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5.0 of 5 stars
The freedom to select courses. When you are admitted to MIT, you will have the freedom to choose whenever you want to study. There is totally no limited for choosing courses. And also, the number of the courses you choose have no related with the tuition fee. One of my friends majored in Master of Finance, chose many courses from the department of computer science and math, then he got an offer from Citadel and being an analyst in the hedge fund.
Well, the cafeteria in Sloan is really not good. Actually, there is little delicious food around MIT.
I think MIT Sloan School of Management is really a good choice. You can meet many talented people in Boston, which will be very useful for your career.
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Lecturers, lectures, activities, sports. Even if it is a technical university the career service has been really useful
Maybe the only thing that I did not like was that always was perfect!
study and keep up with the big amount of initiatives
4.0 of 5 stars
unparalleled level of education and inspiration to the brightest young minds
faculty and student not always aware of growing pressures and cannot properly support those in need
not an easy school, but you can work smart and make the most out of it without overburdening yourself
open-minded atmosphereinnovationopportunities to make friends and work with many geniuses the brand is powerful
teaching quality. some professors are good, but some are not. MIT lacks a system to force faculty to improve teaching quality. the subject evaluation system is powerless in achieving this.
Sloanies sometimes also get rejected by McKensey. Many students came to Sloan because of McKensey but the truth is it's not guaranteed you would get offers.
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