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# INSEAD September 2011 intake waitlist

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25 Mar 2011, 09:05
hi guys, could anyone post the latest number and Greater China (China,Taiwan,Hong Kong) admits on the MBA connect? Is there any movement after the R2 deposit deadline and results of other top programs?

Thanks!

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25 Mar 2011, 11:19

The total number of admits is 465
Indians 50(male -33)
Chinese - 38
Taiwanese -9
There's no separate stats for Hong Kong.

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25 Mar 2011, 11:43
aba wrote:

The total number of admits is 465
Indians 50(male -33)
Chinese - 38
Taiwanese -9
There's no separate stats for Hong Kong.

I think Singaporean Chinese have separate stats and lots local applicants due to SG campus

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25 Mar 2011, 13:10
Hi,
Can anyone provide the number of French admitted?

Thanks a lot

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25 Mar 2011, 14:02
Is today the deposit deadline for R2 admits? If so, does that mean MBA Connect numbers will start dropping early next week?

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25 Mar 2011, 14:47
French 52 (male-43)

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25 Mar 2011, 17:41
thanks a lot!
the total number is much higher than previous years' in the same period. I guess
1.the class size is getting larger. it seems INSEAD is enrolling more in past 2 years.
2.INSEAD's Sep intake yield is lower because of more competition.

Besides,there must be some double counting on Chinese admits due to dual nationalities. students holding chinese passport are around 20 in past years.

hope there will be some news next week. good luck folks!
aba wrote:

The total number of admits is 465
Indians 50(male -33)
Chinese - 38
Taiwanese -9
There's no separate stats for Hong Kong.

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28 Mar 2011, 01:25
now that the R2 payment deadline has passed, can we have updated MBA Connect data from someone please? Thanks in advance.

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28 Mar 2011, 13:28
Guys any experience from last year ? when will some movement happen ?

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30 Mar 2011, 07:57
Hi guys. is there any movement on the waitlist this week?

Could anyone post the latest number and breakdown on MBA connect? Thanks!

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31 Mar 2011, 01:41
This thread was dying but you gave a new lease of life.

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01 Apr 2011, 01:30
Oh my God, 51 Indians, I think its game over for Indians....any thoughts?

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01 Apr 2011, 01:52
Oh my God, 51 Indians, I think its game over for Indians....any thoughts?

Total admitted 464, I'd rather think it's game over for everyone here.

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01 Apr 2011, 06:19
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Well, I guess there is 497 places if the January and September takeins are equal (given that there are 994 students), so there is still some (small) chance to be accepted.

Don't forget about the R3 applicants buddy. I think they are prioritized than us. Only if they are not enough to fill the vacancies (is that even possible?) then we will be considered.

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01 Apr 2011, 06:28
myrat wrote:
gagga79 wrote:
Well, I guess there is 497 places if the January and September takeins are equal (given that there are 994 students), so there is still some (small) chance to be accepted.

Don't forget about the R3 applicants buddy. I think they are prioritized than us. Only if they are not enough to fill the vacancies (is that even possible?) then we will be considered.

I'm not sure who has prioritization (I'm a R3 applicant), but I would guess that INSEAD wants the best students possible. My guess is that you're in the grey-zone somehow (by diversity, qualifications or both), so if R3 applicants are not 'better' or someone with a similar profile dings INSEAD etc. you will get accepted.

I'm sure that you would get the ding e-mail if you're totally out of the loop.

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01 Apr 2011, 06:43
gagga79 wrote:
myrat wrote:
gagga79 wrote:
Well, I guess there is 497 places if the January and September takeins are equal (given that there are 994 students), so there is still some (small) chance to be accepted.

Don't forget about the R3 applicants buddy. I think they are prioritized than us. Only if they are not enough to fill the vacancies (is that even possible?) then we will be considered.

I'm not sure who has prioritization (I'm a R3 applicant), but I would guess that INSEAD wants the best students possible. My guess is that you're in the grey-zone somehow (by diversity, qualifications or both), so if R3 applicants are not 'better' or someone with a similar profile dings INSEAD etc. you will get accepted.

I'm sure that you would get the ding e-mail if you're totally out of the loop.

I drew the conclusion on the prioritization by looking at R2. Theoretically they should put us and the R2 applicants together in the same pool, and accept whoever is better by all factors considered. But did INSEAD take anybody off waitlist before accepting R2 applicants? No, they released the results to R2 first, and only when those people rejected the offer, they turned to the waitlisters.

That's why I guess it'd be the same for R3. They'll accept R3 students first and only if the accepted reject then the waitlisters will be considered. Another scenario is, if there are not enough good R3 candidates to fill the vacancy then waitlisters will be considered. But how likely would that be.

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01 Apr 2011, 08:37
Well I dont think that is true, if you look at a few posts back there was someone on R2 waitlist who got accepted. So I guess its really of no use speculating on how their process works.

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01 Apr 2011, 18:26
ddingo123 wrote:
Well I dont think that is true, if you look at a few posts back there was someone on R2 waitlist who got accepted. So I guess its really of no use speculating on how their process works.

yes, as all R1 and R2 waitlisters are in the same pool.

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01 Apr 2011, 19:33
It is a fine day today

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03 Apr 2011, 22:23
Hi Guys, a new week starts. Hope there would be more good news.

Could someone provide the latest numbers on MBA connect? and Chinese admits?

I read through a post about 2010 Sep intake's waitlist on BW forum. The number on 2010/4/14 was 366. It's totally different from this year's surprisingly high number. quite interesting.

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