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    The INSEAD MBA is intensive, rigorous and challenging. You must have a sound academic foundation: a bachelor's degree or equivalent from a recognised college or university (although in exceptional circumstances, we may waive this requirement for otherwise outstanding candidates with substantial professional experience). While many of our applicants have advanced degrees, this is not compulsory. In looking at your academic background, we consider the competitiveness of the academic institution you attended and your academic performance. All applicants must take the GMAT, which provides a uniform and standardised way of evaluating candidates and it is in your interest to prepare thoroughly. While we do not have a minimum GMAT score required for admission, we advise candidates to aim for a score at or above the 70th-75th percentile for both the quantitative and verbal sections of the test. Please keep in mind, however, that the GMAT is just one of several admission criteria. A high score does not guarantee admission, and a below average score does not eliminate a candidate.
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    The one-year curriculum comprises 13 required core courses and a minimum of 10.5 electives. All courses are taught from a unique international perspective. The curriculum itself is flexible enough to allow you to tailor the MBA to your career objectives, both in terms of location and subject matter, for all or part of your elective periods.

    The MBA Programme has two classes each year in both Europe and Asia:

    Class of July: Late August to early July

    Class of December: Early January to late December

    Both classes are organised into five periods of eight weeks each. Each period ends with exams and is followed by a short break.Both classes are identical academically.  The January class also includes an eight-week summer break, during which you can choose to undertake an internship or project work. Recruitment opportunities for the two classes are comparable, with one notable exception: major investment banks currently recruit primarily for their summer associate programme as an entry point for full-time positions. This is more conducive to the January class, although September participants can apply for full-time banking positions as well.

    Period 1
    Financial Accounting

    Financial Markets & Valuation

    Leading People & Groups

    Prices & Markets

    Uncertainty, Data & Judgement

    Period 2        

    Corporate Financial Policy

    Foundations of Marketing

    Leading Organisations

    Managerial Accounting

    Process & Operations Management


    Period 3




    International Political Analysis

    Macroeconomics in the Global Economy
    Period 4




    Period 5



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