“One of MIT Sloan’s strengths is that it combines research with teaching practices. It truly merges theory and practice — a feat that is possible due to its top-notch research faculty and the faculty’s interest in putting their ideas to work.”
MIT Sloan Latin America Office (MSLAO)
Located in Santiago, Chile, the MSLAO develops and nurtures meaningful activities throughout Latin America that support the advancement of management education and practice and that benefit the region, MIT Sloan, and the broader MIT community. MSLAO activities include:
- MIT faculty visits – The office helps identify regional research opportunities and organize research-related trips for MIT faculty. Opportunities range from collaborative research initiatives with other schools and labs to consulting projects for companies and government agencies. The office also sponsors faculty participation in regional conferences.
- MIT Sloan student visits – The office supports MIT Sloan student visits to the region for participation in action learning labs, such as Sustainable Business Lab (S-Lab) and Global Entrepreneurship Lab (G-Lab), and also works to identify other action learning opportunities for students.
- Admissions recruiting events – The office promotes MIT’s undergraduate and graduate degree programs to talented students in the region. To see upcoming recruiting events by program, visit the links below:
To learn more about programs in the region or to inquire about opportunities for collaboration, please submit the inquiry form on the right-hand side of the page.
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