MIT Sloan School of Management
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The MIT Sloan School of Management is an integral part of MIT’s rich intellectual tradition of education and research and the business school ranks amongst the world’s leading MBA programs.
The School traces its beginnings back to 1914 when it was the engineering administration curriculum in the MIT Department of Economics and Statistics. In 1925, a master’s degree in management was established and, in 1931, the world’s first university-based executive education program – the MIT Sloan Fellows – was created. The MIT School of Industrial Management was formally established in 1952. U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan, a 1972 Sloan alumnus, delivered the opening address at the School’s 50th anniversary celebration.
Some of MIT Sloan School’s most unique aspects include:
- The MIT Sloan Leadership Model
- The MIT $50K Competition
- Global E-Lab
- Biomedical Enterprise Program
- Center for eBusiness at MIT
- MIT Sloan China Project
50 Memorial Drive
Cambridge, MA 02142
Phone: (617) 253 – 3730
Senior Director of Admissions: Rod Garcia
Deadlines are for the 2016-2017 application season.
|DEADLINE||ROUND I||ROUND II||ROUND III|
|Application deadline||Sep 15||Jan 17||Apr 10|
|Decisions mailed||Dec 19||Apr 3||May 17|
Applicants accepted: 21%
Average GPA: 3.6
Average GMAT: 716
Average work experience (years): 5
Average age: 28