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MIT educates innovators and leaders who influence the world; a complete MIT education includes hands-on international experiences that help to prepare MIT students for informed participation as global citizens and leaders. We at MIT feel that it is imperative that every MIT undergraduate understand the global context in which their future lives and careers will unfold. Students must also be comfortable working and living in settings in which they must adapt to differing values, traditions, assumptions, attitudes, and norms that will arise from cross-cultural contact within a new global economy. More info
The MIT Alumni Association connects U.S. and international alumni in every field and almost every country. More than 13 percent live abroad. Each year, Tech Reunions draws alumni from most states and more than 20 countries. Learn more about the Alumni Association’s globally available programs and services, both face to face and virtual, at MIT’s alumni Web site. More info
The MIT International Scholars Office (ISchO) assists MIT faculty and staff in bringing international scholars to campus for a variety of purposes. The ISchO advises on immigration matters, issues visa documents, and provides information and guidance on a wide range of issues such as employment of spouses, health insurance, taxes, language courses, and general information about MIT and the Cambridge/Boston area. Weekly orientation sessions for scholars and their families are held throughout the year. Visit the International Scholars Website
The International Students Office (ISO) at MIT serves all incoming and currently enrolled international students at the Institute. The ISO assists students in maintaining their legal status in the United States, provides support for their dependents, and promotes interaction with and integration into the MIT community at large.
Visit the International Students Website
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