The debut of a new video statement (required of all applicants), the implementation of the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) Common Letter of Recommendation form, and an increased word count and expanded instructions […] If you’ve got the MIT Sloan School of Management in your sights for the coming application season, you’re very likely busy putting the finishing touches on your Round 1 application—due Thursday.
What better time to get a glimpse into the woman who heads MBA admissions for the school?
Interview felt structured but conversational, with a lot of smiling and laughing and positive reinforcement. Describing herself as a “true, blue Bostonian,” Levenson holds both undergraduate and graduate degrees from MIT.
Sloan was my favorite interview because the questions are […] The following MIT Sloan interview questions and report were submitted to Clear Admit by a Round 2 applicant. (Her […] The 2017-18 MBA application to MIT Sloan School of Management went live last week, featuring a range of changes from last year’s.
The Sloan School of Management is the business school of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, located in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Sloan offers a two-year MBA program and a shorter Executive MBA program; students can also earn an MBA through the MIT Sloan Fellows Program in Innovation and Global Leadership.
The questions/discussion […] The following MIT Sloan MBA interview questions and report were submitted to Clear Admit by a Round 1 applicant. The adcom and I interview in the hotel lobby in HK. Why Sloan […] The following MIT Sloan MBA interview questions and report were submitted to Clear Admit by a Round 2 applicant. The interview happened in one of the admin’s office.
She knew everything about my history, background, and resume. After checking yourself in I was told to wait a little bit until the interviewer called me.
These include the MIT Leadership Center, the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research and the Laboratory for Financial Engineering, among others.
Each Sloan class comprises roughly 400 students and is divided into cohorts of about 70 students each before the start of the program.