“To overcome the economic challenges we face, we need a new generation of financial industry leaders, policymakers, and regulators who have a deep understanding of how technology drives the financial system. At MIT Sloan, I'm surrounded by an exceptionally smart group of colleagues committed to training this new generation, and by talented, passionate students eager to make a difference.”

Andrei Kirilenko
MIT Sloan Professor of Practice in Finance


Reaching out around the world

The Office of International Programs (OIP) initiates, coordinates, and supports MIT Sloan’s international learning partnerships and collaborations. It also serves as a connection point for members of the MIT Sloan community who are looking for global engagement opportunities; and for students, faculty, and institutions from outside the United States looking to engage with MIT Sloan.

The OIP is located on the MIT campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts. A second office, the MIT Sloan Latin America Office (MSLAO), is located in Santiago, Chile. The MSLAO focuses specifically on developing and supporting the school’s engagement with Latin America.


"At home I play a different role. I am the instructor. Here I am a student. I sit in the professors’ classrooms. Sloan has very participant-centered learning. Students learn from each other. We play different roles, keep relationships with each other. I know what the students really care about. It has been an interesting experience."

- Wei Xueqi, IFF Fudan Fall ‘10