Business school profiles

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About The School

MIT Sloan has a very different feel from its neighbor across the Charles River – the campus is more urban and industrial, with an informal mish-mash of architectural styles and a few green spaces. The Sloan School, unlike Harvard, does not have its own library, but rather shares it with the university. So there are more opportunities to mix with students from the rest of MIT.

Several well-known financial and managerial theories were developed through MIT Sloan. There is a strong analytical and data-driven focus here, especially in the core classes, and this is combined with an emphasis on innovation. Students only take one semester of core classes so there is a lot of flexibility to focus on electives. The smaller size of the student body means that the collaborative and energetic culture of innovation counts for a lot.

MIT Sloan is a place where ideas matter.

Strengths And Specializations

The MBA program is known for its emphasis on innovation, technology, and entrepreneurship. The school is also very strong in production/operations and information systems.

Incoming Class

Number of Applicants:4,254

MBA Class Size:409

Tuition:$136,500

Post-MBA Careers

Sector: Consulting 32.1%; Technology 30.6%, Finance 15.5%, Project Management 15%

Top Recruiters: McKinsey, Amazon, BCG, Google, Deloitte, Bain, Apple, Microsoft

Avg Base Salary: $126,316

Salary Increase: 88%

Employment in 3 months: 92%

MBA Rankings 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
BusinessWeek 10 9 14 4 7
Financial Times 8 9 5 8 8 8 9 13
Forbes 10 12 9
The Economist 13 11 7 12 12 15 17
 US News  3  3  4  4  5  5  5

Admissions

Avg. Work Exp.: 4.8yrs

Avg. GPA: 3.5

Avg. GMAT: 724

Int’l Students: 39%

Female Students: 40%

Deadlines for Sept 2017: R1 – Sept 15, 2016, R2 – Jan 17, 2017, R3 – Apr 10, 2017

Sources: MIT Sloan, BusinessWeek, Financial Times, US News, MBA50

Essays

1. Please submit a cover letter seeking a place in the MIT Sloan MBA Program. Your letter should conform to a standard business correspondence and be addressed to Mr. Rod Garcia, Senior Director of Admissions. (250 words or fewer)

2. (Optional) The Admissions Committee invites you to share additional information about yourself, in any format. If you choose a multimedia format, please host the information on a website and provide us with the URL.
Suggested guidelines:
Please keep all videos and media limited to 2:00 minutes total in length.
Please keep all written essays to 500 words or less.
If hosting your submission on a website, please ensure you provide an unprotected link (no password required).

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