MIT Sloan

Latest Up-to-Date Executive MBA Rankings:

2012 Poets&Quants: NR
2011 BusinessWeek: NR
2011 U.S. News & World Report: NR
2010 The Wall Street Journal: NR
2011 Financial Times: NR

Rankings Analysis: The MIT Sloan program is the best example of the silly unfairness of rankings. The school’s EMBA program fails to be ranked because it hasn’t been around long enough. So no organization has yet ranked it. Yet by any measure of quality, it would easily be among the top ten programs in the world.

Application Fee: $125
2012 Tuition & Fees: $141,000, not including costs of accommodation

Average Months of Work Experience: 204
GMAT Required: No. The admissions committee reviews all transcripts for undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate work. However, the school recommends that candidates take the GMAT if they believe their academic records do not accurately reflect their current knowledge of quantitative methods.
Acceptance Rate: 25% for Class of 2013

Class Enrollment: 72
International: 39%
Female: 25%
Mean Age: 39

Classes Meet: 26 Friday-Saturday sessions, with four week-long, on-campus modules and a week-long overseas trip in fulfillment of a four-month consulting project for an international firm

Length of Program 20 months

Start Date: October

Students work in these industry sectors:

  • Consulting: 8%
  • Consumer Products: 3%
  • Financial Services: 19%
  • Government: 4%
  • Media/Entertainment: 3%
  • Non-Profit: 3%
  • Petroleum/Energy: 3%
  • Pharmaceutical/Biotechnology/Health Care: 22%
  • Real Estate: 4%
  • Technology: 21%
  • Aerospace/Defense: 4%
  • Advertising: 3%
  • Other 3%

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