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Re: INSEAD v/s Kellogg v/s Booth [#permalink]

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New post 23 Mar 2017, 22:49
Gr8 as always...As you can see I have multiple admits and I'm leaning towards Kellogg 1Y. Just trying to justify my decision.
Other point which is often overlooked is that in US 2Y is the trend. Almost all recruiters will probably understand an MBA as a 2Y MBA. Whereas, the markets where INSEAD/ISB/Judge/IMD or other top 1Y programs recruit have no such notions. EU/Asian markets are pretty open to the idea of 1Y MBAs; its a growing trend in these markets actually. Not sure how much it matters and if my underlying assumptions are accurate.

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Rohit6 wrote:
I'm curious to the answer to this question..
Any1 has any opinion?


pritishbhaskar wrote:
A related question, what will be the advice in case one were to choose between INSEAD and Kellogg 1yr? The cost implications will be almost the same for both programs, and Kellogg will still offer all the above advantages listed. Any opinions?


Insead vs Kellogg?
Many differences. The immediate would be location - US vs. Europe and Asia. It will be hard to recruit in the US from INSEAD as the name is not well known and not many alums around, plus the issue with Visa/Work permit will stop you dead in your tracks. Kellogg on the other hand has a great international and domestic reach.

The classes and curriculum are very different.

INSEAD throws some amazing parties in all kinds of amazing locations - just search on youtube, while you will be freezing your tail off in Chicago.

Both are 1-year programs which means you will be recruiting from day 2. Kellogg is pretty good about publishing stats and details... INSEAD on the other hand discloses nothing but it seems the alums do well. Both schools are strong in consulting and ranked high, but as mentioned, Kellogg's reputation is greater.

How is this for a quick one?
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"Kellogg is pretty good about publishing stats and details... INSEAD on the other hand discloses nothing but it seems the alums do well."

I am curious to know what you mean by that (honestly, I am just trying to understand)

Kellogg releases its employment statistics for its 1Y, MMM and 2Y programs, all students together. Thus, we can't really tell whether there is a difference between the "employability" of students in their 1Y or 2Y programs.

Both INSEAD and Kellogg show employment statistics by function and by region. In addition, they both show how many MBAs are returning to previous employers (Kellogg actually does not consider sponsored students in its major employers statistics). So I believe both schools are very transparent.

What am I missing?
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Any ideas how would Kellogg (1yr) vs INSEAD would work for someone who would want to work in Asia? Thanks
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Classic economic theory states, what's scarce is valued more. That ways, Kellogg MBAs are fewer in Asia hence should be valued more? I think in term of reputation M7, LBS and INSEAD are all pretty well known in Asia.

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Any ideas how would Kellogg (1yr) vs INSEAD would work for someone who would want to work in Asia? Thanks
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