INSEAD Launches Master in Management Program

New 10-month program aimed at candidates with little to no work experience

INSEAD Business School has announced plans to launch a Master in Management (MiM) program.

The new program will be 10 months long, and is specifically aimed at candidates who have little to no work experience (in contrast to an MBA, which typically requires a certain number of work experience in order to apply.) The school is projecting that the average age of participants will be 22, and will have between 0 and two years of work experience.

Although INSEAD's new MiM will officially begin in September, there will be some pre-program curriculum, delivered online. As for the program itself, students will study in both France and Singapore: the first three of the program's periods will take place on INSEAD's Fontainebleau campus, while the final two periods will be delivered in Singapore. Optional study trips to Abu Dhabi, China and the USA will also be included.

The new Master in Management will launch in September 2020. The first deadline to apply for the inaugural intake is on October 9, 2019; the final deadline is June 3, 2020.

For more information, please see INSEAD's Master in Management program webpage.

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