MIT Sloan is able to provide fellowship opportunities to first- and second-year students in the MBA program, thanks in part to the generous support of individual, corporate, and foundation donors.
The MIT Sloan Admissions Committee awards merit-based fellowships to exceptional students based on a variety of criteria, including, but not limited to:
- Academic excellence
- Professional achievements
- Potential to enhance the MIT Sloan community
The following fellowships awarded upon admission. No application required.
The fellowships listed below, many of which have been established through generous gifts to MIT Sloan from alumni and friends of the school, are available to admitted students. Students will be considered for these fellowship awards automatically, dependent upon their eligibility, and do not need to submit an additional application. Students are typically informed if they have received a fellowship upon notification of admittance to the school. This applies to U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and international students.
- 42 Analytics Fellowship
- Tamotsu Adachi (1983) Fellowship
- Jim and Sara Anderson Fellowship
- Antonios and Ioannis Angelicoussis Foundation Fellowship
- ASEAN Fellowship
- ASEAN Fellowship and Student Support
- Beatrice Ballini (1986) Fellowship
- Borromeo Fellowship
- Mariafrancesca Carli-Josselyn (1992) Fellowship
- Tim (1975) and Nancy (1976) Chan Fellowship
- Philip M. Condit (1975) Fellowship
- Betsy and Stephen (1958) Corman Fellowship
- Linda Archer Cornfield Fellowship
- Henry B. DuPont Fellowship
- Joseph E. Eastin (2015) Fellowship
- Samuel (2003) and Alexandra Epee-Bounya Fellowship
- Exxon Education Foundation Fellowship
- Hala Frangie Fadel (2001) Fellowship
- Alexis (1967) and Leticia Falquier Fellowship
- Bill and Lisa Ford Fellowship
- Global Opportunities Fellowship
- Robert P. Goldberg (1965) Fellowship
- Gordon-Bluestein Fellowship
- Gordon Family Sloan Fellowship
- MIT Sloan Guo Heng Fellowship
- Bassim (2002) and Maha Halaby Fellowship
- Ivy Head Family Fellowship
- LCP Ho Fellowship
- Luli Yeh and Tsu Ho Hong Fellowship
- Ed and Caroline Hyman Fellowship
- Iman Foundation Fellowship
- John E. Jamerson (1977) Fellowship
- Marzio Keiling Sloan Masters Fellowship
- Kenedix Fellowship
- Ketterson Family Fellowship
- Assia Khellaf (1992) and Vedat Eyuboglu Fellowship
- Eivind Lange (1981) Mary Puma (1981) Fellowship
- Lebanese International Finance Executives (LIFE) Fellowship
- Lin Family Fellowship
- Lo Family Fellowship
- Gernot Lohr (1998) and Lara Zibners Lohr Fellowship
- Stephen E. Mermelstein (1976) Fellowship
- Sunshik Min MBA Fellowship
- Elizabeth Monrad Diversity Fellowship
- Nath Fellowship
- Pechacek Fellowship
- Thomas R. Petersen Memorial Fellowship
- Gustavo A. Pierini (1987) Fellowship
- Robert Pozen Fellowship
- Chin Chin and Garrison Qian Fellowship
- Karen and Jack (1947) Rizika Fellowship
- Samsung Fellowship
- Sadeq Sayeed (1985) Fellowship Fund
- Paul K. (1947) and Mary L. Schilling Fellowship
- Serge (1996) and Pascale Schoen Fellowship
- Louis E. and Theresa Seley Fellowship
- Shahril Shamsuddin (1996) Fellowship
- Miriam Sherburne Fellowship
- Alexander H. Shing (2000) Fellowship
- Stone Masters Fellowship for Women
- Shivan S. Subramaniam (1978) Fellowship
- FM Global Fellowship in Honor of Shivan Subramaniam (1978)
- Lester Thurow Fellowship
- Theodore Vassilakis Fellowship
- Verma Family Fellowship
- Thomas J. Vincent (1968) Fellowship
- Ronald A. Williams (1984) and Cynthia Williams Fellowship
- Thomas R. Williams (1954) Fellowship
- Connie (1995) and Paul (1991) Yang Fellowship
- Xiaodong Zhang (2006) Fellowship
The following fellowships require a separate application.
There are several fellowships that require a separate application process and are awarded through their respective organizations. Please see below for more information on these fellowships and directions for how to apply.
The Aker Scholarship is a grant awarded to Norwegian students pursuing the MBA [or MFIN, MBAn] at MIT Sloan. MIT is one of the selected few universities to receive this scholarship. Funding is available to Norwegian students and those with strong ties to Norway who are accepted into post-graduate degree programs. The scholarship will supplement any other funding to cover the full cost of study and living expenses. For more information and to apply, visit the Aker Scholarship website.
Awarded to two Spanish nationals who obtained their engineering degrees from a Spanish university and will join the MBA, Master of Finance, or Master of Business Analytics program. The scholarship covers full tuition for two years (12 months for MFIN and MBAn programs). To be eligible, MBA candidates must be admitted in Round 1 or Round 2; MBA, MFIN, and MBAn candidates must submit their application for the scholarship to FGB within 20 days of their admission decision. Find more information here.
The Kennedy Scholarship is an academic award for British students studying at two of the world's finest universities - Harvard and MIT. It can be used to fund a wide variety of programmes at MIT and across all the graduate schools within Harvard - from PhD to LLM, from MPH to March. It can also fund a Special Studentship for those wanting a general programme of non-degree study. Learn more here.
The Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship offers financial assistance to select entrepreneurial graduate students at MIT. Their application process is separate from MBA Admissions. The fellowship is open to all MIT graduate students who demonstrate a commitment to starting a business in a low-income country after graduation. Please visit the Legatum Center website for more information and to apply.
A generous gift from the Jorge Paulo Lemann Foundation has created a pilot program to support Lemann Education Fellowships at MIT. Fellowships will be awarded to outstanding MIT graduate students to further their studies in education, educational technology and innovation, educational policy and reform, and related areas. Graduate students from all schools and disciplines are eligible, with preference given to applicants from Brazil, and then to applicants from any country working on issues relevant to advancing education in Brazil. Preference will be given to master’s students, then doctoral students. Incoming students must be admitted to their program of choice at MIT, then submit an application for a Lemann Fellowship. For more information and to apply, please visit the Office of the Dean for Graduate Education website.
McKinsey & Company awards scholarships of $10,000 each to up to three first-year MBA students at the MIT Sloan School of Management. The award recognizes MIT Sloan students with an outstanding record of academic achievement, demonstrated drive and personal impact, and distinctive leadership in professional, community, or campus activities.
The McKinsey Award is open to all incoming MBA students at the MIT Sloan School of Management regardless of professional experience and interest. All MIT Sloan graduate applicants are encouraged to apply. Each applicant must indicate interest in applying for the McKinsey Award by checking the McKinsey Award box on the MIT Sloan application.
The McKinsey Award Committee will select the scholarship recipient(s) based on MIT Sloan application materials, possible in-person interviews, and other relevant information, emphasizing academic excellence; drive and personal impact; and professional, campus, or community leadership. McKinsey & Company will notify the winners directly, and the awards will be announced in early fall of the first semester.
Incoming first-year graduate students accepted to an MIT graduate program who are citizens of the People’s Republic of China are eligible to apply to this fellowship. The MIT-CSC Fellowship Program provides fellowships consisting of funding which covers a standard stipend, full tuition, international round-trip airfare, and appropriate fees. Applications to participate in the MIT-CSC Fellowship Program should be submitted by candidates directly to the CSC. Interested candidates must apply here.
MIT Public Service Fellows play a leading role in developing and implementing their service projects. Fellows must work in collaboration with a supervisor in a community organization that will benefit from their work in the long term, but Fellows typically take a consultant or partnership role with their supervisors, rather than working directly for them. MIT students who are developing their own non-profits or social enterprises may also apply for Fellowships to support them in this process.
The MIT Sloan Social Impact Fellowships provide funding to a limited number of MBA students taking on important societal challenges during their summer internship period. Students apply in April of their first year, and awards are announced in early May. Funding is provided by the Dean’s Office and contributions from classmates. To learn more, please contact the MIT Sloan Net Impact Chapter.
The Zuckerman Fellows Program equips people from the fields of medicine, law, and business to provide leadership for the common good by making it possible for them to pursue public service degrees at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, or Harvard Kennedy School. The Zuckerman Fellowship provides recipients with full tuition and health insurance fees for one year plus a living stipend. This fellowship is for dual degree students only. Learn more here.