Program to provide focus on international relations and business management
The dual-degree program is expected to take two and a half years: one year at INSEAD and 18 months at SAIS. Participants can start the program at either SAIS or INSEAD. At SAIS, students can start either in Washington, D.C. or Bologna, Italy. At INSEAD, students can start either in Fontainebleau, France, or Singapore, and can thereafter exchange between the two campuses, as well as participate in exchanges with UPenn Wharton and Northwestern Kellogg.
"There is a clear need for students to have a sophisticated understanding of both international affairs and management issues in an increasingly complex and interdependent world," says Jake Cohen, dean of INSEAD?s MBA program.
For more information, please visit the INSEAD website.
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