A Bridge Between Asia and the Rest of the World
In 1999, INSEAD took a bold step to differentiate itself from other business schools: it opened a campus in Asia and became the first business school to have two full-fledged campuses with permanent faculty – one in Europe, the other in Asia.
The vision in setting up the Asia Campus was for INSEAD to “create a bridge between Asia and the rest of the world.” In 2000, the founder of modern Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew, participated in the inauguration of the campus.
Within a few years, the school acknowledged the pressing need to expand the young campus. In 2005, the second phase of campus development began and INSEAD expanded its presence in Asia. In 2010-11, with great pride, the school celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Asia Campus.
In 2015, INSEAD opened the doors to the S$55 million Leadership Development Centre, a six-story, 10,000 square metre building that addresses the accelerating demand for management and leadership education in Asia. The Centre allows INSEAD to build its world-class faculty to 70 in Singapore and significantly increases the number of students, executives, top scholars and practitioners on the Asia Campus.
- Master in Business Administration
- Global Executive MBA
- Executive Master in Finance
- Open Enrolment Programmes
INSEAD Asia Campus is situated at the corner of the Ayer Rajah Avenue and North Buona Vista Road in the Knowledge Hub district of Singapore. The school’s convenient location is 15 minutes from the financial district and 30 minutes from Changi Airport.
1 Ayer Rajah Avenue
Tel : +65 6799 5388
Fax: +65 6799 5399
Operating hours: Monday to Friday, 7.00 am to 7.00 pm, excluding public holidays.