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  • Class 2016 Full-time

  • MBA Class of 2016 Overview: Full-time


    Class of 2016 Profile 1


    Number of Candidates 406
    U.S. Citizens 60%
    Non-U.S. Citizens 40%
    Women 39%
    Median GMAT Score 713
    Median Undergraduate GPA (out of 4.0) 3.6
    Average Age at Entry to MIT Sloan 28
    Average Years Full-Time Work Experience Prior to MIT Sloan 5

    1 Class profile (as of matriculation) includes information for MBA students and students in the joint MBA/Leaders for Global Operations program.


    Class of 2016 MBA Employment Profile 2


      Number Percent
    Seeking Employment 319 81.2
    Not Seeking Employment 71 18.1
    Sponsored & Returning to Company 39 9.9
    Starting Own Business 24 6.1
    Other Reason(s) for Not Seeking 0 0
    Postponing Job Search 7 1.8
    Continuing Education 1 0.3
    No Information Available 3 0.8
    Total Graduates 393 100

    2 All information based on data reported by students.


    Employment Overview 3


    Median Base Salary $125,000
    Range of Base Salary $40,000 - $200,000

    3 Full-time employment statistics based on job acceptances. 97.6% of reported acceptances included usable salary information.


    Top Hirers of MBA Class of 2016


    • McKinsey & Company (26)
    • Amazon (23)
    • Bain & Company (17)
    • Boston Consulting Group, The (14)
    • Google (9)
    • Microsoft Corporation (8)
    • Deloitte Consulting (6)
    • Bank of America Merrill Lynch (5)
    • L.E.K. Consulting (5)


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    MBA Class of 2016 Salary Figures: Full-time

    Class of 2016 MBA Base Salary by Industry 1


    Industry Percent Median Mean Low High
    Service Industries 76.2 $125,000 $126,841 $50,000 $175,000
    Consulting 30.5 $144,000 $137,935 $85,000 $170,000
    Software/Internet 23.9 $120,000 $119,572 $72,000 $165,000
    Investment Banking/Brokerage 4.7 $125,000 $125,000 $100,000 $150,000
    Retail 4.4 $115,000 $107,385 $50,000 $120,000
    Private Equity/Venture Capital 3.7 $120,000 $113,364 $60,000 $165,000
    Investment Management 3.3 $125,000 $126,667 $100,000 $150,000
    Diversified Financial Services 3.0 $115,000 $110,357 $80,000 $125,000
    Media/Entertainment 2.7 $121,375 $118,469 $70,000 $175,000
    MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES 21.7 $120,000 $120,696 $70,000 $200,000
    Pharmaceutical/Healthcare 5.8 $120,000 $120,964 $100,000 $139,000
    Computers/Electronics 5.1 $130,000 $126,421 $96,500 $151,000
    Consumer Products 3.3 $115,000 $114,459 $90,000 $130,000
    Automotive/Aerospace 2.7 $120,000 $121,932 $115,000 $131,456
    Oil/Energy 2.4 $110,000 $109,286 $70,000 $130,000
    Manufacturing: Other1 2.4 $120,000 $126,802 $82,260 $200,000
    NONPROFIT 0.7 -2 - - -
    OTHER 1.4 $119,000 $117,750 $83,000 $150,000

    1 Manufacturing: Other includes Manufacturing, Telecommunications, and Transportation/Equipment/Defense.

    2 Dash indicates fewer than three people or less than 1% reported salary information.


    Class of 2016 MBA Base Salary by Function


    Function Percent Median Mean Low High
    Consulting/Strategic Planning 33.7 $141,600 $135,779 $80,000 $170,000
    Finance 15.8 $125,000 $118,957 $60,000 $165,000
    Investment Banking 4.8 $125,000 $162,500 $100,000 $150,000
    Investment Management 4.2 $125,000 $131,667 $100,000 $165,000
    Finance: Other1 3.4 $117,000 $120,778 $100,000 $150,000
    Venture Capital 2.4 $96,000 $93,357 $60,000 $125,000
    Sales & Trading 0.7 -2  - - -
    Private Client Services / Wealth Management 0.3 - - - -
    Operations/Project Management 13.4 $120,000 $116,754 $40,000 $157,200
    Marketing/Sales 10.3 $110,000 $110,033 $50,000 $150,000
    Product Management/Development 10.3 $134,500 $130,074 $85,000 $154,000
    Leadership Development Program/General Management 8.3 $120,000 $122,920 $100,000 $175,000
    Business Development 6.5 $119,000 $121,000 $70,000 $200,000
    Information Technology 0.7 - - - -
    Other 1.0 $120,000 $118,333 $110,000 $125,000

    1 Finance: Other includes Corporate Finance, Finance Operations, Treasury and M&A.

    2 Dash indicates fewer than three people or less than 1% reported salary information.


    Top Industries


      2016 2015 2014
    Consulting 30.5% 32.1% 33.9%
    Technology3 29.3% 30.7% 26.1%
    Pharmaceutical/Healthcare 5.8% - -
    Investment Banking - 6.1% -
    Retail4 - - 8.4%

    3 Tech includes Software/Internet, Computers/Electronics, and Telecommunications.

    4 The re-categorization of employers in 2014 is reflected in the shift in Retail and Technology percentages. The next highest industry in 2014 was Investment Banking at 6.8%.


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    Top Functions


      2016 2015 2014
    Consulting/Strategic Planning 33.7% 34.1% 37.4%
    Finance 15.8% 15.5% 14.2%
    Operations/Project Management 13.4% 15.0% 10.6%

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    Class of 2016 MBA Base Salary by Geographic Location


    Location Percent Median Mean Low High
    NORTH AMERICA 92.2 $125,000 $127,268 $70,000 $200,000
    USA 90.2 $125,000 $127,926 $70,000 $200,000
    Northeast 42.9 $125,000 $128,116 $70,000 $175,000
    Metro Boston 23.1 $130,000 $129,671 $70,000 $170,000
    Metro NYC 16.3 $125,000 $126,606 $70,000 $175,000
    West 33.0 $125,000 $128,366 $72,000 $200,000
    San Francisco Bay Area 17.3 $130,000 $131,398 $90,000 $170,000
    Southwest 4.2 $135,728 $130,663 $102,000 $147,500
    South 3.7 $120,000 $122,909 $100,000 $145,000
    Midwest 3.4 $129,000 $128,459 $106,000 $147,000
    Mid-Atlantic 2.7 $122,500 $122,500 $100,000 $150,000
    US Territories .3 - - - -
    Mexico 1.7 $100,000 $93,000 $80,000 $100,000
    Canada .3 - - - -
    REST OF THE WORLD 7.8 $100,500 $99,328 $40,000 $137,000
    Asia 4.1 $108,250 $111,327 $95,424 $137,000
    Latin America & the Caribbean 2.0 $105,000 $93,333 $50,000 $120,000
    Europe including UK 1.4 $81,810 $87,155 $65,000 $120,000
    London 0.3 -1  - - -
    Africa 0.3 - - - -

    1 Dash indicates fewer than three people or less than 1% reported salary information.


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    Class of 2016 MBA Base Salary by Undergraduate Major


    Major Percent Median Mean Low High
    Business 19.0 $125,000 $124,938 $70,000 $165,000
    Engineering 31.0 $125,000 $124,675 $40,000 $200,000
    Science & Mathematics 17.0 $125,000 $123,141 $70,000 $150,000
    Social Sciences & Humanities 33.0 $125,000 $125,851 $80,000 $175,000

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    Class of 2016 MBA Base Salary by Professional Experience


    Years of Experience Percent Median Mean Low High
    More than one year, up to 3 years 12.1 $138,500 $121,182 $83,000 $150,000
    More than three years, up to 5 years 44.1 $122,000 $122,703 $40,000 $200,000
    More than 5 years 43.8 $130,000 $127,511 $70,000 $175,000

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    Signing Bonus Received by Job Function 1


    Job Function Percent Median Mean Low High
    Leadership Development Program/General Management 87.5 $25,000 $25,655 $10,000 $50,000
    Consulting/Strategic Planning 80.4 $25,000 $26,827 $8,000 $60,000
    Product Management/Development 66.7 $20,000 $27,800 $10,000 $77,000
    Operations/Project Management 63.2 $25,500 $28,304 $25,500 $46,000
    Investment Banking 61.5 $49,000 $48,125 $40,000 $60,000
    Marketing/Sales 53.3 $25,750 $27,281 $10,000 $70,000
    Business Development 44.4 $25,000 $26,688 $5,000 $60,000
    Finance: Other2 44.4 $47,500 $47,625 $25,500 $70,000
    Investment Management 41.7 $20,000 $21,600 $3,000 $45,000

    1 66.1% of the students reporting usable salary data reported receiving a signing bonus.
    Percentages represent the number of students who received a signing bonus in the function.

    2 Finance: Other includes Corporate Finance, Finance Operations, Treasury and M&A.


    Other Guaranteed Compensation


    Percent Reporting Median Mean Low High
    22.1% $19,500 $23,401 $100 $89,380

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    Class of 2016 MBA Timing of Job Offers


      At Graduation Three Months after Graduation
    Percent of Students 88.7% 95.3%

    Class of 2016 MBA Timing of Job Acceptances 1


      At Graduation Three Months after Graduation
    Percent of Students 81.2% 92.5%

    1 Three graduates, representing 0.7% of graduates, reneged on an accepted offer.


    Class of 2016 MBA Reason for Accepting Position

    Reason Percent
    Growth Potential 37.5
    Job Function 14.8
    People/Corporate Culture 13.4
    Industry 11.7
    Prestige of Firm 8.2
    Job Content 5.3
    Location 4.9
    Compensation 2.1
    Commitment to Sustainability 1.4
    Other 0.7

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    Class of 2016 MBA Source of Job Offers

    Source of Job Percent
    School-Facilitated Activities 75.2
    Summer Internship 33.9
    Interviews Scheduled Through On-Campus Recruiting 28.5
    Job Postings (MIT or Sloan) 4.9
    Alumni 3.5
    MIT/Sloan Sponsored Events 1.0
    Faculty/CDO/Sloan Student Referral 2.4
    Resume Databases, Resume Referrals 1.0
    Student-Facilitated Activities 24.5
    Personal Network 11.9
    Contacted Directly 6.3
    Previous Employer 3.5
    Newspaper, Magazine, Internet Job Boards 2.8
    Other 0.3

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  • Class 2017 Internships

  • MBA Class of 2017 Overview: Internship


    Class of 2017 MBA Profile 1

    Number of Candidates 400
    U.S. Citizens 62%
    Non-U.S. Citizens 38%
    Women 41%
    Median GMAT Score 716
    Median Undergraduate GPA (out of 4.0) 3.6
    Average Age at Entry to MIT Sloan 28
    Average Years Full-Time Work Experience Prior to MIT Sloan 5

    1 Class profile (as of matriculation) includes information for MBA students and students in the joint MBA/Leaders for Global Operations program.

    Class of 2017 MBA Internship Employment Profile 2

      Number Percent
    Seeking Employment 325 77.2
    Not Seeking Employment 85 20.2
    Leaders for Global Operations 46 10.9
    Starting a Business 23 5.5
    Sponsored & Returning to Company 12 2.9
    Postponing Job Search 3 .7
    Other Reason(s) for Not Seeking 1 .2
    No Information Available 11 2.6
    Total 421 100

    2 All information based on data reported by students.

    Employment Overview 3


    Median Base Salary $8,000
    Range of Base Salary $500-$13,900

    3 Summer employment statistics based on internship acceptances. 91.2% of reported acceptances included usable salary information.


    Top Intern Hirers of MBA Class of 2017


    • Amazon (19)
    • Boston Consulting Group, The (16)
    • Bain & Company (14)
    • Microsoft Corporation (10)
    • Anheuser-Busch InBev (9)
    • McKinsey & Company (9)
    • Google (8)
    • Deloitte Consulting (6)
    • Goldman Sachs Group (6)

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    MBA Class of 2017 Salary Statistics: Internship

    Class of 2017 MBA Monthly Salary by Industry

    Industry Percent Median Mean Low High
    SERVICE INDUSTRIES 72.2 $8,000 $8,633 $3,500 $13,900
    Software/Internet 22.5 $8,000 $7,685 $4,000 $11,000
    Consulting 21.9 $12,000 $10,292 $3,500 $13,900
    Investment Banking/Brokerage 8.1 $10,400 $10,097 $4,500 $12,500
    Venture Capital 4.3 $6,000 $6,073 $2,000 $10,000
    Investment Management 4.0 $10,417 $10,005 $4,500 $12,500
    Private Equity 3.7 $7,000 $7,133 $4,000 $10,800
    Retail 3.6 $7,000 $6,440 $2,000 $8,000
    Diversified Financial Services 2.2 $7,475 $8,358 $7,000 $13,000
    Media/Entertainment/Sports 1.9 $5,440 $4,896 $4,000 $5,600
    MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES 23.8 $7,200 $6,871 $500 $12,500
    Pharmaceutical/Healthcare 7.4 $7,510 $7,651 $2,000 $12,500
    Computers/Electronics 6.2 $8,000 $7,397 $2,400 $9,600
    Consumer Products 4.9 $7,020 $6,215 $1,900 $10,000
    Oil/Energy 3.1 $5,100 $5,263 $500 $11,405
    Manufacturing: Other1 2.2 $6,800 $6,163 $4,000 $9,100
    GOVERNMENT/NONPROFIT 2.8 $2,500 $3,700 $2,000 $8,000
    OTHER 1.2 $3,250 $4,725 $2,000 $10,400

    1 Manufacturing: Other includes Automotive/Aerospace, Manufacturing, Telecommunications and Transportation/Equipment/Defense.

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    Class of 2017 MBA Monthly Salary by Job Function

    Function Percent Median Mean Low High
    Consulting/Strategic Planning 28.9 $10,800 $9,721 $3,500 $13,900
    Finance 22.6 $8,500 $8,443 $2,000 $13,000
       Investment Banking 6.6 $10,400 $10,086 $4,500 $12,500
       Finance: Other1 6.2 $7,377 $7,395 $2,000 $10,800
       Investment Management 5.2 $10,000 $9,561 $4,500 $13,000
       Venture Capital 4.6 $6,400 $6,369 $2,000 $10,000
    Operations/Project Management 12.2 $7,740 $6,768 $2,000 $9,000
    Product Management/Development 11.8 $8,000 $7,377 $2,000 $10,000
    Business Development 8.5 $7,250 $6,437 $500 $11,405
    Marketing/Sales 8.5 $7,510 $7,301 $1,900 $11,000
    Leadership Development Program/General Management 3.9 $8,000 $7,928 $2,500 $12,500
    Other2 3.6 $4,400 $5,365 $2,000 $10,000

    1 Finance/Other includes Corporate Finance, Private Client Services/Wealth Management, and Treasury.


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    Top Industries

      2016 2015 2014
    Technology2 29.0% 33.2% 25.0%
    Consulting 21.9% 19.0% 20.8%
    Investment Banking and
    Pharmaceutical/Healthcare
    8.1% 6.9% * -
    Retail3 - - 8.7%

    *Investment Banking and Pharmaceutical/Healthcare are tied at 6.9%.

    2 Tech includes Software/Internet, Computers/Electronics, and Telecommunications.

    3 The re-categorization of employers in 2014 is reflected in the shift in Retail and Technology percentages. The next highest industry in 2014 was Investment Banking at 8.4%.

    Top Functions

      2016 2015 2014
    Consulting/Strategic Planning 28.9% 27.8% 32.5%
    Finance 22.6% 21.1% 21.1%
    Operations/Project Management 12.2% - -
    Marketing/Sales - 13.9% 10.9%

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    Class of 2017 MBA Monthly Salary by Geographic Location

    Location Percent Median Mean Low High
    NORTH AMERICA 89.8 $8,000 $8,152 $1,900 $13,900
    USA 89.1 $8,000 $8,149 $1,900 $13,900
    Northeast 42.9 $8,000 $8,195 $1,900 $13,285
    Metro Boston 22.7 $7,550 $8,051 $1,900 $13,285
    Metro NYC 15.5 $9,300 $8,602 $2,000 $12,500
    West 35.1 $8,000 $8,064 $2,400 $13,900
    San Francisco Bay Area 19.6 $8,000 $8,057 $2,400 $13,500
    Southwest 3.4 $8,666 $8,742 $3,300 $12,500
    Midwest 3.4 $8,000 $8,954 $5,190 $12,250
    Mid-Atlantic 3.1 $5,250 $6,173 $2,000 $10,380
    South 1.2 $9,075 $9,288 $7,000 $12,000
    Canada .3 -1 - - -
    Mexico .3 - - - -
    REST OF THE  WORLD 10.2 $6,800 $7,326 $500 $13,000
    Asia 5.6 $7,150 $7,727 $3,500 $13,000
    Latin America & the Caribbean 3.1 $6,550 $6,616 $5,200 $8,725
    Africa .6 - - - -
    Middle East .6 - - - -
    Europe .3 - - - -

    1 Dash indicates fewer than three people or less than 1% reported salary information.


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    Class of 2017 MBA Monthly Salary by Undergraduate Major 1


    Major Percent Median Mean Low High
    Business 20.9 $8,000 $7,608 $1,900 $13,285
    Engineering 33.4 $8,000 $8,209 $2,000 $13,900
    Science & Mathematics 13.4 $8,000 $8,364 $4,000 $12,500
    Social Sciences & Humanities 32.1 $8,000 $8,130 $500 $13,500

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    Class of 2017 MBA Monthly Salary by Professional Experience

    Years Experience Percent Median Mean Low High
    More than one year, up to 3 years 23.1 $8,100 $8,566 $2,000 $12,000
    More than three years, up to 5 years 47.8 $8,000 $8,078 $500 $13,900
    More than 5 years 28.6 $8,000 $7,997 $2,000 $13,285

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    Class of 2017 MBA Reason for Accepting Position

    Reason Percent
    Job Function 25.7
    Industry 21.7
    Growth Potential 12.7
    Job Content 12.0
    Prestige of Firm 11.0
    People/Corporate Culture 8.3
    Location 4.7
    Commitment to Sustainability 2.0
    Other 1.2
    Compensation 0.7

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    Class of 2017 MBA Source of Job

    Source of Job Percent
    School-Facilitated Activities 74.7
         Interviews Scheduled Through On-Campus
         Recruiting
    44.9
         Job Postings (MIT or Sloan) 14.8
         MIT/Sloan Sponsored Events 6.6
         Faculty/CDO/Sloan Student Referral 4.7
         Alumni 3.0
         Resume Databases, Resume Referrals 0.7
    Student-Facilitated Activities 24.3
         Personal Network 13.1
         Contacted Directly 6.2
         Newspaper, Magazine, Internet Job Boards 4.7
         Previous Employer 0.3
    Other 1.0

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  • Employers
  • Employers Hiring Members of the MBA Classes of 2016 and 2017

    Bold = Employers hiring three or more MIT Sloan MBA students for full-time and/or summer positions.
    *LGO Partner during 2014-2015 academic year.


    3M

    A.T. Kearney

    AbbVie

    Accion International

    Acciona Energy

    Acceron

    a-connect (US)

    Adobe Systems

    Advent International

    AeroFarms

    AES Corporation, The

    African Leadership University, The

    AIF Capital Limited

    Akre Capital Management

    Algorithmia

    AlixPartners

    Allen & Company

    Amazon*

    Ambri

    American Express Company

    American Industrial Partners*

    American Tower

    Amgen*

    Analogic Corporation

    Analysis Group

    Anheuser-Busch InBev

    Apple

    Arauco

    Arraystorm India

    athenahealth

    Autodesk Foundation

    AutoGrid Systems

    B12

    Bain & Company

    Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    Barclays

    Barkly

    Bayer

    Bayer Business Consulting

    BBVA Compass

    BDO USA

    Beacon Communities

    Bessemer Venture Partners

    Biogen

    Black Duck Software

    Blippar

    Bloom Energy

    Blue Apron

    Bluesmart

    BMO Capital Markets

    Boeing*

    BoldIQ

    Boomerang Commerce

    Booz Allen Hamilton

    Boston Consulting Group, The

    Boston Scientific*

    BRF

    Bridgespan Group, The

    Brookside Equity Partners

    Building Robotics

    Catalant Technologies

    Caterpillar*

    Cell Signaling Technology

    ChinaRock Capital Management

    Cisco Systems

    Citi

    CityBldr

    City of Boston—Mayor’s Office of
    New Urban Mechanics

    City of Fortaleza

    co:collective

    CollectedMed

    Congress for New Urbanism

    Cornerstone Research

    Cowen & Company

    Credit Suisse

    Cue Ball Group, The

    Curaspan Health Group

    CVS Health

    Cybereason

    Cyclotron Road

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    Dalberg Global Development
    Advisors

    Danaher Corporation*

    Daniel J. Edelman

    Davidson Kempner Capital
    Management

    Dell*

    Deloitte (Monitor)

    Deloitte Consulting

    Dimensional Fund Advisors

    Discovery Communications

    dot Learn

    Ecolab

    Eden Capital Partners

    EF Education First

    EMC Corporation

    Emerald

    Encourage Capital

    Eventbrite

    Eventide Asset Management

    Evercore Partners

    EY
    Facebook

    Falabella

    Fenix International

    Fidelity Investments

    Fidelity Investments—Fidelity Labs

    Fiksu

    First Fuel Software

    FJ Labs

    Flextronics*

    Fluent

    Flybridge Capital Partners

    Foundation Medicine

    Founder Collective

    Fox Entertainment Group

    Freshly

    G.O.O.D. Music Management

    Gap, Inc.

    GE Ventures

    Genentech

    General Motors

    Gilead Sciences

    Goldman Sachs Group

    Google

    GP Investments North America

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    HarbourVest Partners

    Harry’s

    Hasbro

    H-E-B Grocery

    HelloFresh

    Hewlett-Packard

    HODINKEE

    Hospitality Quotient

    Hubspot

    Humon

    IBM

    IDEO

    IfOnly

    IKON Venture Capital

    Infinite Analytics

    Insikt

    Intel Corporation

    IFC - World Bank Group
    IMS Health, Amundsen Group, The

    Iora Health

    itBit

    IX Capital Partners

    John Hancock Financial Services

    Johnson & Johnson*

    JPMorgan Chase & Co.

    JMC Capital Partners

    JumpYield

    Kalaari Capital

    Kapor Capital

    Kensho Technologies

    Keurig Green Mountain

    KIMC (U.S.)

    Kinea Investimentos

    Kinsa Health

    Kraft Sports Group, The

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    L.E.K. Consulting

    Lab126

    Latin American Partners (LAP)

    Lateral Investment Management

    Lincoln Center for the Performing
    Arts

    Lippincott

    Logitech

    Luxottica Group, The

    LYFE Capital

    Malin

    Mapbox

    Massachusetts Clean Energy Center

    MassVentures

    MasterCard Worldwide

    MathWorks, The

    McKinsey & Company

    Medtronic

    MFS Investment Management

    Microsoft Corporation

    Morgan Stanley

    Motivate

    Motus

    Movile

    Mubadala Development Company

    MUUS Asset Management

    Nasdaq

    National Assembly of Venezuela

    National Hockey League

    NESTLE USA

    Netra Systems

    New Balance Athletic Shoe

    New Valence Robotics Corporation

    New York Times, The

    NextEra Energy

    Nike*

    Nimbus Therapeutics

    Okta

    Omada Health

    Omidyar Network

    One Acre Fund

    OpenX

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    PA Consulting Group

    Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E)*

    Pacific Marine & Supply

    Parthenon-EY

    PayPal

    Philips

    Phoenix Suns

    PillPack

    PIMCO

    Polaris Capital Management

    Porter & Sail

    Portugal Ventures

    PowerGen Renewable Energy

    PreVeil

    Procter & Gamble

    Purdue Pharma

    PureTech Health

    PwC

    PwC Strategy&

    Quantcast

    Quona Capital

    Rakuten

    Raytheon*

    Redwood Investments

    Renovate America

    Restaurant Brands International

    Rialto Capital Management

    River Hollow Partners

    Rue La La

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    Salesforce.com

    Samsung Electronics America

    Samsung Global Strategy Group

    Samsung Strategy & Innovation
    Center

    Sanofi Genzyme*

    Schneider Electric

    Simon-Kucher and Partners

    Sistine Solar

    Skanska USA

    Slack Corporation

    Snapchat

    Sodimac

    Splash

    Solid GT

    SpaceX

    Square

    State Street Global Advisors

    StellarEmploy

    Sumo Logic

    Taboola

    TD Bank

    Tencent

    Tesla Motors

    Thai Airways

    Thermo Fisher Scientific

    Third Sector Capital Partners

    Trident Capital

    TripAdvisor

    Trustbridge Partners

    Tulip Interfaces

    Uber Technologies

    Ubuntu Capital

    United Nations

    United Technologies—
    Pratt & Whitney*

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    Vitriflex

    VMware

    Walmart

    Walt Disney Company, The

    Wayfair

    WeWork

    White House, The

    WhiteWave Foods

    William Blair & Company

    Zola

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    Nondiscrimination Policy

    The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in education and employment. The Institute does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other Institute administered programs and activities, but may favor US citizens or residents in admissions and financial aid.*

    The Vice President for Human Resources is designated as the Institute’s Equal Opportunity Officer and Title IX Coordinator. Inquiries concerning the Institute’s policies, compliance with applicable laws, statutes, and regulations (such as Title VI, Title IX, and Section 504), and complaints may be directed to the Vice President for Human Resources, Room E19-215, 617-253-6512, or to the Manager of Staff Diversity and Inclusion, Room E19-215, 617-452-4516. In the absence of the Vice President for Human Resources or the Manager of Staff Diversity and Inclusion, inquiries or complaints may be directed to the Executive Vice President, Room 4-204, 617-253-3928, or to the Director of Labor and Employee Relations, Room E19-235N, 617-253-4264, respectively. Inquiries about the laws and about compliance may also be directed to the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, US Department of Education.

    *The ROTC programs at MIT are operated under Department of Defense (DoD) policies and regulations, and do not comply fully with MIT’s policy of nondiscrimination with regard to gender identity. MIT continues to advocate for a change in DoD policies and regulations concerning gender identity, and will replace scholarships of students who lose ROTC financial aid because of these DoD policies and regulations.