• Campus Life

    When you step onto the MIT Sloan campus, surrounded by the cutting-edge companies of Kendall Square and the groundbreaking research labs at MIT, the creative energy of our community comes to life.

  • Culture


    MIT Sloan is a diverse and engaged community. With students, faculty, and staff from around the world, the School prides itself on welcoming people with a wide range of backgrounds, experience, and interests. The community is marked by its passion for solving problems and tackling big challenges, its respect for varied viewpoints, and its entrepreneurial spirit.

    Student Life

    Student life

    Life on campus is a vibrant, ever-changing mix of opportunities and activities, with more than 60 student clubs and leadership organizations hosting events, planning conferences, and welcoming new members. Students lead and participate in clubs spanning an array of personal and professional interests, from basketball to marketing to books to venture capital. Spearheaded entirely by students, new clubs form every year.



    Management education has been part of MIT since 1914, when the Institute first offered a course in engineering administration. Over time, that course grew to become the MIT Sloan School. Today, from shared research centers like the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship to joint degree programs like our Leaders for Global Operations and System Design and Management offerings, our ties to MIT are many and deep. MIT Sloan students have access to a wealth of resources at MIT and often work closely with their peers at the Institute to bring new ideas from the laboratory to the marketplace.



    MIT Sloan lives in the heart of the thriving, dynamic community that is Cambridge. In Kendall Square, the School is surrounded by biotech companies, tech giants, startups, and research labs. The neighborhood features a wide array of restaurants, outdoor activities along the Charles River, and arts, music, and entertainment venues. With nearly 60 colleges and universities in the Boston area, students and their creative energy are a key part of the fabric of the city.

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