INSEAD, Europe's number one school for MBA programs, hesitated to launch a Master in Management (MIM) program for a long time. This was, actually, against the stream of other renowned business schools such as the St.Gallen University, IE, ESCP or London Business School, who constantly fill their MIM classes with graduates not willing to wait for three years after graduation until they are allowed to study a postgraduate degree program in general management, and who constantly reach top positions in the Financial Times MIM Ranking.
INSEAD MIM starts in September 2020
In September 2020, INSEAD closes this gap by offering a 10-month Master in Management in Fontainebleau or Singapore with optional study trips to Abu Dhabi, China and San Francisco. Similar to its famous MBA program INSEAD by this keeps its program short and intense, actually one of the shortest MIM programs worldwide.
Applications and financing your studies
Applications for the 47,500 € expensive program are accepted from now on as Thibault Seguret, the Director of the INSEAD Master in Management, points out. Aming the target group are graduates and young professionals with up to two years post-exam work experience. Scholarships are available and distinguished between Diversity Scholarships, Achievement Scholarships and Financial Fellowships.