“As for the faculty, you'll quickly find that your professors – whether Nobel laureates or past presidents of the American Finance Association – are as passionate about teaching as you are about learning from them. MIT Sloan finance professors see you as their partners in shaping the future of finance.”
China Lab and India Lab
Action-based learning is a defining characteristic of an MIT Sloan education, and nowhere is that more apparent than in the school’s Action Learning Labs. These labs give student teams the opportunity to put management theory and knowledge to the test by working on a real project for a client organization. Students learn firsthand about organizational models and modern-day business challenges through client site visits and meetings with managers. This exposure, combined with the experience of working as part of a dynamic and diverse team, results in a singular career training platform for students.
MIT Sloan’s international Action Learning Labs include:
- China Lab – Students in China Lab engage in a three-month consulting project for a Chinese entrepreneurial firm. Students work in teams of four: two MBA students from MIT Sloan and two IMBA students from Chinese partner schools. Each team spends two weeks at the firm’s headquarters in China to meet with employees and gather information. IMBA students also visit MIT Sloan toward the end of the project to attend classes with their teammates and finalize project recommendations and deliverables. To learn more, visit the China Lab website.
- India Lab – Students in India Lab work side by side with India-based organizations on a broad range of challenges, from analyzing new markets and designing marketing plans to developing strategies for raising foreign capital. The lab kicks off with an intensive two-week internship at the client’s offices in India, followed by a five-week period of remote research, data, and analysis. At the end of the project, student teams present their findings and recommendations to senior management. For more information, visit the India Lab website.
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