Sloan School of Management (MIT)
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
The Sloan School of Management was founded in 1914, and it is the business school for MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The school provides students with the opportunity to earn degrees ranging from undergraduate to doctoral level degrees, and it is widely known as one of the leading private business schools in the United States. Its MBA program is among the largest as well as the most selective, and there are currently less than 1,000 students enrolled in the post-graduate programs in the school. MBA, executive MBA and other related courses are rigorous and demanding, and they focus on topics such as information technology, economics, statistics, supply chain management, accounting, industrial relations and other related areas. The MBA courses are typically taken in the new state-of-the-art business school building located on the MIT campus, and this modern building opened in 2010.
According to the Financial Times, MIT Sloan School of Management is ranked among the top ten in 2016 and 2018 (Global MBA Ranking).
Notable alumni include Daniel Carp, chairman, Delta Air Lines, John Hennessy, CEO, Credit Suisse First Boston, Philip Condit, former CEO, Boeing, and Carly Fiorina, former CEO, Hewlett-Packard.
You can find this business school here: www.mitsloan.mit.edu.