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Prepare a cover letter (up to 500 words) seeking a place in the MIT Sloan MBA Program. Describe your accomplishments and include an example of how you had an impact on a group or organization. Your letter should conform to standard business correspondence and be addressed to Mr. Rod Garcia, Director of MBA Admissions.
We are interested in learning more about you and how you work, think, and act. For each essay, please provide a brief overview of the situation followed by a detailed description of your response. Please limit the experiences you discuss to those which have occurred in the past three years. In each of the essays please describe in detail what you thought, felt, said, and did.
Essay 1: Please describe a time when you went beyond what was defined, expected, established, or popular. (500 words or fewer, limited to one page) Essay 2: Please describe a time when you convinced an individual or group to accept one of your ideas. (500 words or fewer, limited to one page) Essay 3: Please describe a time when you took responsibility for achieving an objective. (500 words or fewer, limited to one page)
Recommendation Questions (2 recommenders)
How long and in what capacity have you known the applicant?
How does the applicant stand out from others in a similar capacity?
Please give an example of the applicant's impact on a person, group, or organization.
Please give a representative example of how the applicant interacts with other people.
Which of the applicant's personal or professional characteristics would you change?
Please tell us anything else you think we should know about this applicant.
Employment Statistics Median Base Salary: $110,000 Top Industries: Consulting (33%), High Technology (20%), Investment Banking (11%) Top Locations: Northeast (43%), West (24%), International (19%) Number of students starting their own business: 20 (5.1%)
The Entrepreneurship & Innovation Track (E&I) is an offering within the MIT Sloan MBA Program. The track focuses on launching and developing emerging technology companies and is designed for MBA students that have a strong interest in entrepreneurship. It builds a lifetime cohort of collaborative entrepreneurial peers, and leads to an MIT Sloan Certificate in Entrepreneurship & Innovation in addition to the MBA degree. The track curriculum heavily emphasizes team practice linked to real-world entrepreneurial projects, balances theoretical and practitioner education, and provides a thorough exposure to the many building blocks of an entrepreneurial career. In addition the track leaves sufficient freedom to select other courses for which MIT is also world famous.
The Finance Track is an integrated program of courses and activities designed to: (1) expose students to the institutions and practices of the financial world, (2) ground students in the principles of finance theory and in the application of theory to real problems, (3) provide students with an overview of professional opportunities in finance, and (4) allow specialization in topics of interest to students. Those who complete the Finance Track are awarded a Certificate in Finance.
Hands-on learning – a sample of the offerings available
http://blog.davidbbaker.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/12249800_10153820891439090_8007573611012789132_n.jpg When you think about an MBA program, usually the last thing you think of is professional collegiate sport. (Yes American’s I’m going...