"The MIT Sloan MFin program is an education that is broad and has a large selection of courses, allowing you to focus in areas such as asset management or corporate/quantitative finance.”
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MIT Sloan hosts events year-round and throughout the world. Members of our community travel everywhere to bring MIT Sloan to you, from San Francisco to São Paulo, and from Lima to London. We offer many different opportunities for you to get to know MIT.
If you plan to visit us on campus and would like to attend a class or information session, please visit our Ambassadors Program page for dates and registration details. The Ambassadors Program for spring 2014 is available on 12 dates throughout the semester, with the exception of student holidays.
You may view our past events here: 2013 MIT Sloan MFin Events
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“We’ve always made a big effort to be interdisciplinary and to be open to a variety of perspectives, but also to go beyond being open to them, to want to bring them in, because it makes for a richer environment.”