The MIT-SUTD Dual Masters’ Programme is offered in collaboration by the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US. This programme supports outstanding individuals to maximise their potential in the fields of technology and design.
Requirements for MIT-SUTD Dual Master’s Programme
Applicants should possess the following:
At least a Bachelor’s degree in engineering or science (or an equivalent degree)
- An appropriate GRE/GMAT score.Proficiency in English (IELTS is required if English is not your medium of instruction in your undergraduate studies)
- A Statement of Interest.
State your experience, research interest and passion for the topic of study. Students are encouraged to describe how they can use the coursework learning at MIT and apply the knowledge in their research at SUTD (3,000 words).
In addition to academic achievement, the holistic selection process will also assess candidates’ maturity, ambition and drive, work experience, English language skill, managerial progress, leadership potential, personal objectives and academic aptitude.
Applications for the 2016 intake will begin in October 2015. Applicants must submit separate applications to MIT and SUTD.
Each university conducts its own admission process and separate letters of offer from the respective universities will be mailed to successful candidates. Applicants must be accepted by both MIT and SUTD to be offered admission into the MIT-SUTD Dual Masters’ Programme.
Please check the websites of the individual MIT programs below for their specific admissions requirements:
Civil and Environmental Engineering in the Master of Engineering Program
- Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Program
- Supply Chain Management Program
- System Design and Management Program
- Integrated Design & Management Program
Work Experience for MIT-SUTD Dual Master’s Programme
No work experience is required.