Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Highest Degree Offered: Doctoral

College Type: Private

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Academic Calendar: Four-one-four

State: Massachusetts

Description

The mission of MIT is to advance knowledge and educate students in science, technology, and other areas of scholarship that will best serve the nation and the world in the 21st century. Today MIT is a world-class educational institution. Teaching and research¢¥†¥”with relevance to the practical world as a guiding principle¢¥†¥”continue to be its primary purpose. MIT is independent, coeducational, and privately endowed. Its five schools and one college encompass numerous academic departments, divisions, and degree-granting programs, as well as interdisciplinary centers, laboratories, and programs whose work cuts across traditional departmental boundaries.

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Student/Faculty Numbers

Total Students: 10299
Total Grad Students: Not available
Undergraduate Students: Not available
Faculty: 4924

Total Student/Faculty Ratio: 2:1
Undergraduate Student/Faculty Ratio: Not available:1

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Contact Information

Address:
77 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge Massachusetts 2139

Website: http://web.mit.edu

Main Email:

Main Phone: 617-253-1000

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Admissions Contact:
617-253-3400

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Applying to Transfer

Transfer Agreements:

Common App Used?

High School Transcript Required?

Minimum GPA for Applying:
There is no minimum required GPA. However, competitive applicants have a GPA of 3.5 or above, and mostly "A"s in mathematics and science courses.

Minimum Grades for Transfer:
The lowest grade earned for any course that may be transferred for credit is B.

Credits (Min/Max):
You must have min of 2 semesters of college, but no more than 5. Transfer credit is assessed by each academic department on a course by course basis. Transfer students are required to complete at least 3 semesters at MIT to earn a bachelors degree.

Test Scores for Applying:
You must take the new SAT I with the writing component and two SAT II subject tests, one in math (Level 1 2) and one in science (Physics, Chemistry, or Biology E/M). If you already took the Writing SAT II subject test, you may substitute that test.

Letters of Recommendation Required:
The submission of three evaluation forms from college instructors is required with your application.

Essay(s) required:
There are two required essays on the application.

Application Fee:
There is a $75 nonrefundable application fee. If you think you may qualify for a fee waiver, please contact our office.

Other Requirements:
We recommend that you take a variety of math and science courses before applying, including one year each of college-level calculus and calculus-based physics, and one semester each of biology and chemistry.

Fall Deadline:
15-Mar

Spring Deadline:
15-Nov

Summer Deadline:

Apply Here:
http://mitadmissions.org/apply/transfer/before

Standardized Testing

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Transfer Statistics

Transfers Applied: 459

Transfers Accepted: 18

Transfer Percentage Accepted: 4%

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Admissions Data From: Fall 2010

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General Financial Aid Information:
Transfers are given the same financial aid consideration as all undergrad students. Information on financial aid for transfer students is included with the transfer admissions application.

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