Case | HBS Case Collection | February 2008 (Revised May 2009)

INSEAD

by Srikant M. Datar, David A. Garvin and Carin-Isabel Knoop

Abstract

In the spring of 2008, INSEAD offered a one-year MBA, PhD, executive MBA, and non-degree management education programs to nearly 900 MBA students, 64 PhD candidates, and over 8,500 executive education students. With two campuses, one in Europe and one in Asia, INSEAD had been a pioneer in setting up a secondary campus as a way to push the internationalization of its faculty and curriculum. The case explores INSEAD's approach to business education in a global context and how it functions with a dual-campus setting.

Keywords: Curriculum and Courses; Geographic Location; Business Education; Globalization; Diversity Characteristics; Cross-Cultural and Cross-Border Issues;

Citation:

Datar, Srikant M., David A. Garvin, and Carin-Isabel Knoop. "INSEAD." Harvard Business School Case 308-009, February 2008. (Revised May 2009.)