“Diversity at INSEAD goes far beyond the cultures and countries represented in the classroom. It fuels genuine curiosity in our students—about each other and the world. There’s immense value in those exchanges.”
Jennifer directs both the Women Leaders Programme and the Management Acceleration Programme in Executive Education.
“We are walking into a future where doing good and doing business cannot exist separately. Success and impact will only follow leaders who practise good business. I believe those leaders will come from our school, from our class.”
After graduation, Marlon returned to his home country of South Africa to pursue a career in finance.
“I came to INSEAD because I was interested in studying gender issues as they relate to business, and I was impressed to find a community actively engaged and committed to understanding and resolving these same issues.”
After obtaining her PhD in Social Psychology at UCLA, Clarissa came to INSEAD’s campus in Singapore to research gender stereotyping in business contexts as part of the Gender Initiative.
The new Hoffmann Global Institute for Business and Society will take the lead in developing research, teaching, partnerships and programmes that deliver business value with positive societal change. The Institute will address how organisations can better align with the goals of society and work in service of the greater good.
Creating more merit scholarships has become a strategic imperative for INSEAD. Many of our accepted applicants receive attractive offers from other top-tier business schools, and scholarships play a critical role in bringing the best students to INSEAD.
Alumni who leave a personal legacy express a deep bond with INSEAD and trust in the school’s mission. Like INSEAD, they want to help develop a more prosperous economy and peaceful society — and leave the world a better place than they found it.