - because we believe more in paying it forward and helping future MBA aspirants rather than making huge profits.

2. All services offered by recent alumni/current students from top B Schools like INSEAD, LBS, CBS, Kellogg, Stern, IESE, Wharton, etc. motivated by goodwill and who were in your shoes not too long ago and hence know how best to position your application.

3. Proud to say that so far we have had a 100% success record at placing aspirants in their target schools. Examples include INSEAD, LBS, IESE, HEC Paris, CBS, Wharton, Kellogg, Stern, NUS, NTU and more

4. Get your Free Intro Call (https://www.easymbaadmit.com/services-1/free-intro-call) with no obligations attached. If you do book any of our services we have a money back guarantee in case you don't like the service.


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Hi Everyone -

I submitted my application and am starting to look at the essays required for scholarship applications. Some of these are quite similar to the application essays or would have similar responses. And many of the scholarship application essays are similar to each other. A few questions:

Who assesses the scholarship applications, and what do they see?

For example, if the person assessing the scholarship applications sees my entire application including essay questions, then I would have a completely different approach than if they only see the scholarship application and some basic demographic information.

And would a person assessing one scholarship application see my answers for the others?

For example, if I apply for a diversity scholarship and a women's scholarship, my essays could be quite similar.

Thanks in advance for any responses!


Hey! I just graduated from INSEAD a few months ago and can help answer these questions:

Who assesses the scholarship applications, and what do they see?

Ans: There is a scholarship committee independent of the admissions committee. They look for a combination of merit (academics, work achievements, etc), your profile's relevance to the scholarship you applied (e.g for a diversity scholarship how have you helped solve problems in a diverse world, etc) and also your financial situation. Thus, you can count it as a combination of needs based and merit based evaluation criteria.

And would a person assessing one scholarship application see my answers for the others?
Depends. There are some endowment scholarships which are looked at only by the person who is sponsoring the scholarship. For e.g. the L'Oreal Scholarship is only seen by the L'Oreal people. The scholarship committee will see all other scholarship apps. There's also this whole ceremony in the first month at INSEAD where you go and meet the people who sponsored your scholarship and you'll be surprised how many endowed scholarships there are.

Hope this helps and good luck! :)

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1. The most affordable admissions consulting service with services starting at $100 (mostly to cover operational expenses) - because we believe more in paying it forward and helping future MBA aspirants rather than making huge profits.

2. All services offered by recent alumni/current students from top B Schools like INSEAD, LBS, CBS, Kellogg, Stern, IESE, Wharton, etc. motivated by goodwill and who were in your shoes not too long ago and hence know how best to position your application.

3. Proud to say that so far we have had a 100% success record at placing aspirants in their target schools. Examples include INSEAD, LBS, IESE, HEC Paris, CBS, Wharton, Kellogg, Stern, NUS, NTU and more

4. Get your Free Intro Call (https://www.easymbaadmit.com/services-1/free-intro-call) with no obligations attached. If you do book any of our services we have a money back guarantee in case you don't like the service.


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Hi Everyone -

I submitted my application and am starting to look at the essays required for scholarship applications. Some of these are quite similar to the application essays or would have similar responses. And many of the scholarship application essays are similar to each other. A few questions:

Who assesses the scholarship applications, and what do they see?

For example, if the person assessing the scholarship applications sees my entire application including essay questions, then I would have a completely different approach than if they only see the scholarship application and some basic demographic information.

And would a person assessing one scholarship application see my answers for the others?

For example, if I apply for a diversity scholarship and a women's scholarship, my essays could be quite similar.

Thanks in advance for any responses!


Going by discussions during my visit to Fontainebleau, the scholarship committee have access to the application package submitted but the GMAT is not taken into consideration in scholarship assessments. The Diversity Scholarship essays apply to several scholarships so when the time comes to completing the scholarship forms, you won't have to fill in the forms for every single one. In fact, many simply use only the responses provided in the Diversity essays with the odd one requesting an additional essay specific to the scholarship.

The advice is to apply for no more than five and typically you only receive one of the scholarships - not necessarily the highest value but the one closest to your profile. In rare cases, a candidate may receive two scholarships.

Hope this helps and good luck !
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ZF wrote:

On a separate note, does anyone know how the adcom assess applicants living outside their home country? I read somewhere that applications are split into different pools based on nationality and specialisation, so Indian male engineers will be in one pool, US Consultants in another pool to select from etc. But will say an under-represented Zimbabwean engineer working in India get pooled in with the rest of the over-represented Indian engineers or based on his nationality/region?



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merlion wrote:
Hi Everyone -

I submitted my application and am starting to look at the essays required for scholarship applications. Some of these are quite similar to the application essays or would have similar responses. And many of the scholarship application essays are similar to each other. A few questions:

Who assesses the scholarship applications, and what do they see?

For example, if the person assessing the scholarship applications sees my entire application including essay questions, then I would have a completely different approach than if they only see the scholarship application and some basic demographic information.

And would a person assessing one scholarship application see my answers for the others?

For example, if I apply for a diversity scholarship and a women's scholarship, my essays could be quite similar.

Thanks in advance for any responses!


Hey! I just graduated from INSEAD a few months ago and can help answer these questions:

Who assesses the scholarship applications, and what do they see?

Ans: There is a scholarship committee independent of the admissions committee. They look for a combination of merit (academics, work achievements, etc), your profile's relevance to the scholarship you applied (e.g for a diversity scholarship how have you helped solve problems in a diverse world, etc) and also your financial situation. Thus, you can count it as a combination of needs based and merit based evaluation criteria.

And would a person assessing one scholarship application see my answers for the others?
Depends. There are some endowment scholarships which are looked at only by the person who is sponsoring the scholarship. For e.g. the L'Oreal Scholarship is only seen by the L'Oreal people. The scholarship committee will see all other scholarship apps. There's also this whole ceremony in the first month at INSEAD where you go and meet the people who sponsored your scholarship and you'll be surprised how many endowed scholarships there are.

Hope this helps and good luck! :)

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Thanks so much; this is very helpful. Just so I'm clear, are you saying the scholarship committee would see my application essays and not just the scholarship essays? So I should try to come up with new material for the scholarship essays?
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Hi Everyone -

I submitted my application and am starting to look at the essays required for scholarship applications. Some of these are quite similar to the application essays or would have similar responses. And many of the scholarship application essays are similar to each other. A few questions:

Who assesses the scholarship applications, and what do they see?

For example, if the person assessing the scholarship applications sees my entire application including essay questions, then I would have a completely different approach than if they only see the scholarship application and some basic demographic information.

And would a person assessing one scholarship application see my answers for the others?

For example, if I apply for a diversity scholarship and a women's scholarship, my essays could be quite similar.

Thanks in advance for any responses!
totally depends on who the sponsor is
sometimes if it has to do with a single major donor... then they may have someone on their behalf also read and evaluate (just the scholarship essay) and the adcom may just share basic details about applicant so the reader has context..

but in most cases, the sponsor has no interest in reading and lets adcom decide... in which they have full info about everything...

it's completely okay to reuse elements across scholarship essays... if it's fin aid type of scholarship then the fin aid dept. is the one reading and deciding and the adcom will stay away from making any recommendation to avoid partiality...



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ZF wrote:

On a separate note, does anyone know how the adcom assess applicants living outside their home country? I read somewhere that applications are split into different pools based on nationality and specialisation, so Indian male engineers will be in one pool, US Consultants in another pool to select from etc. But will say an under-represented Zimbabwean engineer working in India get pooled in with the rest of the over-represented Indian engineers or based on his nationality/region?



Anyone have any insight on this one please?

Thanks in advance.
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merlion wrote:
Hi Everyone -

I submitted my application and am starting to look at the essays required for scholarship applications. Some of these are quite similar to the application essays or would have similar responses. And many of the scholarship application essays are similar to each other. A few questions:

Who assesses the scholarship applications, and what do they see?

For example, if the person assessing the scholarship applications sees my entire application including essay questions, then I would have a completely different approach than if they only see the scholarship application and some basic demographic information.

And would a person assessing one scholarship application see my answers for the others?

For example, if I apply for a diversity scholarship and a women's scholarship, my essays could be quite similar.

Thanks in advance for any responses!


Hey! I just graduated from INSEAD a few months ago and can help answer these questions:

Who assesses the scholarship applications, and what do they see?

Ans: There is a scholarship committee independent of the admissions committee. They look for a combination of merit (academics, work achievements, etc), your profile's relevance to the scholarship you applied (e.g for a diversity scholarship how have you helped solve problems in a diverse world, etc) and also your financial situation. Thus, you can count it as a combination of needs based and merit based evaluation criteria.

And would a person assessing one scholarship application see my answers for the others?
Depends. There are some endowment scholarships which are looked at only by the person who is sponsoring the scholarship. For e.g. the L'Oreal Scholarship is only seen by the L'Oreal people. The scholarship committee will see all other scholarship apps. There's also this whole ceremony in the first month at INSEAD where you go and meet the people who sponsored your scholarship and you'll be surprised how many endowed scholarships there are.

Hope this helps and good luck! :)

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Thanks so much; this is very helpful. Just so I'm clear, are you saying the scholarship committee would see my application essays and not just the scholarship essays? So I should try to come up with new material for the scholarship essays?


Glad it was of help merlion. That's correct, in majority of cases the scholarship committee will have visibility of the application essays but that doesn't mean the scholarship essays can't be built on points already mentioned in the application, sort of an elaboration.
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ZF wrote:
ZF wrote:

On a separate note, does anyone know how the adcom assess applicants living outside their home country? I read somewhere that applications are split into different pools based on nationality and specialisation, so Indian male engineers will be in one pool, US Consultants in another pool to select from etc. But will say an under-represented Zimbabwean engineer working in India get pooled in with the rest of the over-represented Indian engineers or based on his nationality/region?



Anyone have any insight on this one please?

Thanks in advance.
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It's all about the citizenship you apply with! So you are fine if you apply as a Zimbabwean.

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merlion wrote:
Hi Everyone -

I submitted my application and am starting to look at the essays required for scholarship applications. Some of these are quite similar to the application essays or would have similar responses. And many of the scholarship application essays are similar to each other. A few questions:

Who assesses the scholarship applications, and what do they see?

For example, if the person assessing the scholarship applications sees my entire application including essay questions, then I would have a completely different approach than if they only see the scholarship application and some basic demographic information.

And would a person assessing one scholarship application see my answers for the others?

For example, if I apply for a diversity scholarship and a women's scholarship, my essays could be quite similar.

Thanks in advance for any responses!


Hey! I just graduated from INSEAD a few months ago and can help answer these questions:

Who assesses the scholarship applications, and what do they see?

Ans: There is a scholarship committee independent of the admissions committee. They look for a combination of merit (academics, work achievements, etc), your profile's relevance to the scholarship you applied (e.g for a diversity scholarship how have you helped solve problems in a diverse world, etc) and also your financial situation. Thus, you can count it as a combination of needs based and merit based evaluation criteria.

And would a person assessing one scholarship application see my answers for the others?
Depends. There are some endowment scholarships which are looked at only by the person who is sponsoring the scholarship. For e.g. the L'Oreal Scholarship is only seen by the L'Oreal people. The scholarship committee will see all other scholarship apps. There's also this whole ceremony in the first month at INSEAD where you go and meet the people who sponsored your scholarship and you'll be surprised how many endowed scholarships there are.

Hope this helps and good luck! :)

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Thanks so much; this is very helpful. Just so I'm clear, are you saying the scholarship committee would see my application essays and not just the scholarship essays? So I should try to come up with new material for the scholarship essays?


Nope no need to come up with new material. In fact, its good if its similar to your application essays so that its consistent with the rest of your story
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1. The most affordable admissions consulting service with services starting at $100 (mostly to cover operational expenses) - because we believe more in paying it forward and helping future MBA aspirants rather than making huge profits.

2. All services offered by recent alumni/current students from top B Schools like INSEAD, LBS, CBS, Kellogg, Stern, IESE, Wharton, etc. motivated by goodwill and who were in your shoes not too long ago and hence know how best to position your application.

3. Proud to say that so far we have had a 100% success record at placing aspirants in their target schools. Examples include INSEAD, LBS, IESE, HEC Paris, CBS, Wharton, Kellogg, Stern, NUS, NTU and more

4. Get your Free Intro Call (https://www.easymbaadmit.com/services-1/free-intro-call) with no obligations attached. If you do book any of our services we have a money back guarantee in case you don't like the service.


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Submitted my application in round 1. I’ve just got my official promotion at work today with salary increments specified. In my application submitted in round 1, I had written that I’d be promoted in April but I wasn’t able to provide details. Should I provide an update to my AO and if yes, what would be the best format to present this information ? Thanks.


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I have one question related to short term and long term goals essay? What is ideal word count And what should be approach of it. I have written essay giving my goals , how my previous experience motivates me for it and how INSEAD will help me. However it is coming upto 375 words. And it is supposed to be short essay. Can anyone suggest? MBAPrepCoach?

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Submitted my application in round 1. I’ve just got my official promotion at work today with salary increments specified. In my application submitted in round 1, I had written that I’d be promoted in April but I wasn’t able to provide details. Should I provide an update to my AO and if yes, what would be the best format to present this information ? Thanks.


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Hi there,

Hope everyone's having fun with R2 INSEAD Jan 2019 Intake. I was wondering whether anyone had any insights on what questions are asked to recommenders ? Or are the letters in free flowing format ?

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Quick question - does INSEAD only give out interview invites on the decision notification date (Apr 20th for R1), or are they sent out on a rolling basis?

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Quick question - does INSEAD only give out interview invites on the decision notification date (Apr 20th for R1), or are they sent out on a rolling basis?

Thanks and good luck to everyone


Its not on a rolling basis but they usually start giving out the invites 2-4 days before the deadline. I just graduated from INSEAD (in Dec 2017) and I remember I got my interview invite 2 days before the deadline

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- Abhinay (INSEAD MBA Class of 2017 Dec)

I was in your shoes a couple of years ago when I needed MBA Admissions Consulting services and guidance from current students and alumni but always faced the problem of either the admissions consultants being too expensive to afford or not knowing the right student/alumnus from my target school who can guide me. I graduated recently in Dec 2017 from INSEAD and realized that this needs to change and democratizing the consulting process makes much more sense. This is why I have started Easy MBA Admit - An Admissions Consulting service for the people, by the people. Why should you be interested? Here's why:

1. The most affordable admissions consulting service with services starting at $100 (mostly to cover operational expenses) - because we believe more in paying it forward and helping future MBA aspirants rather than making huge profits.

2. All services offered by recent alumni/current students from top B Schools like INSEAD, LBS, CBS, Kellogg, Stern, IESE, Wharton, etc. motivated by goodwill and who were in your shoes not too long ago and hence know how best to position your application.

3. Proud to say that so far we have had a 100% success record at placing aspirants in their target schools. Examples include INSEAD, LBS, IESE, HEC Paris, CBS, Wharton, Kellogg, Stern, NUS, NTU and more

4. Get your Free Intro Call (https://www.easymbaadmit.com/services-1/free-intro-call) with no obligations attached. If you do book any of our services we have a money back guarantee in case you don't like the service.


Website - https://www.easymbaadmit.com
Email - easymbaadmit@gmail.com

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