A Master in Management, or MiM, is becoming an increasingly popular way to get a graduate management education. And INSEAD has apparently taken note of that, becoming the latest top business school to launch a MiM program.
INSEAD says that its program will give “talented young graduates the ideal launchpad for a global career.”
Like other MiM programs, INSEAD’s is targeted at students who are younger than the typical MBA student, with less work experience. INSEAD anticipates that the its average MiM student will be 22, with two or less years of working full-time.