Master of Finance

Class Profile

The diversity of our students both shapes and drives the opportunities for collaboration and learning. 

We intentionally assemble teams of students who have a variety of skills and experience. Together, we benefit from the many perspectives our students from all over the world bring to the community.

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Class size enrolling in 2020*

*Class profile as of September 15, 2020

By the Numbers

  • 92%

    International

  • 44%

    Women

  • 64%

    STEM Undergrad Degree

  • 23

    Countries Represented

  • 11

    Average Months of Work Experience (includes internships)

Academics

  • 3.82

    Median GPA (out of 4.0)

  • 165-170

    GRE Quant Range (middle 80%)

  • 155-164

    GRE Verbal Range (middle 80%)

Undergraduate Majors

  • 39%

    Math & Science

  • 24%

    Economics

  • 23%

    Business

  • 7%

    Engineering

  • 5%

    Computer Science

  • 1%

    Humanities

  • 1%

    Law

 U.S. Race/Ethnicity*

Master of Finance Federal Multi-Dimensional
American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, Other Pacific Islander 0 0
Asian American 9 (75%) 9 (75%)
Black / African American 0
Hispanic / Latinx 0 0
White 2 (17%) 0
Multi-race 0
Did not report 1 (8%) 1 (8%)
TOTAL US/PR 12 (100%)  
 

*US race/ethnicity enrollment is shown as a percent of US citizens and permanent residents. MIT Sloan follows federal guidelines from the Department of the Interior for collecting data on race and ethnicity, which allow applicants to self-identify their race and ethnicity, with the option to select more than one race and/or ethnicity. The racial and ethnic categories listed here reflect those included in our application process. Per these guidelines, students who identify as Hispanic/Latinx and any other race are represented as Hispanic/Latinx only. Students who identify with more than one race are represented as Multi-Race only. To more accurately represent the racial and ethnic identities of our students, multi-dimensional reporting includes the number of students who identify with each race or ethnicity. A single student identifying with more than one race/ethnicity will be represented in more than one row, leading to a total percentage greater than 100%.