The INSEAD PhD in Management is a doctoral degree in business to prepare students for a career in academia. It requires four to five years of full-time study - the first two years devoted to coursework, while from the third and fourth (or sometimes fifth) years dedicated to research and dissertation.  Students have the option to start their studies on either the Asia (Singapore) or Europe (France) campus,  and do an exchange in North America (USA) through the INSEAD-Wharton Alliance.  There are of eight areas of specialization: : Accounting, Decision Sciences, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Marketing, Organisational Behavior, Strategy, and Technology and Operations Management.  INSEAD offers fellowships, whereby students receive full tuition fee waiver, annual stipend and research support funding. 
Before one is admitted to a Master's program, one must have obtained a bachelor's degree in the same field of study at the same level. This means that someone with a HBO Bachelor's degree can normally not start directly with a WO Master, their scientific deficiencies are bridged in a half-year or full year program after which they can continue into the WO Master program. There might also be additional requirements such as a certain higher than average GPA, sometimes it's possible to complete the bridging program parallel to the HBO Bachelor. Note that completing this program does not grant the student a WO Bachelor's degree but merely entrance to the Master and that some two year WO Masters allow HBO Bachelor's degree holders in directly.
Street painting initially requires a lot of courage. Few artists are immediately comfortable sharing their creative process; it is intimidating to them. What I have found is that the process results in a catharsis. The artist learns that the public does not actually understand the process well enough to be critical, and is truly fascinated by the creative process, even if it is imperfect. It is a great liberation to learn this. That being said, street painting for tips was initially a survival skill. It was immensely difficult, but the rewards have been proportional to the effort.