The Journey Begins with Education
Bright students enthusiastic about sustainability are among our world’s greatest assets. We’re dedicated to supporting their drive for impact by providing the best education we can.
Among our top-tier US business school peers, MIT Sloan is regularly highly ranked in providing an exceptional education in sustainability. Because we’re MIT, our students employ both mind and hand. We challenge them to evaluate business-critical questions with a sustainability lens in the classroom, and then test their knowledge in real-world experiences and projects.
Before they walk across the stage at graduation, they’ve solved sustainability problems for companies like Patagonia, Colgate, Amazon, Impossible Foods, GM, Nike, Wayfair, the Boston Red Sox, and many more. And by the time our students leave MIT Sloan, they are prepared to challenge themselves and others to drive value for business and society.
Learn about our educational offerings below.
Whether you are interested energy and climate policy, impact investing, or labor standards, we have curated over 60 courses that cover a variety disciplines and topics.
Through speakers, internships, events, and topical learning, we help students build the knowledge and relationships they need to create their future careers.
MIT graduate students interested in sustainability oriented-internships have two options in the Sloan Social Impact Fund and the Sustainability Initiative Internship Program.
MIT Sloan has been ranked #1 in the U.S. among peer schools, and #6 worldwide, in Corporate Knights' "2019 MBA Better World Rankings"
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