Open house@MIT Sloan School of Management

Dear members,

Great news for those of you who are interested in pursuing a master degree in Finance or just want to know more about Sloan School of Management in general – BU Trading Club is invited to MIT Sloan Master of Finance Open House next Wednesday, December 4th. If you wish to know more information about this event, feel free to contact me or other e-board members.

Register here!



Please join us for an MIT Sloan Master of Finance Open House!  




Date:  Wednesday, December 4th

Time: 6:00 – 8:00pm


MIT Sloan School of Management

100 Main St.
Building E62, 2nd Floor, Room 223
Cambridge, MA 02142  



Come meet and mingle with current students, alumni and representatives from the admissions and program office teams.  Learn the details of what makes MIT Sloan unique, the ins-and-outs of the MIT Sloan MFin application process, get application tips and have the opportunity to ask questions. Food and beverages will be served.



Rigorous and flexible.

The MFin program is a rigorous, one-year, flexible curriculum that combines in-depth study of quantitative techniques with practical, hands-on business problem solving.


Powerful finance legacy.

With a world-class faculty who are pioneers in the finance industry, you will use advanced mathematical models and quantitative methods to create innovative solutions to complex finance problems.


Get ahead.  

With access to the most vibrant companies on the planet, a recently established Center for Finance and Policy, and abundant career resources to help students develop professionally, you will be exceptionally prepared to innovate around complex market challenges.  


Learn more.

Attend our Open House on December 4th!  Visit our website.


Apply now!

The application deadline for Summer 2014 matriculation is January 2, 2014.




The MIT Sloan Admissions Team


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