Master of Business Analytics
The Career Development Office connects students with companies, alumni, and leaders who can help guide them toward rewarding careers. Workshops, club activities and networking events put you face-to-face with industry leaders so you can envision your future.
On-campus recruiting provides an excellent opportunity for employers and students to connect right here in Cambridge. MIT Sloan attracts a range of well-known companies, and the recruiting process enables students to explore numerous career opportunities in management consulting, financial services, technology, energy, healthcare, manufacturing, and more.
Held each April, the MIT Sloan Career Fair offers students a unique opportunity to network and interview with numerous companies in a single day.
The CDO provides one-on-one consultations and coaching to help both students and alumni learn about career paths, focus on areas of strength or concern, and get the advice they need to recalibrate, redirect, or recommit their professional energies. These strictly confidential sessions can be held in person on campus or by telephone.
Many of our top recruiters showcase their companies to students through formal presentations and informal office hours. These presentations provide a great on-campus opportunity for MIT Sloan students to network with corporate leaders and to gain further insight into potential sectors and employers.
Held monthly, the Analytics Speaker Series invites data scientists from the most renowned companies in the world to come meet and present to our students. These speakers are leaders and innovators from companies Google Cloud, Quantum Black, Unilever, Nike, IBM, BCG Gamma, and more.
West Coast Trek
The West Coast Trek is an opportunity for students to explore and understand the data science industry firsthand. During this immersive experience, analytics students meet with industry leaders who represent some of the most prestigious companies in the world. By trip’s end, students leave with a clearer idea of the various career paths and working environments they can expect once they leave MIT Sloan. This week-long trek includes networking events with alumni and industry leaders, visits to companies from Seattle to Silicon Valley, and the opportunity to connect socially with peers.
Past Trek host companies include Amazon, Twitter, Google, Zillow, Nintendo, Airbnb, StubHub, IBM Watson, Lyft, Tesla, and Quora.
MIT Sloan student clubs organize many activities that bring students together with corporate leaders. These activities range from single-day events, such as visits from guest speakers in classes or seminars, to more involved trips to companies’ headquarters to meet with executives.
Through company presentations and networking events sponsored by the Career Development Office, students will have the chance to explore industries and sectors they may not have considered before. The CDO works to expose students to professionals from all realms of the business and finance world in order to assist students in making the best possible career decisions.
Career Resource Center
The CRC is an expansive collection of both print and electronic career-related resources, including members-only online databases.
The CDO offers a vast collection of electronic media with information on career exploration, industry guides, and the interview process. Upon matriculation, students gain access to the CDO’s web pages that link to a broad range of career information and tools. During recruiting season, MIT Sloan’s career management software platform, Career Central, allows students to review and sign up for career activities, apply for jobs, find company contacts, or schedule an interview.