INSEAD-The Business School for the World, Asia Campus was established 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 fully-fledged campuses with permanent faculty - one in Europe the other in Asia. The idea in setting up the Asia Campus was for INSEAD to "create a bridge between Asia and the rest of the world".
The school had already been providing executive education programs in Asia for many years through its affiliate, the Euro-Asia Centre. The decision for a permanent campus was made despite the July 1997 Asian financial crisis, as INSEAD held firm in its belief in Asia. While its board and faculty continued to press ahead with the plans for a new campus the school began operating out of temporary premises in Singapore Science Park in 2000.
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INSEAD Asia Campus is located at the corner of the Ayer Rajah Avenue and North Buona Vista Road in the KnowledgeHubs district of Singapore. It is located 15 minutes from the financial district and 30 minutes from Changi Airport. Situated within Singapore's knowledge hub, the campus has since grown and covers an area of some 20,000 square metres.
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