With campuses in France, Singapore and Abu Dhabi, INSEAD fashions itself "the business school for the world". Students come from every continent - 39% of the most recent class from Europe, 30% from Asia and 13% from North America with 93 nationalities represented.
The 146 faculty members hail from 34 different countries. INSEAD has partnerships with Penn’s Wharton, Northwestern’s Kellogg and Johns Hopkins.
Motto: The Business School for the World
INSEAD has launched new Master in Management programme (MiM) from 2019. Like the INSEAD MBA, it follows an intense one year format, but unlike the MBA, it targets candidates coming out of undergraduate programs, before they enter the job market.
The MiM is considerably cheaper than the school’s MBA. MiM fees is 47,500 euros for the class starting in 2020. MBA fees is 85,500 euros, for a programme of the same duration.