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.
Fellowships and Financial Aid
The MIT Executive MBA is committed to assembling a class of exceptional leaders. Once you are admitted, we will work with you to understand your options, including loans, sponsorship, and fellowships. Every year we award a number of fellowships to accepted students who have demonstrated extraordinary potential in areas including, but not limited to, women’s leadership, minority leadership, government, and not-for-profit organizations.
• Forté Fellowship
• Pechacek Fellowship
• Sloan Leadership Fellowship
All admitted students are considered for Sloan Leadership Fellowships in August.
The following websites provide sources of outside funding for US students and permanent residents:
“This program is an essential mid-career recalibration. I’m here to broaden and deepen my skill sets, to dig deeper, to look at things more analytically, and to extend my network beyond my industry."
Ed Walsh ’13
VP of Strategy and Growth Initiatives