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  • Collaborative Environment

    Attaining true excellence requires team effort, multiple points of view, and diverse skill sets. Learning to develop effective teams is a cornerstone of our curriculum, from orientation to classes, and from proseminars to the finance trek.

    Students at MIT Sloan are quick to praise the collegial environment they find on campus. Ask anyone what makes MIT Sloan a special place, and you’ll hear about the people: genuine, curious, intelligent, resourceful, grounded people with open minds, who work together toward common goals.

    Your team in action

    The required summer classes and career workshops quickly establish collaboration. Teams of students from diverse backgrounds and careers, and with distinct learning styles, work together through problem sets and case studies. This collaboration establishes a strong foundation that becomes an important source of support and friendship beyond the MFin experience.

    Hands-on learning and student clubs

    Collaborative learning extends beyond the powerful, shared experience of the summer, both in and out of the classroom. In proseminars and in the Finance Research Practicum℠, student teams tackle problems faced by partner companies and work together to find creative solutions.

    Fostering trust and friendships, MIT Sloan's impressive roster of student-led clubs organizes speakers, debates, skills competitions, sports, and social events throughout the year.

    MFin Study Tours

    The MFin Study Tours show how MIT Sloan can leverage the school's far-reaching global relationships to create exciting programs and events for students. The CDO and MFin Program Office work with financial institutions to create a schedule of both formal and informal events with significant industry participants and local alumni. Past MFin Study Tours have visited Hong Kong, Singapore, and London.