Your Chances: MIT Sloan Acceptance Rate & Other Factors

Special Note for Round 1, 2022 Applicants Invited for an MBA Interview

Wondering about your chances now that you’ve been invited to an interview?

Unfortunately, there’s no way to answer to this question with certainty, as business schools do not publish figures on interview invites.

It is safe to guess that MBA programs interview approximately double the number of people they intend to admit. In crude terms, this means that your chances of acceptance are good—around 50%.

But remember that there are other factors at play which are not reflected in this generalized statement:

  • The post-interview decision will still depend on the strength of your application: outstanding applicants will have a better chance both pre- and post-interview.
  • Less competitive applicants—with lower GMAT scores, sub-optimal employers, and a less prestigious undergraduate degree—will be under more pressure to impress than a highly competitive applicant.
  • Anyone can have a surprising interview—for better or for worse.

Regardless of your initial application, your next step should be to prepare as effectively as possible for your MBA interview—with someone who has interview experience and an understanding of the program you’re applying to.

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If you’re wondering how difficult it is to get into MIT Sloan School of Management, then you’ve come to the right place. On this page, we’ll give you a quick overview of what it takes to get into MIT, and help you understand whether your profile is a good fit for MIT Sloan’s MBA program.

Read on to see important key admission factors to help you determine your odds of getting accepted at MIT Sloan.

Fast Facts: MIT Sloan MBA

Acceptance RateDoes not disclose
GMAT Median730
GPA Median4
Avg. Years Work Experience5.0 years

Note: As many MBA programs elected not to release acceptance rates for the class of 2024, some of our reported acceptance rates are based on estimates.

MIT Sloan School of Management


Undergraduate Majors in MIT Sloan MBA Program

The undergraduate majors represented in MIT’s MBA program are STEM (46%), Economics / Business (40%), and the Humanities / Social Sciences / Law (13%).

Top Undergraduate Universities

The undergraduate universities most represented in MIT’s MBA class profile are: 

  • Harvard University
  • Cornell University
  • Dartmouth College
  • The University of Pennsylvania
  • University of California, Berkeley
  • Duke University
  • Tufts University
  • Princeton University
  • Brown University
  • Yale University

If your undergraduate college is listed above, that means that MIT Sloan has accepted many applicants with your education background in the past. It also shows that candidates who have gone to these schools have considered applying to Sloan, and it is one indication that the business school has found students who have completed their undergraduate education at these universities to be successful.

MIT Sloan’s Top Pre-MBA Industries

MIT’s top pre-MBA industries are consulting (23%), financial services (23%), and technology (14%). 

Looking at the pre-MBA industries shows you whether your profile is well-represented at MIT Sloan. Don’t worry if you don’t see your industry on the list—there might not be many students enrolled from your industry simply because many candidates didn’t apply to the program in the first place. The same goes for the pre-MBA employers data we’ve provided below.

Top Pre-MBA Employers

The pre-MBA companies that are most represented in MIT Sloan’s MBA class are: 

What does MIT Sloan value?

MIT Sloan values impact-driven leadership. They strive to cultivate leaders who are motivated to innovatively tackle social problems. For instance, as an MBA student, you can obtain a Sustainability Certificate, where you will develop a fundamental understanding of sustainability. MIT Sloan also hosts the Breaking the Mold hackathon, where the Sloan community hacks for solutions in diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Interested in finding out more about MIT Sloan? Visit our MIT Sloan School of Management school profile page.