Career Development Office

Recruiting Policies

Our recruiting policies are designed to ensure that our students are able to balance academics with recruiting. We also require that our employers and students have enough time and information to make thoughtful and informed decisions.

Our 2019-2020 policies apply to our MBA, Master of Finance, Master of Business Analytics,  Master of Science in Management Studies, Sloan Fellows MBA, and Executive MBA programs.

New for 2019-2020 Academic Year:
Recruiting Policies for 2018-2019

Timing of Offers -

Please allow sufficient time for students to consider offers:

Internship Offers*


Offers Extended from Summer Internship*

MFin February 2020

Friday, Feb. 8, 2019


MBA, Class of 2020

Friday, Feb. 8, 2019


Full-Time Offers*


MBA, Class of 2019

Friday, Jan. 11, 2019

Friday, Dec. 7, 2018

LGO, Class of 2019

Friday, Jan. 11, 2019

Friday, Dec. 7, 2018

MFin June, 2019

Friday, Dec. 7, 2018


MFin February, 2019

Friday, Dec. 7, 2018

Friday, Nov. 2, 2018

MSMS, Class of 2019

Friday, Jan. 11, 2019


MBAn, Class of 2019

15 business days


* Offer deadlines should be the later of the dates noted above or 15 business days.Offers extended on or after April 1, 2019: Please give students minimally 10 business days to make a decision.

Policies For Recruiting First-Year MBA Students (Class of 2020)

The policies below allow first-year MBA students time to adjust to the academic experience during their first semester at MIT Sloan. It also allows them to participate in our customized career programming aimed at self-assessment and career exploration. Please respect the following policies for recruiting first-year MBA students:

  1. Company presentations for summer internship recruiting begin on October 1, 2018. Our office will not endorse or advertise any recruiting events held before this date, including pre-matriculation events.
  2. Company recruiting presentations, job opportunities, and office hours must be arranged and promoted through the Career Development Office.
  3. Advertisements for company presentations, job opportunities, and requests for office hours should be sent to Danielle Grassia or Susan Todd (please see Contact us to identify your industry’s point person).
  4. Resumes for first-year MBA students may not be requested before October 9, 2018 for any purpose, including informational interviews, company visits, or office hours.
  5. Employers may not request or access student mailing lists, listserv information, or the online MIT Sloan student photobook.
  6. Office hours/informational sessions must be held in a group format (two or more students) until summer internship recruiting begins in January.
Club Events During The Fall Semester
  1. During the fall semester, club events must be educational and not recruiting-focused. Speakers may discuss industry trends, company projects, or share other intellectual capital.
  2. Club events must be arranged through the Career Development Office. Events may not be scheduled directly with club leaders during the fall semester. Please contact either Danielle Grassia or Susan Todd.
Scheduling and Conducting Interviews
  1. All interviews must be scheduled around student class commitments. Please do not ask students to miss a class or an exam for interviews or company visits. We request that firms give students at least 24 hours notice (preferably 48 hours) when extending interview invitations. Please give students several options for dates and times for 2nd-round interviews. These practices help students manage potential academic conflicts more effectively.
  2. Upon request, companies may offer an open-for-bid schedule.
  3. Conducting interviews or extending offers is not allowed before January 7, 2019.
  4. Students should be kept updated on the status of their candidacy after each round of interviews. We require firms to directly communicate both affirmative and negative decisions within a reasonable timeframe.
Honoring Offers and Acceptances

We expect that all offers and acceptances be made in good faith. Students are obliged to honor accepted offers. Defaulting on an acceptance is a breach of MIT Sloan's Recruiting Policies.

Please speak with a member of the Recruiting team as soon as possible in any of the following circumstances:

  • If a student defaults on an offer.
  • If you withdraw an offer that has been extended and accepted.
  • If your organization has difficulty negotiating terms or faces other challenges involving our policies or practices.

We require recruiters to comply with MIT's policy of evaluating candidates without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin.

MIT is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, or disability.

CDO Industry Contacts

Danielle Cañas |  |  617-324-1017
Account Manager for: 
 Banks/Diversified Financial Firms, High Technology and Biotechnology, Pharma/Healthcare, Oil/Energy, Telecommunications

Susan Todd  |  |  617-258-6493
Account Manager for:  
Consulting, Consumer Products, Non-Profit, Retail, Real Estate, Transportation/Defense, Automotive/Aerospace, Entertainment/Media