Supply Chain Management Graduate Admissions

 

Supply Chain Masters Admissions Informational Webinar January 24 2019 - click to registerThe SCMr (Residential) program is optimized for early-career supply chain and operations professionals who wish to step out of the workforce for a short amount of time, receive intense training, and re-enter the workforce at a much higher level of responsibility and a higher salary. 

The MIT supply chain management acceptance process requires the following:

  • A minimum of two years of relevant work experience is required (5 years is preferred)
  • Applicants are expected to have college-level training in analytical thinking
  • Applicants should demonstrate training in college-level calculus, probability, and statistics

Deadlines

All applications and supporting materials must be submitted by following deadlines. The Admission's Committee will not evaluate incomplete applications.

  • Online application for 2019-2020 academic year begins September 15th, 2018
  • Round I Application Deadline: November 15th
  • Round I Decision Deadline: December 20th*
  • Round II Application Deadline: February 7
  • Round II Decision Deadline: Marth 14th*
  • Round III Application Deadline: March 28th
  • Round III Decision Deadline: April 18th**

* Students have one month to reply

**Students have two weeks to reply

Students are welcome to submit their applications along with the supplemental materials at any point before each round's deadline, however; applications will only be reviewed shortly after each deadline. Please also visit the ‘FAQ’ section of this website for even more information.

(NOTE: The Blended Program application is different from the Residential Program Application)

Application Requirements

The following information is critical to your understanding of our admissions process and to the preparation of your application. Below is a list of all the supplemental documents needed to complete your application.

  • GMAT or GRE - All applicants are required to take either the GRE General Test or the GMAT or earn a waiver (see requirements for waiver below) of these tests. GRE Institute code: 3514, Department code: 4313. GMAT code:X5X-DS-95

  • Waiver of GMAT or GRE Test – Candidates can skip the GRE or GMAT test if they take the first three courses for the MIT Micro Masters Credential in Supply Chain Management and show proficiency (score highly).  This includes SC0x, SC1x, and SC2x in the EdX on-line program as a verified student. You can send your MITx MicroMasters in SCM program record to our admissions office from your edX dashboard following these instructions. https://support.edx.org/hc/en-us/articles/360004623154

  • IELTS or TOEFL -  Applicants from non-English-speaking nations must also offer evidence of written and oral proficiency in the English language by taking the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). TOEFL Institute code: 3514.  IELTS electronic delivery select: "MIT Graduate Admissions".

    To request a waiver (directly in the online application), you must have received an undergraduate degree or advanced degree from an English-speaking college or university.

  • Resume or CV - note that a minimum of two years full-time work experience at the time of applying is needed. 
  • Transcripts - the undergraduate curriculum should demonstrate strong performance and quantitative training
  • Statement of Objectives - tell us why you want to study supply chain management
  • 2 Letters of Recommendation 
  • Video Statement 

Additional Requirements

Masters in Supply Chain Management Program (SCMr) Summer Prep/Review Course (online)

  • All admitted students prior to beginning the SCMr program in August must complete an online prep/review course
  • The course is set to run from 5/28/19 – 8/6/19
  • More details will be provided to successfully admitted applicants

Ready to apply? Please review the detailed instructions.

Start the MIT graduate school admissions application for the SCMr Program

(NOTE: The Blended Program application is different from the Residential Program Application)