My swansong post features three classmates who are representative of the Insead MBA experience in every way. Three different countries, vastly different backgrounds – public and economic development, strategy consulting, financial policy – different personalities, different aspirations, one purpose: an MBA. Read more

FT MBA blogger Veena Viswanathan spent some time talking to Prof Massa, Insead’s professor of banking. Among the many topics discussed was whether Prof Massa believes that the school’s new Master in Finance programme will cannibalise the MBA programme. Read more

As her MBA programme comes to an end, FT MBA blogger Veena Viswanathan reflects on her year in Fontainebleau Read more

How important is it to develop staff talent? MBA blogger Veena Viswanathan asks Rajeev Kakar, chief executive of Dunia Finance UAE for his opinion  Read more

Insead is known for its large international cohort. FT MBA blogger Veena Viswanathan interviews an Argentine-Italian student and gets an insight into his life on campus  Read more

Two MBA students from Insead discuss bank regulation and banking management with one of the business school’s top professors Read more

If blogger Veena Viswanathan is to graduate from Insead with an MBA she needs to master the French language.  Read more

As the holidays approach, one MBA student takes stock of the academic year so far Read more

With her Insead MBA in full swing and little time for anything apart from study and sleep, Veena Viswanathan has put together a list of favourite pastimes she has had to forego – her personal opportunity costs  Read more

A one-year MBA is an intensive programme and Veena has discovered that if you want to keep up with your smart classmates you need to study each and every day Read more

Although beginning her MBA late in her career Veena Viswanathan opted to study on a full time programme rather than on an EMBA. Now two weeks in she already feels as if she is in a vacuum of assignments and group activities Read more