Applicants must have a bachelor degree (although in select cases MIT consider exceptional achievements in lieu of a degree)
Work experience: 10years
Applicants must have a relevant post-undergraduate work experience
Less than 10 years experience is evaluated on a case by case basis
Applicants must be active, employed, mid-career executives who have demonstrated outstanding potential
Prepare documents for application
Students should provide a statement indicating their qualifications, why they are pursuing the MIT Executive MBA Program, and what they will contribute to the program(500 words or less, limited to one page)
2 letters of recommendation are required; the third is optional
At least one should come from the organization (preferably a supervisor/superior)
3 essays are required
Q1 - (max 500 words, limited to 1 page)
-The educational mission of the MIT Sloan School of Management is “to develop principled, innovative leaders who improve the world…" Students should discuss how they will contribute toward advancing this mission based on examples of past work and activities
Q2 - Select 1 of the 2 questions below (max 500 words, 1 page)
-Tell them about a time when student created a competitive advantage for their organization. Comment on the factors student considered and any barriers student encountered in the organizational culture, or;
-Tell them about a time when student inspired others to achieve success in a complex situation, such as across cultures or regions or in an adverse situation
Q3 - Select 1 of the 2 questions below (max 500 words, 1 page)
-Tell them about one of the initiatives that resulted in a lasting organizational change, or;
-Tell them about one of the ideas or initiatives that faced healthy skepticism and what student did
Students should present a standard business format covering education and work experience and be specific about dates (2 page limit)
Additional documents required
Submit academic transcripts
GMAT score, if required
Submit TOEFL score
Organizational Chart: Applicants need to include an organizational chart that outlines the internal structure of their department or company
Why Join Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)?
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s MIT Sloan School of Management provides postgraduate degree program EMBA which is designed for mid-career executives poised at pivotal junctures in their careers
Provides an opportunity to join an elite forum for innovation and leadership, in which students develop an edge in management capabilities and build a network that lasts a lifetime
Classes are held three weeks on Friday/Saturday, One-week module every six months and One-week international project trip
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