INSEAD Releases A Cutting-Edge Learning App

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By Education Today

Posted on March 24, 2023


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The INSEAD Learning Hub portal allows users to access content created by faculty members and alumni as well as the chance to explore the school’s global network. Instructional materials will be carefully chosen for each user and tailored to their interests. The institution, which is already regarded as one of the top business schools in the world and has locations in Paris, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, a research centre in Israel, and an office in New York City, set out to create a platform that would enable students to continue their education while still actively pursuing careers in business.

According to Peter Zemsky, deputy dean and dean of innovation at INSEAD, “by placing INSEAD in your pocket, it gives learners access to meaningful tools to reinvent themselves, creates chances for interaction, and encourages learners to think, act, and operate differently.” “Busy executives looking to develop the skills and competences necessary to thrive and drive impact today and tomorrow” will find its distinctive design to be a great fit.

There are two phases to the subscription model. The first offers free access to the platform’s learning content for executives, managers, and professionals outside of the INSEAD community until the summer of 2023, with the option to participate in specially designed educational programmes. A yearly subscription fee would be required to access personalised materials, live sessions with academics and practitioners, and networking possibilities with specific learning groups. Standard content would be accessible for free in the second phase.

“There is a growing skill gap in the world, and the hub’s content and communities will assist close that gap, together with our INSEAD programmes We want to give people access to pathways to skill-based micro certifications and certificates within the INSEAD ecosystem through participation and activity on the hub,” Chugh concluded.