Education. At MIT, we revel in a culture of learning by doing. In 30 departments across five schools and one college, our students combine analytical rigor with curiosity, playful imagination, and an appetite for solving the hardest problems in service to society.
From art and architecture to history and culture, there is plenty to see and do, both on campus and in the greater Boston area. Explore the MIT Events Calendar to see what's happening on campus. Many events are open to the public. Visitors are welcome in many campus buildings and our outdoor spaces. See the visitors policy for details. On the ...
Undergraduate Admissions & Aid. All prospective undergraduate students apply through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, regardless of their intended program of study. On the undergraduate admissions site, you can learn more about our application process and read student blogs about life at MIT.
Aeronautics and Astronautics 16. Biological Engineering 20. Chemical Engineering 10. Civil and Environmental Engineering 1. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 6. Materials Science and Engineering 3. Mechanical Engineering 2. Medical Engineering and Science IMES. Nuclear Science and Engineering 22.
Applying to MIT. We oversee the application process for students applying for first-year and transfer undergraduate admissions. We try to explain our process, help you understand what we’re looking for, and think about how to prepare for MIT.
Research. At MIT, pushing the boundaries of knowledge and possibility is our joyful obsession, and we celebrate fundamental discoveries and practical applications alike. As educators, we also value research as a potent form of learning by doing.
MIT is a community eager to solve hard problems in service to the nation and the world. Thanks to our students, faculty, postdocs, staff, and nearly 145,000 alumni around the globe, the Institute hums with bold ideas and inspired solutions. We invite you to join us in our work.