Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- QS World University Ranking (2017–18) 1
- THE World University Ranking (2017–18) 5
- Native English speakers must take either the SAT Reasoning Test or the ACT Plus Writing; and two SAT Subject Tests: one in maths (level 1 or 2), and one in science (physics, chemistry, or biology).
- Students from countries where the SAT and ACT are not offered (such as Iran and the People's Republic of China) will be considered without a full set of required test scores on a case-by-case basis.
- Non-native English speakers will need to take the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign language) and the SAT
- Each year MIT receives more than 4,000 applications from International students and fewer than 150 are admitted.
- MIT offers need-blind admissions, i.e. MIT considers all applications equally and, if accepted, MIT will supply sufficient financial aid for sudents who need it and meet the criteria.
- Male 54%:46% Female.
- 9% of undergraduates are International.
- 40% of graduate students are International.
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) was established in 1861 by William Barton Rogers as a response to the increasing industrialisation of the US.
- MIT's early focus was on applied technology at the undergraduate and graduate level, which led to co-operation with industry.
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