HOME | MBA | ADMISSIONS | TUITION AND FINANCIAL AID
HOME | MBA | ADMISSIONS | TUITION AND FINANCIAL AID
  • Fellowships

    MIT Sloan is able to provide fellowship opportunities to first- and second-year students in the MBA program, thanks in part to the generous support of individual, corporate, and foundation donors.

    The MIT Sloan Admissions Committee awards merit-based fellowships to exceptional students based on a variety of criteria, including, but not limited to:

    • Academic excellence
    • Professional achievements
    • Potential to enhance the MIT Sloan community

  • Fellowships Awarded upon Admission – No Application Required

    The fellowships listed below, many of which have been established through generous gifts to MIT Sloan from alumni and friends of the school, are available to admitted students. Students will be considered for these fellowship awards automatically, dependent upon their eligibility, and do not need to submit an additional application. Students are typically informed if they have received a fellowship upon notification of admittance to the school. This applies to U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and international students.

    • 42 Analytics Fellowship
    • Tamotsu Adachi (1983) Fellowship
    • Antonios and Ioannis Angelicoussis Foundation Fellowship
    • ASEAN Fellowship
    • ASEAN Fellowship and Student Support 
    • Beatrice Ballini (1986) Fellowship
    • Mariafrancesca Carli-Josselyn (1992) Fellowship
    • Philip M. Condit (1975) Fellowship
    • Betsy and Stephen (1958) Corman Fellowship
    • Henry B. DuPont Fellowship
    • Joseph E. Eastin (2015) Fellowship
    • Samuel (2003) and Alexandra Epee-Bounya Fellowship
    • Exxon Education Foundation Fellowship
    • Hala Frangie Fadel (2001) Fellowship
    • Alexis (1967) and Leticia Falquier Fellowship
    • Bill and Lisa Ford Fellowship
    • Global Opportunities Fellowship
    • Robert P. Goldberg (1965) Fellowship
    • Gordon-Bluestein Fellowship
    • Gordon Family Sloan Fellowship
    • MIT Sloan Guo Heng Fellowship
    • Bassim (2002) and Maha Halaby Fellowship
    • Ivy Head Family Fellowship
    • Luli Yeh and Tsu Ho Hong Fellowship
    • Ed and Caroline Hyman Fellowship
    • Iman Foundation Fellowship
    • John E. Jamerson (1977) Fellowship
    • Marzio Keiling Sloan Masters Fellowship
    • Kenedix Fellowship
    • Ketterson Family Fellowship
    • Assia Khellaf (1992) and Vedat Eyuboglu Fellowship
    • Eivind Lange (1981) Mary Puma (1981) Fellowship
    • Lo Family Fellowship
    • Gernot Lohr (1998) and Lara Zibners Lohr Fellowship
    • Stephen E. Mermelstein (1976) Fellowship
    • Elizabeth Monrad Diversity Fellowship
    • Nath Fellowship
    • Pechacek Fellowship
    • Thomas R. Petersen Memorial Fellowship
    • Gustavo A. Pierini (1987) Fellowship
    • Robert Pozen Fellowship
    • Chin Chin and Garrison Qian Fellowship
    • Karen and Jack (1947) Rizika Fellowship
    • Samsung Fellowship
    • Sadeq Sayeed (1985) Fellowship Fund
    • Paul K. (1947) and Mary L. Schilling Fellowship
    • Serge (1996) and Pascale Schoen Fellowship
    • Louis E. and Theresa Seley Fellowship
    • Shahril Shamsuddin (1996) Fellowship
    • Miriam Sherburne Fellowship
    • Alexander H. Shing (2000) Fellowship
    • Stone Masters Fellowship for Women
    • Shivan S. Subramaniam (1978) Fellowship
    • FM Global Fellowship in Honor of Shivan Subramaniam (1978)
    • Lester Thurow Fellowship
    • Martin Trust (1958) Graduate Management Fellowship
    • Verma Family Fellowship
    • Thomas J. Vincent (1968) Fellowship
    • Ronald A. Williams (1984) and Cynthia Williams Fellowship
    • Thomas R. Williams (1954) Fellowship
  • Fellowships Requiring a Separate Application


    There are several fellowships that require a separate application process and are awarded through their respective organizations. Please see below for more information on these fellowships and directions for how to apply.