As the global leader in technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship, MIT uniquely marries science and business, data and ideas. Witness the 72 Nobel prizes that are associated with MIT, along with countless inventions, innovations, discoveries, trends, theorems, and axioms.
The MIT Sloan School of Management, located on the MIT campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is one of the world’s leading business schools conducting pioneering research, and providing business and management education to top minds from every corner of the world.
MIT Executive MBA program participants thrive as part of our diverse and expansive community where “why not” is in the atmosphere and where life-changing ideas are as likely to be launched over coffee as in the classroom.
What makes the MIT Sloan community so dynamic is the absence of boundaries. Invention here is cross-cultural, multidisciplinary, intergenerational, and a result of one key common denominator — excellence. Members of the MIT community believe strongly that there’s no point in striving for anything else.
With students and faculty from more than 60 countries, MIT Sloan is a community vibrant in cultural and intellectual textures. To work, study, or teach at MIT Sloan is to be immersed in an invigorating and satisfying experience of international collaboration. And the products of these collaborations are successful because of the rich mix of perspectives that give birth to them.