Global on Campus

By welcoming the world to MIT’s doorstep, the Institute ensures that every program, initiative, project, or collaboration—on campus, or abroad—is infused with a distinctly global perspective.

MIT’s reputation for hands-on innovation and excellence across disciplines engages a dynamic talent pool from outside of the United States, including 10 percent of the Institute’s undergraduate students, over 40 percent of graduate students, and 65 percent of post-doctoral fellows. 42 percent of MIT's faculty was born outside of the United States. Each one of these individuals adds depth, dimension, and diversity to the MIT community—and that diversity strengthens the community as a whole.

Irish Association of MIT

This group is a society of students, scholars and affiliates of MIT who are of Irish heritage or are interested in Irish culture.

La Casa (Spanish House)

One of three cultural undergraduate residences, Spanish House provides an environment that stimulates learning about the language and the culture of Spanish speakers.

La Maison Française (French House)

One of three cultural undergraduate residences, French House offers students the chance to live in a community that celebrates the language and culture of France.

MIT Association of Japan

This association provides alumni, as well as researchers, professors, and program participants from a range of disciplines, opportunities to get to know each other and to maintain a connection to MIT in Japan.

MIT Club of Beijing

The MIT Club of Beijing is a volunteer organization committed to creating a strong local community for MIT alumni in Beijing as well as providing a link to MIT.