MIT Executive MBA

Build an influential network

With students and faculty from more than 60 countries, the MIT Sloan community is driven by diverse cultural and intellectual perspectives that enrich the learning experience. The format of the MIT EMBA program facilitates bonding among students, as they spend intensive weekends and weeks learning together.

After graduation, students form a supportive network and often collaborate on projects and startups. They also join a global network who are successful leaders and innovators in a broad range of industries and fields. Through more than 90 MIT and 75 MIT Sloan alumni clubs around the world, alumni have ample opportunities to engage with each other and with MIT.

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Alumni by the Numbers

  • 136k

    MIT alumni around the world

  • 90k

    MIT Sloan alumni across all continents

  • 1,000+

    MIT EMBA alumni domestically and internationally

The MIT Executive MBA is committed to fostering an inclusive and supportive environment for all our students and advancing a community that embraces diversity and empowers everyone to learn and do their best at MIT.

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Thought Leadership

The program is taught by senior members of the MIT Sloan faculty who are globally recognized experts in their fields. Throughout your course of study you will collaborate with these thought leaders to gain new perspective and advance your management capabilities. They serve not only as teachers, but also as colleagues with whom you develop an immediate and lifelong relationship.

Faculty Profiles

Georgia Perakis

Georgia Perakis

Management Science

William F. Pounds Professor of Management

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Nelson P. Repenning

Nelson P. Repenning

Management Science

School of Management Distinguished Professor of System Dynamics and Organization Studies

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Catherine Tucker

Catherine Tucker

Management Science

Sloan Distinguished Professor of Management

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Roberto Fernandez

Roberto Fernandez

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

William F. Pounds Professor in Management

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Rodrigo Verdi

Rodrigo Verdi

Economics, Finance and Accounting

Nanyang Technological University Professor of Accounting

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Fiona E. Murray

Fiona E. Murray

Behavioral and Policy Sciences

William Porter Professor of Entrepreneurship

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Whatever your plans, we support your path

You're making an impact and want to keep moving ahead, whether that means advancing within your current company, shifting to a new industry, or starting your own business. 

The Career Development Office offers career coaching, workshops, industry events and research resources to help you navigate the next stage of your career.  Whatever your career goals, your time here will be a life-changing experience. We're here to support this welcome transformation.

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Leadership at MIT Sloan

Discover more articles from the MIT Sloan Management Review. Partnering with Sloan staff, faculty, and alumni, they highlight how MIT's leadership shows up within and outside of Sloan.