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  • Loans

    Your acceptance to MIT Sloan is based on a needs-blind admissions process. Once you are accepted, MIT Student Financial Services will work with you to determine your needs and help you with a financial aid package.

    Once you are admitted to the MIT Sloan MBA program, you will have access to detailed information about the financial aid process on our admitted student website. The process is slightly different depending on whether you are an international student, or a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.

    Application Requirements 

    The first step for students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents is to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. MIT's FAFSA Title IV school code is 002178.

    For all students (US Citizens/ Permanent Resident and International Students), the next step is to submit the Graduate Loan Application.

    Once this information is received, MIT Student Financial Services will determine your loan eligibility and issue a financial aid award letter. After you receive your financial aid award letter, you may select your educational loan providers and apply for loans.

    Domestic students or International Students with a domestic co-signer have an array of loan options, including federal subsidized and unsubsidized loans, while options for International Students with no cosigner are more limited. However, MIT Sloan does guarantee the availability of loan funds for all International students through the MIT Federal Credit Union, with the exception of students from countries on the current OFAC sanctions list