MITFebruary 14, 2021 2021-05-31 13:10
The campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is located on a 168-acre (68 ha) tract in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. The campus spans approximately one mile (1.6 km) of the north side of the Charles River basin directly opposite the Back Bay neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts.
Estd 10th April 1861
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Program and Curriculum
MIT’s strength—as represented by its official seal and motto, mens et manus, mind and hand—is the fusion of academic knowledge with practical purpose. MIT believes the best education occurs when students are self-motivated and engaged participants in a dynamic community of learners. Consequently, an MIT undergraduate education combines rigorous academics with a "learning-by-doing" approach.
When students come here, they often feel like a kid in a candy store — the options seem infinite.
When you’re admitted to MIT, you’re admitted to the entire Institute. MIT don’t ask you to decide your major, your minor, or even your eventual calling.
Ben Bernake - Former chairman of the Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke earned his Ph.D. in economics at MIT in 1979. He wrote a dissertation entitled, "Long-term Commitments, Dynamic Optimization, and the Business Cycle."
Kofi Annan - Before becoming the Secretary General of the United Nations, Kofi Annan earned his Masters of Science through the Sloan Fellows program at MIT's Sloan School of Management in 1972.
Salman Khan - Not only was Khan Academy founder Salman Khan president of his senior class, he earned three degrees while at MIT: two bachelors degrees — one in math, one in electrical engineering/computer science — and a masters in electrical engineering in 1998.
CIT Group CEO and former Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain was a member of the Delta Upsilon fraternity and earned his bachelors in electrical engineering at MIT
What MIT look for in an undergraduate applicant
What we look for?
Student should be invested in the things that really mean something to you (we’re not particularly picky as to what). Explore! Choose quality over quantity—you don’t have to do a million things to get into college. Put your heart into a few things that you truly care about and that will be enough.