As one of the leading MBA programs in the United States, Sloan School of Management offers the following concentrations towards an MBA degree. Please keep reading to see the major employers of MBA graduates of Sloan School of Management. On the following screen, you will also see all materials required for MBA admissions application, including MBA essays, reference letters, TOEFL score, and application fee. By clicking the logo below, you can see detailed admissions statistics for Sloan School of Management.
TOP 10 EMPLOYERS
- McKinsey & Co.
- Boston Consulting Group
- Goldman Sachs
- Diamond Technology Partners
- Bain & Co.
- Booz-Allen & Hamilton
- AT Kearney
- Morgan Stanley Dean Witter
- Merrill Lynch
4 required essays
Interview (highly recommended)
2 letters of recommendation
1 official transcript from each institute
GMAT (ETS code: 3514)
$ 175 fee ($ 200 for non-resident)
International applicants should also provide:
Incoming students are expected to have completed calculus and economic theory before matriculating. If you wind up taking these courses at MIT, as one student put it, expect “math hell!” Gaining admission to MIT is no walk in the park. From an applicant pool of more than 3,400, Sloan fills a class with just over 350 strong. The admissions committee considers GMAT score, undergraduate GPA, quality of undergraduate school and coursework, recommendations, and essays.
We are interested in learning more about you and how you work, think, and behave. Choose two out of the following four questions below, limiting your response to each question to one page (500 words or less). Use single spacing. Leaders for Manufacturing Program (LFM) applicants must also respond to the additional question below.
MBA and LFM applicants:
1. What is an important lesson that you have learned in life? How did you come to learn this lesson? How will you apply this lesson in your future career?
2. Sloan is a very diverse place with over 60 countries represented. What will you bring to this diverse community? What do you expect to gain from the environment?
3. At Sloan we view leadership as “making things happen.” Tell us about a time when you made something important happen. What did you learn about yourself from this experience?
4. Describe a situation where you introduced and/or managed change in an organization. Tell us how you influenced others in an organization (business, school, extracurricular activity) and comment on the professional and/or personal attributes you used to do that and how these attributes (and others) might be important in the attainment of your career goals. How do you expect to further the development of these attributes at the MIT Sloan School of Management?
LFM applicants only:
5. Why do you wish to pursue the LFM Program and, in particular, the engineering program you selected? (Please be specific as the engineering department you designate will review your application.) How does this fit with your future plans?
1. Leadership activities in which you have actively participated, including your responsibilities and positions held in the organization, and dates.
2. Scholastic and/or professional awards, including the basis for your selection and the date(s) of the honor(s).
3. Your hobbies, interests, and activities, including any significant accomplishments related to them.
4. Special circumstances related to your academic program which you would like to mention, if any.
5. Whatever else you would like the Admissions Committee to know.
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