MIT Sloan MBA Class of 2018 (Entering Fall 2016) Admissions Essays Tips: The Questions behind the Questions

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MIT Sloan MBA application for the Class of 2019

Application Instructions for Fall 2017 Entry


Cover Letter

Please submit a cover letter seeking a place in the MIT Sloan MBA Program. Your letter should conform to a standard business correspondence and be addressed to Mr. Rod Garcia, Senior Director of Admissions. (body of the letter should be 250 words or fewer)


Additional Information 

The Admissions Committee invites you to share additional information about yourself in any format. If you choose a multimedia format, please host the information on a website and provide us with the URL.

Suggested guidelines:

  • Please keep all videos and media limited to 2:00 minutes, or LESS, in total length.
  • Please keep all written essays to 500 words or less.
  • If hosting your submission on a website, please ensure you provide an unprotected link (no password required).


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