Diversity scholarships

The INSEAD Diversity Scholarships category channels applications for a number of scholarships that will be granted based on need and merit. Need-based awards will be offered to those who demonstrate and prove significant difficulty in raising sufficient finances for the INSEAD MBA Programme and may be limited in accessing loans. Priority will be given to candidates with a marked socio-economic disadvantage.
Merit-based awards will address talented individuals who will contribute to the breadth of diversity on the MBA Programme. The background, work experience and personal profiles of such bright and dynamic individuals will bring unique diversity to INSEAD. These candidates will also display their current and/or potential contribution to the region they come from.

The awards are: IAF Diversity, INSEAD Alumni Association (IAA), MBA Class Reunions, Greek Friends of INSEAD, Financial Aid, the Gabel Family and the Bischoff Family, INSEAD Diversity, Ian Potter ’93D and Family Endowed Asia, Antonio Borges Endowed, Deepak and Sunita Gupta Endowed, Sam Akiwumi Endowed, El-Wakil-Lahham, Helmut Meier Scholarship for Women from Central and Eastern Europe, Heuschmidt Scholarship for Diversity, Life Foundation, Luis Freitas de Oliveira ’93D Endowed Scholarship for an Open Europe, Special Profile Scholarships, MBA Endowed Scholarship for Mauritius, Michael Salomon ’89J Endowed Scholarship, RSG Foundation for Lebanese, Renaud Lagesse ’94J Scholarship for Southern and East Africa, Eric Sasson MBA ‘90D Scholarship, Rémy and Verena Best Endowed Scholarship and the Russian Alumni Scholarships.

For some IAF Diversity scholarships the alumni will actively encourage those receiving an award to make their own contribution to the Alumni Fund in the future.

Diversity Scholarships address two categories of candidates: meritorious candidates who demonstrate contribution to their region and candidates in need who demonstrate proven financial need.

Application requirements:

1) In approximately 300 words for all the questions that follow: (a) introduce yourself and include an account of your early years i.e. where you grew up and the primary and secondary schools you attended. How did you finance your secondary education? (b) briefly describe how you envisage contributing to the future development of your country/region after graduation and (c) Give the main reason why an INSEAD MBA is relevant to your future career development.
2) In approximately 300 words provide a concise but accurate description of your financial circumstances as well as your budget for the year at INSEAD. How do you expect to finance your studies if you do not obtain a scholarship from INSEAD? Why INSEAD should consider you for a Diversity scholarship? What amount do you consider appropriate? Please do not forget to submit a number of supporting documents as required.
3) Only if you would like to be considered for the IAF Special Profile scholarships, please answer the following question in no more than 300 words: Briefly describe an instance or aspect in your life to date that has made you stand out amongst your peers or that you consider exceptional in one way or another.(If not applicable, please enter N/A)
4) Please outline how, if you are successful in your career, you might help others in theirs.

Name Description Eligibility Essays Amount
Alumni Association (IAA) Scholarship FundSeveral scholarships will be awarded in each class to meritorious candidates whose background, work experience, achievements and personal profile, contribute to the breadth and depth of ‘diversity’ at the school. Preference will be given to candidates requiring financial assistance. The fund remains open to receive further donations in the future and recipients of the scholarship will be encouraged to make their contribution later in their lives.Candidates admitted to the MBA programme will be considered. Demonstrated financial need is a requirement.Follow instructions and essay requirements for INSEAD Diversity Scholarships.Up to €25,000
Alumni Fund (IAF) Diversity Scholarship – ’68These awards of varying amounts will go to individuals who would not otherwise be able to attend INSEAD.Candidates admitted to the MBA Programme from underprivileged backgrounds, work experience and personal profiles these candidates will bring an additional and unique diversity to INSEAD as well as to their own communities in the future as INSEAD alumni. Such ‘special’ profiles will be candidates from socially, economically and/or politically challenged countries. Preference will be given to the candidates working on projects that have meaningful impact on local communities.will be considered. Financial need is strongly factored into consideration.1).Please refer to the Diversity scholarship description and the appropriate essay questions.
2).In approximately 350 words provide a concise but accurate description of your financial circumstances as well as your budget for the year at INSEAD. How do you expect to finance your studies if you do not obtain a scholarship from INSEAD? Why INSEAD should consider you for the Diversity scholarship? What amount do you consider appropriate? Please do not forget to submit a number of supporting documents as required.
3).Only if you would like to be considered for the IAF Special Profile scholarships, please answer the following question in no more than 400 words: Briefly describe an instance or aspect in your life to date that has made you stand out amongst your peers or that you consider exceptional in one way or another.
Awards range from 15 000 to 25 000 euros.
Alumni Fund (IAF) Special Profile Scholarship(s)These awards of varying amounts will go to individuals who would not otherwise be able to attend INSEAD. By way of their backgrounds, work experience and personal profiles these candidates will bring an additional and unique diversity to INSEAD as well as to their own communities in the future as INSEAD alumni.candidates from socially, economically and/or politically challenged countries; candidates with a commitment to the not-for-profit sector; or candidates with a career in technological innovation that improves the environment. Candidates from poor backgrounds requiring financial assistance will also be considered.Please refer to the Diversity scholarship description and the appropriate essay question.€10,000 up to €25,000
Antonio Borges Endowed ScholarshipThe Antonio Borges Endowed Scholarship has been established in memory of Antonio Borges who died in 2013 after a brave battle against cancer. A highly-respected dean of INSEAD (1993 – 2000), MBA programme dean (1986 – 1990), talented economics professor and widely-regarded business leader, Antonio Borges was also a true international, with deep connections to his native Portugal. A visionary, he shaped INSEAD’s history by setting up the campus in Singapore and greatly enhancing INSEAD’s research agenda.

The scholarship received its first major donation in January 2014 from a generous INSEAD alumnus who kindly offered to transfer the endowed fund that he had created at INSEAD in 2008 to the Antonio Borges Endowed Scholarship. Subsequently, the scholarship has received additional funding from Antonio’s family, friends, and colleagues as well as many INSEAD alumni.

The Antonio Borges Endowed Scholarship will be awarded to candidates who demonstrate outstanding academic achievements and promise, and whose background, work experience and personal profile contribute to the breadth and depth of ‘diversity’ in the MBA programme. The scholarship does not discriminate against nationality, sex, race or religion. Preference will be given to candidates requiring financial assistance. Only candidates who are admitted to the MBA programme or are in the interview process may apply.The essays submitted for INSEAD Diversity Scholarships will be reviewed.10 000 euros
Eric Sasson MBA’90D ScholarshipINSEAD Eric Sasson MBA ‘90D Scholarship will provide outstanding individuals with limited financial means the opportunity to study at a world-class business school and will support INSEAD’s aim at attracting the best talent to its MBA Programme. The scholarship will underwrite INSEAD’s commitment to bringing outstanding men and women professionals to the programme, especially those who demonstrate the need for financial assistance.Up to four scholarship awards will be made each year to meritorious candidates of any nationality and who have limited financial means.1).Please answer the Diversity Group of Scholarships essay questions
2).The essays submitted for INSEAD Diversity Scholarships will be reviewed.
3).Only if you would like to be considered for the IAF Special Profile scholarships, please answer the following question in no more than 400 words: Briefly describe an instance or aspect in your life to date that has made you stand out amongst your peers or that you consider exceptional in one way or another
€15 000 to €25 000
MBA ’03D Endowed Diversity ScholarshipOne award is now granted each year to a candidate whose background, work experience and personal profile will bring a unique diversity to INSEAD and who would not otherwise be able to attend INSEAD. Candidates requiring financial assistance are considered.Candidates admitted to the MBA Programme with the above mentioned profile will be considered. Financial need will be taken into consideration.1).In approximately 350 words provide a concise but accurate description of your financial circumstances as well as your budget for the year at INSEAD. How do you expect to finance your studies if you do not obtain a scholarship from INSEAD? Why INSEAD should consider you for the Diversity scholarship? What amount do you consider appropriate? Please do not forget to submit a number of supporting documents as required.
2).Only if you would like to be considered for the IAF Special Profile scholarships, please answer the following question in no more than 400 words: Briefly describe an instance or aspect in your life to date that has made you stand out amongst your peers or that you consider exceptional in one way or another.
3).Complete Diversity Scholarship application and essay question.
Up to €10,000
MBA ’70 Special Profile Endowed ScholarshipOn the occasion of their 35th Class Reunion, the Class of ’70 created an endowed fund for a Special Profile Scholarship. The award will be made to a candidate whose background, work experience and personal profile will bring an additional and unique diversity to INSEAD and in the future to their own communities as INSEAD alumni. The ’70 class wishes to support well-qualified individuals from poor backgrounds who would not otherwise be able to attend INSEAD and thereby empower them through the INSEAD experience. Such special profiles can be candidates from socially, economically and/or politically challenged countries.candidates from socially, economically and/or politically challenged countries; a commitment to the not-for-profit sector; career in technological innovation that improves the environment. Candidates from emerging countries requiring financial assistance will also be considered. Financial need will be taken into consideration.1).Please refer to the Diversity scholarship description and the appropriate essay question.
2).In approximately 350 words provide a concise but accurate description of your financial circumstances as well as your budget for the year at INSEAD. How do you expect to finance your studies if you do not obtain a scholarship from INSEAD? Why INSEAD should consider you for the Diversity scholarship? What amount do you consider appropriate? Please do not forget to submit a number of supporting documents as required.
3).Only if you would like to be considered for the IAF Special Profile scholarships, please answer the following question in no more than 400 words: Briefly describe an instance or aspect in your life to date that has made you stand out amongst your peers or that you consider exceptional in one way or another.
up to €15,000
MBA ’87J Special Profile Endowed ScholarshipOn the occasion of their 20th Class Reunion, the Class of ’87J created a fund for a Special Profile Scholarship for World Development. The award will be made once a year to a candidate whose background, work experience and personal profile will bring an additional and unique diversity to INSEAD and in the future to their own communities as INSEAD alumni. Such special profiles can be candidates from socially, economically and/or politically challenged countries; a commitment to the not-for-profit sector; career in technological innovation that improves the environment. Candidates from emerging countries requiring financial assistance will also be considered.candidates from socially, economically and/or politically challenged countries; a commitment to the not-for-profit sector; career in technological innovation that improves the environment. Candidates from emerging countries requiring financial assistance will also be considered.Please refer to the Diversity scholarship description and the appropriate essay question.up to €10,000
MBA ’89D Endowed ScholarshipOn the occasion of their 20th Class Reunion, the Class of ’89D created an endowed fund for participants on the MBA programme. The award will be made once a year to a candidate whose background, work experience and personal profile will bring a unique diversity to INSEAD. The ’89D class wishes to support well-qualified individuals who would not otherwise be able to attend INSEAD and thereby empower them through the INSEAD experience. Candidates requiring financial assistance will be considered.Diversity scholarshipComplete Diversity Scholarship application and essay question.Up to €10,000
MBA ’93J Endowed ScholarshipThe Class of MBA’93J established this endowed scholarship on the occasion of their 20th Class reunion to help underwrite the breadth of diversity of participants in the INSEAD MBA programme: country of origin, academic and professional background, gender etc. The scholarship supports INSEAD’s commitment to bringing outstanding men and women professionals to the programme, especially those who demonstrate the need for financial assistance.Diversity scholarship. Financial need will be taken into consideration.Please refer to the Diversity scholarships application and essay questions.10,000 €
Rémy and Verena Best EndowedRémy Best, Managing Partner of Pictet & Cie and INSEAD MBA’93D, established this scholarship together with his wife Verena to help strengthen the school’s core differentiator which is diversity. It will provide outstanding individuals with limited financial means the opportunity to study at a world-class business school and will support INSEAD’s aim at attracting the best talent to its MBA Programme. The scholarship will underwrite INSEAD’s commitment to bringing outstanding men and women professionals to the MBA programme, especially those who demonstrate the need for financial assistance.One to two scholarship awards will be made in each Class to meritorious candidates of any nationality and who have limited financial means.Please answer the Diversity Scholarships essay questions€20000-€40000

Social entrepreneurship

Name Description Eligibility Essays Amount
Andy Burgess Endowed Scholarship for Social EntrepreneurshipThe Andy Burgess Scholarship Fund for Social Entrepreneurship at INSEAD was created in 2005 with the generous support of entrepreneur Andy Burgess (MBA ’91D) CEO of Somerset Entertainment.

This endowed fund will provide one scholarship per year for a participant in each January class, in perpetuity, to deserving candidates admitted to the INSEAD MBA programme, who through their experience prior to INSEAD can demonstrate a commitment to social entrepreneurship.

Candidates who demonstrate experience or commitment to social entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurial potential will be assessed, and preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate financial need.1).In no more than 500 words describe a project/venture that you have done or been involved in that was both financially viable, and socially responsible. Your example should demonstrate your entrepreneurial spark and willingness to take an ambitious and/or risky challenge.
2).Provide a concise but accurate description in no more than 150 words of your financial circumstances as well as a cash flow forecast for the year e.g. details of income (such as your income, investment income, savings, property rentals, etc) set against details of expenditure (such as local outgoings, INSEAD fees, rent living expenses). How do you expect to finance your studies if you do not obtain a scholarship or financial aid from INSEAD?
up to €10,000

Women

Name Description Eligibility Essays Amount
Forte Foundation FellowshipThe Forte Foundation’s mission is to substantially increase the number of women business owners and leaders by increasing the flow of women into key educational gateways and business networks. This is achieved with both monetary and mentoring support. As part of its association with the Forte Foundation INSEAD will award several fellowships a year to outstanding women admitted to the INSEAD MBA programme. Fellows will join the Forte Foundation community and enjoy lifelong leadership development opportunities provided specifically for women. INSEAD Forté Fellows will become part of Forté Ambassador Scheme. Fellow ambassadors will serve as campus champions of Forté. They will assist the campus programme administration in communicating important information about Forté in addition to encouraging networking among Forté Fellows on campus. Fellow Ambassadors will assist Forté with grassroots promotion of activities and events.Women who exhibit exemplary leadership in one or more ways: academic leadership; team leadership; community leadership; creative leadership. In addition INSEAD will look for measurable academic and personal achievement as well as involvement in issues related to the advancement of women. As Forte is currently a mainly US-based network, it would be an advantage for a candidate to show how she can benefit from it.1).In no more than 350 words explain why you should be the Forte Fellow in your class at INSEAD.
2).What amount of award do you consider appropriate? Discuss. (approximately 150 words)
€10,000-15,000
Groupe Galeries Lafayette Endowed Scholarship for WomenWith more than a century of unrivaled experience in France, Groupe Galeries Lafayette operates in three market segments: department stores with its retail chains Galeries Lafayette/Nouvelles Galeries and BHV, the ‘citymarche’ supermarket niche with Monoprix, and financial services with LaSer. Currently the Group employs 40,000 people and generates around 5 billion euros in sales. The group’s more recent international expansion brings a strong French flair to its several operations in other European countries, the Middle East and Asia. It remains a family-owned enterprise and holds by the long-term values of this strong tradition balanced with modernity. Both Philippe Houze, Chairman of the Executive Board, and his son, Nicolas Houze, are INSEAD alumni.
The INSEAD Groupe Galeries Lafayette Endowed Scholarship targets women participants at INSEAD who embrace the group’s values of commitment to serving customers, regardless of their social background and ethnic origin. Experience and/or an understanding of this sector of the the retail industry, that delivers fashion and quality at affordable prices, will be appreciated
Women candidates who have been admitted to the INSEAD MBA programme who identify with the goals and ambitions of Groupe Galeries Lafayette. Preference will be given to women from regions where the Group is or will be present i.e. Western Europe, Middle East and Asia.1).(a) Analyse and discuss the requirements for a company such as Groupe Galeries Lafayette to succeed in your country today (b) describe how you envisage contributing to the future development of the retail sector after graduation and (c) why you should be selected for this award (350 words)
2).In 150-200 words provide a concise but accurate description of your financial circumstances as well as a cash flow forecast for the year at INSEAD (details of income set against expenditures).
€10,000
Judith Connelly Delouvrier Endowed ScholarshipThis endowed scholarship fund was created as a permanent tribute to Judith Connelly Delouvrier, victim of the TWA Flight 800 tragedy in 1996. A warm and generous spirit, Judith was mother of Henry and Isabelle and the beloved wife of Philippe Delouvrier (MBA ’77). Originally dedicated to American women at INSEAD this scholarship enlarged its scope in 2008 thanks to an additional donation from the Class of ’77. One award is made in each class to a deserving woman, irrespective of nationality.Women candidates who have been admitted to the MBA Programme or invited to admissions interviews .1).Explain why a women’s scholarship at INSEAD would be important to you and outline any factors that you feel would distinguish you from other candidates. (350 words)
2).What amount of award do you consider appropriate? Discuss.(approximately 150 words)
3).Please answer the following questions: Women are still not equally represented in the business world. What can be done about this? What have you contributed to date to address this issue, and what do you expect to contribute in the future? (approximately 350 words for all the questions)
up to $15,000

Non- traditional professional background

Name Description Eligibility Essays Amount
Andrew Hordern Endowed Scholarship – ’91DThe Class of ’91D has generously provided an endowed MBA scholarship in the name of their classmate Andrew Hordern who has been handicapped for life through illness. Andrew’s family and friends also contributed to this scholarship when they celebrated his 40th birthday in 2005. The scholarship will assist MBA participants whose profiles best represent the diversity sought to strengthen the school’s talent base.Candidates who do not have traditional MBA backgrounds e.g. performing artists, journalists, architects, medical practitioners, military, lawyers, research scientists, not-for-profit, etc. Emphasis will be given to highly qualified candidates with financial need.1).In approximately 350 words demonstrate why you believe your background is unusual, non-traditional or different and why you merit a scholarship for non-traditional backgrounds.
2).Provide a concise but accurate description of your financial circumstances as well as a cash flow forecast for the year at INSEAD (details of income set against all expenditures). Explain how you expect to finance your studies if you do not obtain a scholarship or financial aid from INSEAD. (approximately 150-200 words)
Approximately €10,000
Indeed Endowed ScholarshipThe Indeed Endowed Scholarship aims to encourage and help those from atypical backgrounds attend the INSEAD MBA Programme.

The scholarship has been established by Indeed, the world’s leading job site, and its founders Paul Forster and Rony Kahan, both class of 1994 graduates of the School.

The scholarship supports students with backgrounds that are not typical of the majority of MBA entrants, both within business, such as entrepreneurial ventures, and outside business, such as public sector, non-profit, academic, media and creative professions.

The Indeed Scholarship aims to make an MBA more affordable for such individuals, reducing their debt burden and opening up broader career and entrepreneurial options after graduation.

By helping to increase the number of attendees with atypical backgrounds, the Scholarship also aims to increase the professional diversity of the School and hence the richness of the academic experience for all attendees.

To be considered for the Scholarship, candidates will have made an outstanding impact and must demonstrate: • an atypical business or non-business background • creativity, innovation and/or entrepreneurial talent. Priority will be given to highly qualified candidates with financial need.1).Please answer the following questions (up to 450 words in total for all the three questions that follow): How have you made an impact in your entrepreneurial or professional environment? What are the lessons learned?
2).How does your experience demonstrate your creativity, innovation and/or entrepreneurial talent? How will your background, interests and aspirations contribute to your class at INSEAD?
3).In approximately 300 words provide a concise but accurate description of your financial circumstances as well as your budget for the year at INSEAD. How do you expect to finance your studies if you do not obtain a scholarship from INSEAD? Why INSEAD should consider you for a scholarship where the need element is factored in? What amount do you consider appropriate?
Up to 20 000€
Padma and Rashmi Shah SocialThe INSEAD Padma and Rashmi Shah Social Enterprise Scholarship aims to support candidates who have substantial experience from the social enterprise sector and a genuine commitment to the pursuit of a career in social enterprise post-MBA. A social enterprise is defined as an organization that applies commercial strategies to maximize improvements in human and environmental well-being and may include maximizing social impact alongside profits for external shareholders. Charitable activities associated with fund raising will not be considered.One award will be made each year to a candidate who demonstrates commitment to career in social enterprise. First consideration will be given to candidates from small business environments, micro community projects or welfare related work places. Preference will be given to candidates with non-financial or business related qualifications. Priority will be given to qualified candidates with financial need.1).How does your experience to date demonstrate your commitment to social enterprise? How have you made an impact? How do your future career plans include social enterprise? Please provide arguments why you qualify for the award. (up to 450 words in total)
2).Provide a concise but accurate description of your financial circumstances as well as a cash flow forecast for the year at INSEAD (details of income set against all expenditures). Explain how you expect to finance your studies if you do not obtain this scholarship (approximately 150-200 words).
20 000€
Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund (Sylff)This scholarship is an endowed gift to INSEAD from the Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund (Sylff). The Fund was established in 1987 by the Nippon Foundation. The Sylff programme demonstrates its commitment to education through awarding fellowships to promising graduate students in the social sciences and humanities. 69 universities and consortia worldwide, including INSEAD, have received endowments of US $1 million. The Sylff programme is now building a worldwide community of young leaders made up of the Sylff Fellows at all funded institutions. By receiving this award at INSEAD, candidates automatically join the Sylff worldwide network and gain opportunity to apply for additional Sylff support programs.
As a philanthropist and the founding chairman of the Nippon Foundation, Ryoichi Sasakawa articulated a philosophy that remains the driving force of the programme today. “The world is one family”, he maintained, “and all mankind are brothers and sisters”. The Sylff programme is based on these principles. By helping to create a new generation of leaders, it seeks to overcome the divisions of nationality, religion, ethnic background and politics. Sylff would like to encourage candidates of any nationality to broaden their knowledge and enhance their career opportunities through the INSEAD MBA programme.
One Sylff award will be granted per year.
Candidates of any nationality who demonstrate strong motivation for community involvement, social engagement and/or social enterprise.1).In no more than 400 words, describe a significant experience you have encountered, in either your professional or private life, in which you have demonstrated leadership in a cross-cultural community situation. Identify the leadership qualities required and discuss your own success or failure in the above situation.
2).In no more than 400 words please describe your experience to date demonstrating your commitment to social engagement/social enterprise or showing your involvement in impactful community projects? How do your future career plans include social enterprise or social activity? Please provide arguments why you qualify for the award.
3).Provide a comprehensive statement on how you plan to finance your INSEAD MBA. (150-200 words)
Up to 40 000 EUR (28 000 EUR for the January 18 Class)

Jewish

Name Description Eligibility Essays Amount
Aleph scholarshipThanks to the generous support of a small group of alumni, INSEAD offers scholarships to Jewish and Israeli students admitted to the INSEAD MBA Programme; a limited number of awards are made each year. In keeping with the spirit and tradition behind this award, the recipients are encouraged to give back by making their own donation to scholarships at INSEAD through the Alumni Fund within a few years after graduation.Jewish as well as Israeli students who can justify difficulty in raising sufficient finances to cover the cost of the programme (tuition and living expenses).In no more than 400 words explain why do you believe you merit receiving an INSEAD Aleph Scholarship? What amount do you consider appropriate?                  2).In approximately 350 words provide a concise but accurate description of your financial circumstances as well as a cash flow forecast for the year e.g. details of income (such as your income, investment income, savings, property rentals, etc) set against details of expenditure (such as local outgoings, INSEAD fees, rent living expenses). How do you expect to finance your studies if you do not obtain a scholarship or financial aid from INSEAD? Why INSEAD should consider you for a need-based scholarship? What amount do you consider appropriate? Please do not forget to submit a number of supporting documents as required.10 000 EUR

LGBTQ

Name Description Eligibility Essays Amount
Reaching Out LGBT FellowshipINSEAD is all about diversity. The global INSEAD community is a unique blend of all nationalities, cultures, backgrounds, languages, religions and genders. Our goal is to provide opportunities for all, including those from the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities. We are proud to offer an INSEAD Reaching Out LGBT MBA Fellowship to encourage and help LGBT students to attend the INSEAD MBA programme.
This is a competitive fellowship. In addition to a strong academic and professional background, applicants must demonstrate their capacity to be a leader for the LBGT community at INSEAD. We expect the fellowship holder to contribute actively to campus life and especially to lead initiatives that benefit the LGBT community.
INSEAD is a part of the Reaching Out MBA (ROMBA) Fellowship scheme and INSEAD LGBT Fellows will have access to the wider ROMBA community and opportunities: Reaching Out MBA Fellowship.
We are looking for leaders who will help INSEAD welcome and celebrate its LGBT community. Candidates should demonstrate exemplary leadership qualities in one or more of the following ways: academic leadership, team leadership, community leadership. Only candidates who have been admitted to the MBA Programme or invited to the admission interviews will be considered. A maximum of one award will be made in each class.1).Why are you interested in applying for the INSEAD ROMBA Fellowship? How have you contributed to LGBT causes and impacted the LGBT community? As an active LGBT member of the INSEAD business community, what would you suggest to promote diversity and inclusion on and off campus? (400 words for all the questions)
2).Provide a concise but accurate description of your financial circumstances as well as a cash flow forecast for your year at INSEAD. (Approximately 150-200 words)
15 000€