MIT Sloan is conducting its admissions process in three rounds this season. The program notes that candidates may receive notification before the decision dates below, particularly in the event that a candidate is denied admission without an interview. Re-applicants can re-apply in any round.
Applicants targeting Sloan should note that all materials must be submitted by 3:00 PM Eastern Time on the date of each deadline.
|Round||Application Deadline||Admissions Decision|
|Round 1||September 29, 2022||December 14, 2022|
|Round 2||January 18, 2023||April 3, 2023|
|Round 3||April 11, 2023||May 18, 2023|
The application for admission to the Class of 2025 will be released in mid-July. Historically, a complete application to MIT Sloan consists of a cover letter that describes how the candidate meets admission criteria, a one-page resume, a short video statement (less than one minute), one letter of professional recommendation and contact information for two references, an organizational chart of the candidate’s department and company (no more than two pages), copies of academic transcripts, GMAT or GRE score, and a $250 application fee.
Official transcripts are required upon offer of admission. Candidates may be eligible for an application fee waiver if they are current college seniors who are U.S. citizens and who will graduate from a U.S. university in 2020, active U.S. military personnel, Teach for America members, Peace Corps members, Forté MBA Launch participants, MLT/Jumpstart MBA Prep Fellows, or attendees at certain special events.
The interview is mandatory and by invitation only. The interview invitation includes instructions on completing and submitting an essay response.
Interviews are conducted on weekdays and during business hours. Candidates will be invited by email to interview up until the decision deadlines. Interviews will be conducted at MIT Sloan and in several key regions around the globe. The applicant will have the opportunity to indicate their preferred location to interview on the application.