B School In-focus: MIT Sloan School of Management

The MIT Sloan School of Management is in Cambridge, Massachusetts . MIT Sloan offered it’s first master’s degree in management in 1925. MIT’s mission is to produce principled and innovative leaders who improve the world and generate ideas to advance management practice. The MIT Sloan school body consists of 1,100 graduates and undergraduates from 60 countries. It has 20,000 alumni in 90 countries. Prominent Alumni of MIT consists of Former U.N. Secretary-General and Nobel Peace Prize winner Kofi Anna, Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu and many more. MIT has 93 full time professors and 16 visiting faculty.


MIT Sloan offers programs like MBA Program, Master of finance,MS in Management Studies,MIT Sloan Executive Education and more.

The GMAT Score requirement at MIT Sloan for MBA Program is in the range of 640-760. It also accepts GRE in lieu of GMAT. Taking TOEFL is not a necessity, your ability in English language will be evaluated on the basis of GRE or GMAT verbal sections. Applications from all areas of graduation are accepted at MIT Sloan. MIT Sloan has 375 MBA students out of 750 students. The total cost of doing an MBA from MIT Sloan in the academic year 2010 was $ 78,427 which includes tuition fees and other expenses.


The Class of 2012 of the MBA Program has mean age of 27.65 years. 42% of the class is of international students out of which 27% are from Asia. The mean GMAT score is 717 and 30% of the students are from Humanities and Art undergraduate area. 700+ interviews were conducted this year to choose the class.


The School has Career Development Office that connects the students to the alumni and companies.It also organizes a lot more programs to help students achieve their career goals. Many companies like Infosys, Intel, Apple and Microsoft Companies were a part of hiring companies of classes of 2009 and 2010. A MIT Sloan graduate earns a mean salary of $111,118 and a signing bonus of $21,474.


MIT Sloan has 70 students club. Business and Professional Clubs, Religious and Cultural Clubs, Sports club and many more.

These clubs organise functions celebrating festivals of a particular culture or food of a community.They also have many family-friendly activities organised weekly.


Adi Godrej, the chairman of Godrej Group is an eminent MIT Sloan Alumnus. He organizes trips to India and helps recruit Indian students at the MBA Program. Many more famous Indian Alumni include Narendra Patni, Founder Chairman and CEO, Patni Computer Systems and Subramaniam Ramadorai, CEO, Tata Consultancy Services. To read the blog of an Indian student Priyanka Bakaya, currently at MIT Sloan MBA program click here.


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One Response to “B School In-focus: MIT Sloan School of Management”

  1. gujaratmba says:

    good school..wonderful profile

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