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INSEAD Executive Master in Change

Executive Master in Change

A unique programme that will take you deep into the basic drivers of human behaviour and the hidden dynamics of organisations.

At a Glance
18 Months
8 on-campus modules of 3 to 4 days each (incl. weekend)
Two intakes

Leading People and Organisations Through Transformation

The INSEAD Executive Master in Change (EMC) is a programme unlike any other.

With a convenient modular schedule that allows you to study while you work, it is a personal development pathway that takes you deep into the basic drivers of human behaviour and the hidden dynamics of organisations. 

By integrating business education with a range of psychological disciplines, the EMC prepares you to assume roles in leading organisations, drive individual and organisational development, and successfully execute change management. 

Participant profile

  • Managers and Leaders transforming organisations
  • Industry experts, C-Suite and Senior Professionals
  • Coaches and Consultants guiding clients through change
  • Senior HR professionals
  • Psychotherapists coaching change agents

How you benefit

  • Sophisticated change leadership. Develop your capability and authority to lead people and organisations through transformation. Understand yourself as an instrument of change and learn how to empower others to champion change. 
  • Psychological and systems approach to change. Assimilate knowledge and frameworks to effect behavioural and organisational change, integrating human and system complexity. Gain a deep understanding of the role of emotions, the economy of knowledge and developing human capital. 
  • Career and personal development. Study in a diverse, global cohort to support your personal development journey through peer and individual coaching. Move from success to significance. 
  • Strong international network. You will join the INSEAD family of over 66,000 influential alumni across 180 countries with 160+ nationalities. 

Effective Change Management - The INSEAD Executive Master in Change

Typical EMC Class

Each class has an unparalleled diversity of nationalities and business backgrounds. In an EMC classroom, you will maximise your learning by challenging your assumptions and broadening your perspectives.





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Average Years of Work Experience

Change Stories

A collection of thought leadership pieces, inspiring testimonials and insightful articles on the topics of change management and leadership complemented by psychological insights. 

Read stories from our Participants, Alumni and Faculty and get a feel of the transformative INSEAD Executive Master in Change.

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The Executive Master in Change is accreditated Mastère Spécialisé by CGE, Conférence des Grandes Ecoles.


Attend an Event

26 Mar '24

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EMC Application Workshop

Are you preparing to submit your INSEAD EMC application? Do you still have questions regarding the application process, supporting documents or admissions criteria in general? You are warmly invited to attend our exclusive Application Workshop to get your questions answered. This event will give you the opportunity to meet with our representatives who can advise you on your application preparations and offer you insights in building a strong application. Please register to confirm your participation.

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26 March 2024, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm (GMT+1)
Open to Public
16 May '24

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Meet EMC Programme Director | Online

You are warmly invited to attend our upcoming Online Information Session to learn more about the INSEAD EMC Programme. Michael Shiel, Director, Specialised Degrees, Degree Programmes,will facilitate the discussion and also provide you with an overview of the programme. We will start with a short introduction and overview by Katharina Kopf, Assistant Director, EMC, Marketing & Recruitment. You can then ask all your questions.

Please register to confirm your participation.


Online via Zoom Webinar | To view time zones in other countries, click here.

16 May 2024, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm (CEST)
Open to Public