Students organize professional conferences, competitions, and hackathons throughout the year.
Study Tours give MBA students the opportunity to explore the economic, political, and cultural contexts of business in regions around the world.
MIT Sloan treks are a form of student-led and organized travel, usually sponsored by a Sloan club.
Student Initiatives: Ideas Made to Matter
MIT Sloan students plan and host professional conferences that focus on a particular region, industry, or theme during each academic year. The conferences bring business, government, and thought leaders from around the world to MIT Sloan's campus and the Cambridge area to share their insights with students and professionals. They offer an invaluable opportunity to practice management in action, allowing students who get involved to build their networks and develop leadership skills. Attending a Sloan student conference also offers a unique opportunity to learn more about a particular industry or geography while supporting the incredible work of your peers.