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Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Cambridge, Massachusetts

About MIT

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is one of the most highly regarded private universities in the United States. The coeducational, independent institution maintains a strong focus on scientific and technological research. Located in Cambridge, not far from its highly prestigious neighbour Harvard University, MIT students enjoy a beautiful yet vibrant campus located along the edge of the Charles River Basin.

A Brief History
A brief history

At its founding in 1861, MIT was initially a small community of problem-solvers and science lovers eager to bring their knowledge to bear on the world.

General info
General information

MIT is organised into five schools (architecture; engineering; humanities, arts, social sciences; management; science). Researchers are at the forefront of discoveries including AI, climate and HIV.

6.7%

Acceptance Rate

1520 - 1580

Average SAT Score

34 - 36

Average ACT Score

3.7 - 4.0

GPA Aim (top of class)
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Quick facts about MIT

  • Undergrad degree: 4 year liberal arts
  • Public or Private: Private
  • Setting: Urban
  • Residential Status: Primarily on campus
  • Number of Undergraduates: 4,530 (approx)
  • Number of Freshman: 1,107 (approx)
  • Acceptance Rate: 6.7%
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MIT By The Numbers

What is MIT's QS World University Ranking?

#1

What is MIT's US News Ranking?

#3

How many undergraduate fields of study does MIT have?

56

What is MIT's Student-Faculty Ratio?

3:1

What percentage of MIT students are international students?

29.8%

What percentage of MIT students live on campus?

92%

What is the median starting salary of MIT graduates?

$69,000 USD

How many varsity sports teams are there at MIT?

33

How hard is it to get into MIT?

Very! MIT’s acceptance rate is below 7%.

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