Facts About Massachusetts Institute of Technology
|Total international students||3,337|
|Size Of Campus||168 hectares|
|Valuation||USD 14 billion|
|No.of Campuses||1 Campus and 5 Schools|
|Address||Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States|
List of Documents Required for UG
|2 SAT subjects (one in Sciences and one in Math)
|Standardized test scores(Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or American College Testing (ACT)|
|Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)|
|Secondary School Reports|
List of documents required for PG
|Bachelor's degree from a reputed University|
|letters of recommendation(LOR)|
|statement of objectives(SOP)|
The university offers a wide range of choices when it comes to bachelor's degrees. It provides a
a lot of opportunities in the field of bachelor education. The major academic programs popular in
this domain is Engineering, Mathematics and Statistics, Computer and Information Sciences, Biological and Biomedical Sciences, and Physical Sciences.
MIT Sloan and the MIT Department of Urban Studies offers a full time, 2 years, MBA course for the aspirants. It does not offer any part-time or online MBA program. MBA students can take part in the learning of enterprise management together with entrepreneurship and innovation.
MIT provides both on campus and off-campus accommodation
Carrier is the topmost priority of a student when he/she passes out from the renowned university.MIT does not fail to impress its students when it comes to carrier opportunities. The worldwide exposure with its high-class infrastructure and intellectual mentors, enables the student to utilize his learning in the best way possible.
Students are eligible for jobs like Software engineering, Mechanical engineering, Data Scientist, Aerospace engineering, Research Scientist, Electrical engineering, etc. MIT Graduates can expect a salary of 68,320 USD on average.
Placement rate for undergrads within 6 months of their pursuance of degree is 51%-52%, whereas it is approx 81% for the postgraduate students which is fairly neat in this cut-throat era of competition involving job and growth.
Colleges under Massachusetts Institute of Technology are: