The accelerated 10-month full-time MIM will empower the next generation of well-rounded and agile-thinking individuals to make a positive impact in today’s society and deliver value in the digital age.
Everyone here at INSEAD has something unique to contribute, be it culture, experience, expertise or personality. Together we form a global community, ready to make an impact in the world.
The INSEAD Master in Management is a rigorous 10-month full-time programme comprising of five periods, each lasting eight weeks and concluding with an exam and/or project. Within each eight-week period, there will be five weeks of teaching with career and skill workshops, followed by two weeks of experiential practical blocks. The practical blocks will enable you to apply your knowledge to real-life business scenarios, further reinforcing the concepts learnt in the core courses. In the final period, you will be able to choose your electives from a variety of subjects.
Access to top career opportunities is only possible through adequate preparation.
Knowing what the skills for success are, what you can offer, what motivates and drives you, are important elements to kick start a successful career. To compete in an ever-changing job market, constant skills development and the ability to connect and communicate are key. Through the three-step Career Launcher – Assess, Aim and Accelerate, the Career Development Centre team helps you establish a solid foundation for an effective take-off.
|Teaching Mode||Full Time|
|Academic Requirements||No academic background in business or economics required |
While we operate a staged admissions process with five deadlines per year, within each round, applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Please note that while competition within each of the rounds is equal, the earlier you gain admission, the more time you have to secure financing and arrange logistics. The online application form opens approximately two months before each Round 1 application deadline.
Stage 1: Online Application
Stage 2: Review Process
Stage 3: Optional Interview with Admissions Representative or Alumni
Stage 4: Admissions Committee
Stage 5: Final Decision