Financing your MIT EMBA education.
Your acceptance to MIT Sloan is based on a needs-blind admission process. This means that when you are accepted, MIT Student Financial Services (SFS) will work with you to determine your needs and help you with a financial aid package. Pre-application information about loans and financial aid may be found on the SFS website, including Graduate and Professional Student Loans and Private Education Loans. Note that the MIT Executive MBA program does not qualify for Federal Direct Stafford Subsidized Loans and Federal Perkins Loans. In the MIT EMBA Class of 2014, approximately 60% of students are receiving partial or full loan/financial aid funding.
Sloan Leadership Fellowship
The MIT Executive MBA program is committed to assembling a class of diverse leaders with extraordinary potential. Every year we award a number of Sloan Leadership Fellowships to accepted students who have demonstrated extraordinary potential in areas that add diversity to the Executive MBA program, including (but not limited to) not-for-profit organizations, government, and women's leadership. All admitted students are considered for Sloan Leadership Fellowships.
The following websites provide sources of outside funding for US students and permanent residents:
"We live in a world of interaction and complexity. To create a
high-performing organization, we have to move the focus beyond just
optimizing the pieces. That's why we've made systems thinking and
organizational design key components of the MIT EMBA curriculum."
Jay W. Forrester Professor of Management
Director of the MIT System Dynamics Group
MIT Sloan School of Management