MIT Unveils MBA Early Admission for College Seniors

MIT Unveils MBA Early Admission for College Seniors

The MIT Sloan School of Management (US) has announced an MBA early admission option designed for college seniors interested in securing a seat in a future MBA class.

The MBA early admission will enable students to work for two to five years after graduating from college before matriculating into the full-time MIT Sloan MBA program.

The early admission option is currently open to enrolled students who will complete their Bachelor’s or first degree by July 2019 and plan to work full-time after graduation. The application deadline is Monday, 8 April, 2019. Applicants will be notified of decisions on Wednesday, 8 May, 2019.

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Rod Garcia, assistant dean of admissions at MIT Sloan, said:

MIT Sloan MBA Early Admission provides an exciting opportunity for undergraduate seniors to set a future path for themselves at MIT Sloan. There is increasing market demand for this type of early admission among MIT undergraduate students and top students around the world. This is a very positive addition to our offerings.

Assistant Dean of Admissions Dawna Levenson noted that early admission is a valuable recruiting tool for MIT Sloan, as several other top business schools offer similar admission options.

We want to increase MIT representation in our own MBA program, and recruit qualified college seniors from other colleges to MIT Sloan as early as possible.

Levenson pointed out that MIT is looking for students who have demonstrated leadership and an impact on their community, whether it is in the classroom, clubs, athletics, or internships. Thriving in a collaborative team environment, these are students from a diversity of majors who will enhance the MIT community with their intellectual abilities, drive and experiences.

The application fee is waived for all MBA early admission applicants.

To apply, students must submit a cover letter, resume, video statement, academic transcripts, two letters of recommendation, and test scores. However, the GMAT/GRE is not required for current MIT students who meet the eligibility requirements. Interviews are required and will be scheduled by invitation only after an initial evaluation of a complete application.

Source: MIT

Valentin Vassilev

About Valentin Vassilev

Valentin Vassilev has a Master’s degree in International Media Studies from Deutsche Welle Akademie and the University of Bonn as well as a Bachelor's degree in Applied Linguistics from the University of Veliko Tarnovo. He has a background in business journalism, having written about European political, economic and business issues. Valentin is currently a content writer and editor at business education services provider Advent Group.

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