Quick FactsAverage 2012 GMAT: 705
Average 2012 GPA: 4.27
Sept 2015 Intake Application Deadlines: September 24, 2014; November 12, 2014; January 14, 2015; March 4, 2015
Januar 2016 Intake Application Deadlines: March 4, 2015; April 22, 2015; June 17, 2015; August 5, 2015
Application TipsINSEAD 2015 MBA Questions, Deadlines, Tips
INSEAD 1: Writing About Weaknesses, a video
Q&A / Interviews
|3/23/2015||INSEAD Essay 3: Writing About Cultural Diversity|
|6/27/2014||The Money will Sort Itself Out: IV with a Future INSEAD Student|
|3/6/2014||An Inside Look at INSEAD|
|11/6/2013||2014 Virtual Panel: Exploring European B-Schools|
|12/14/2011||INSEAD MBA Current Student Interview|
|11/29/2011||2012 INSEAD MBA Q&A with Kara Keenan|
|5/18/2011||2012 INSEAD MBA Q&A with Kara Keenan & Melissa Johnson|
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INSEAD Essay 3: Writing About Cultural Diversity
For those of you struggling with INSEAD’s cultural diversity question [Essay 3. Tell us about an experience where you were significantly impacted by cultural diversity, in a positive or negative way. (300 words max.) and the INSEAD EMBA choice of questions for Essay 5. Have you ever experienced culture shock? What insights did you gain? […]Read More
Tips for Applying to European B-Schools
Applying to a European MBA program isn’t quite the same as applying to an American program. The programs themselves often have a different focus than U.S. schools, and adcoms therefore look out for different skills and qualifications. I’d like to direct you to the following resources on our website – blog posts that focus specifically […]Read More