MIT Sloan Fellows MBA Program

Class of 2023 Profile

The diversity of the MIT Sloan Fellows MBA community both shapes and drives collaboration and learning. For us, the leading edge is not a destination, but an ongoing process. It’s when leaders of all backgrounds come together to solve the most complex problems and share those solutions with the world to improve today and advance tomorrow.

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Class Size

By the Numbers

*As a percent of students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Includes U.S. citizens or permanent residents who self-identify as one of the following: Black/African-American; Hispanic/Latinx; Native American or Alaska Native; Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander. 

Academics

  • 50%

    Advanced Degrees

  • 155

    Median Executive Assessment (EA)*

  • 149-160

    Executive Assessment Range (middle 80%)*

*Based on schools that use a 4.0 grading system.

**As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the test requirement was relaxed for the 2021-22 admission cycle; applicants were allowed to apply, and some were admitted without a test score. This data represents only those students who applied and were admitted with a test score.

Pre-MBA Industry

U.S. Race/Ethnicity* 

*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%.