Facts and Figures
Here’s a quick look at what makes MIT Sloan a uniquely engaging place to live and learn.
Academic Program Statistics
Facts & figures: MIT Sloan academic programs by the numbers.Learn More
The mission of the MIT Sloan School of Management is to develop principled, innovative leaders who improve the world and to generate ideas that advance management practice.
Along the Charles River in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Approximately 1,300 students.
Number of programs:
11 degree and non-degree, for undergraduates through experienced executives.
In FY 19, 116 faculty members.
When was MIT Sloan founded?
The Alfred P. Sloan School of Management began in 1914 as Course XV, Engineering Administration, at MIT, within the Department of Economics and Statistics.
Public works of art across MIT:
More than 50, including; Pablo Picasso, découpée; (Cut-Out Figure), 1975.
PillPack, E*Trade, Akamai, Gartner, Genentech, HubSpot, InVivo Therapeutics, Teradyne, and Zipcar, just to name a few.
Fortune 500 companies with local offices:
Amazon, Amgen, Biogen, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Pfizer, among others. Other companies located in Kendall Square include Akamai, Charles River Labs, Sanofi Genzyme, and Twitter. The Boeing Co. recently announced plans to open its new Aerospace and Autonomy Center in Kendall Square by the end of 2020.
By the Numbers
MIT alumni across 90+ countries
Action Learning labs
Active alumni-founded companies
On-campus graduate residences
VC firms in Cambridge
A Brief History of MIT Sloan
A Work in Progress
The Alfred P. Sloan School of Management began in 1914 as Course XV, Engineering Administration, at MIT, within the Department of Economics and Statistics.Learn More