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The MIT Sloan School of Management, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is one of the world's leading business schools. MIT Sloan is devoted to its mission: to develop principled, innovative leaders who improve the world and to generate ideas that advance management practice.
MIT Sloan creates value with purpose through:
With a focus on global leadership, innovation, entrepreneurship, and best business practice, MIT Sloan has designed a portfolio of degree-awarding programs that empower leaders with the skills and capabilities necessary to solve complex business problems, drive innovation, and improve the world. In addition, the School has a rich array of internationally focused initiatives aimed at giving people and organizations the knowledge to conduct business productively in every corner of the global marketplace.
MIT Sloan's two-year MBA Program prepares innovative leaders to make sound and responsible management decisions based on a global perspective. Blending theory with practice, this flexible program allows students to create a curriculum best suited to their academic and professional needs and places a premium on real-world engagement.
As a result of their personalized preparation, MIT Sloan MBA students field a high percentage of job offers. This is clear evidence of the value that employers around the world place on MIT Sloan’s hands-on, high-touch course of studies, as well as an ongoing testament to the caliber of MIT Sloan MBA graduates.
-Founding date: Sloan School 1952, Course XV 1914, MIT 1861
-Number of Students: Approximately 800 MBA students
-Address: Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
"This was never just about getting a dream job. This is about me. Removing the grind of regular employment allowed the opportunity to learn and explore things about myself that I could not while on the job; a new job is just by-product of this journey of discovery and self-challenge, surrounded by hundreds of talented people who share my drive and are willing to light my path."
Adetayo Akisanya, student of MIT Sloan
Number of students: 405
Average Age: 28
Average Years of Work Experience: 5
Average GMAT: 713
Average work experience: 17.5 months
Average undergraduate GPA: 3.7
Average GMAT (middle 80 percent): 700–770
• Quant 48–51
• Verbal 34–44
Average GRE (middle 80 percent):
• Quant 161–170
• Verbal 152–165