The tuition covers the program sessions, course materials, and catering.
Once you’ve submitted your application, INSEAD will provide receipt of acknowledgement. Once an admissions decisions has been made, you will be notified accordingly.
For Europe and Singapore programs, once you are accepted, INSEAD will automatically reserve a hotel room for you at the designated official hotel for that particular program. It would be up to you whether you would like to continue with that reservation or to cancel it and book something on your own.
For all programs, please note that the accommodation is not included in the tuition and is to be covered by you upon checkout.
Every program has a different mix of lecturers. Feel free to contact us and let us know which program you are interested in, and we can share with you who’s teaching for that program(s).
There are quite a few differences, and this program or an executive MBA could be right for you depending on your goals. An Executive MBA is a broad-based programme, often over 18 months, covering all disciplines like finance, marketing, strategy as well as leadership. PMEP is 1 week long and focused on the intersection of a Master Class on Product Management with the leadership skills required to make a transition to the executive level with your organisation.
Accordingly, the cost difference is quite significant. Also, with this program, you would also be part of a cohort, and alumni network, that consists of similar-level senior-level PM peers who are likely facing similar types of challenges.
Program Director, Professor Noah Askin talks about the rise of the product manager and the skills they will need to succeed.
Hear past participants and the Program Director talk about what it's like to take part in the Product Management Executive Programme.
Every now and then, it’s interesting to ask: What does a Product Manager (PM) do? The answer of course has some take on: They juggle managing products and people. They need to have technical/processual skills as well as those lauded, but ever elusive, leadership skills.
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