Articles by INSEAD

    Croissants, Coffees & Cover Letters

    Croissants, Coffees & Cover Letters

    by on May 21st, 2018

    I’ve decided to change the way I keep account of my time here at INSEAD- I have now transitioned effectively from weeks to days (I did start with months). In the daily rush to make it to classes, finish … Read More

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    What you can expect from INSEAD: an insider’s story

    What you can expect from INSEAD: an insider’s story

    by on May 13th, 2018

    Four months have passed since I first joined INSEAD. The journey has been very productive and transformational and for me, the overwhelming energy (from the students, faculty and guest-speakers coming to campus) I felt … Read More

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    Robin Hood Campaign – a social cause with a large dose of fun

    Robin Hood Campaign – a social cause with a large dose of fun

    by on May 10th, 2018

    Hey everyone! By now you have probably researched the clubs that you are most likely to join. If not, you can find the list HERE. But in this blog post, let me share with you another “club” that you can… … Read More

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    MBA Social Impact Competition – MIINT

    MBA Social Impact Competition – MIINT

    by on May 10th, 2018

    2018 marked the second year of INSEAD’s participation in an annual inter-business school competition called the MBA Impact Investment Network and Training program, also known as the MIINT. As authors of this post, we … Read More

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    More than Oil and Shopping Malls

    More than Oil and Shopping Malls

    by on May 8th, 2018

    Before the campus exchange to Abu Dhabi, I had little knowledge about the UAE. The impression was limited to desert, oil, shopping mall, hot summer and religion. Although I sometimes saw my friends showing their exited … Read More

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    A story about failure: the ‘ding’ in my INSEAD job search

    A story about failure: the ‘ding’ in my INSEAD job search

    by on May 7th, 2018

    Inside the classroom, I could barely pay attention to what the Professor was saying. I could not avoid but to constantly look at my cell phone, as I was about to receive the call from one of the employers I… … Read More

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    Period 2 highlights and the relevance of objectives

    Period 2 highlights and the relevance of objectives

    by on May 6th, 2018

    Dear All, It’s been a while since my last update. To be precise just a little less than two months, but a lot has happened since then! Period 2 has come to an end and it’s time to pause, reflect… Continue … Read More

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    P2: Over in a Flash

    P2: Over in a Flash

    by on April 30th, 2018

      Well, that escalated quickly… It’s the last week of class here in P2 and we have our first finals in 4 days.  Somehow this period managed to fly without I or most of my classmates noticing.  I guess this is … Read More

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    Future of Work

    Future of Work

    by on April 27th, 2018

      Back in September 2017 I attended the World of Work:  2030 Conference at Henley Business School, University of Reading (you can find lots of takeaways from the conference by searching for the hashtag #WOW2030 in … Read More

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    Japan Trip -Discover Authentic Japan

    Japan Trip -Discover Authentic Japan

    by on April 25th, 2018

    P3/P4 break is one of my best experience in INSEAD so far –  My teammates and I organized a one-week trip to Japan, bringing 40 other students to our beloved country. Though Tokyo and Kyoto are by far the most… … Read More

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    Tell me your story, Ann

    Tell me your story, Ann

    by on April 23rd, 2018

    The INSEAD Women in Business Club have launched a « Tell your story » initiative across both the Singapore and Fontainebleau campuses that aims to present the current INSEAD MBA female students’ inspirational … Read More

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    Discovering Israel, the Start-up Nation

    Discovering Israel, the Start-up Nation

    by on April 22nd, 2018

    Before the business trek during the school’s P3/P4 break, there has always been certain expectation on what Israel should look like. Probably due to the images often portrayed in news of conflicts, tensions, … Read More

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    Want to Work for a Start-up?

    Want to Work for a Start-up?

    by on April 3rd, 2018

      I am still fairly new to Singapore having just passed my eleven-month anniversary since arriving from Washington, DC.  I regularly advise students to build relationships in the industry where they want to work. … Read More

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    About time

    About time

    by on March 28th, 2018

    It honestly is about time that I wrote a post here. Period 3 was more challenging than even 1 and 2; I know most people will not agree with me, but it is possible to make it such with the… Continue Reading → Read More

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