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By Sommer Saadi
For students at INSEAD, one of the world’s largest graduate business schools, diversity is key and having a multicultural experience is inevitable.
Across the school's two campuses in Singapore and France, and the two centers in Israel and Abu Dhabi, 137 faculty members from 35 countries work with more than 1,000 degree participants—MBA, Executive MBA and PhD—and more than 9,500 executives from companies around the world. The 10-month, full-time MBA program pioneered 50 years ago now welcomes more than 900 students of about 70 nationalities, all with the opportunity to spend time on the Asian and European campuses and engage in two different cultural and business environments.
"There is no other place like INSEAD to meet people from all over the world, extend your international exposure, and learn from one another," says one MBA graduate surveyed by Bloomberg Businessweek.
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