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.

Singapore Students Society

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology Singapore Students Society (MITSSS) is a MIT-registered student group that seeks to foster friendship and promote cultural exchange between Singaporeans and members of the MIT community. The MITSSS is active in the Greater Boston area, and organises annual events and meetups for the Singaporean community at large.

Humanitarian Response Lab

The mission of the MIT Humanitarian Response Lab is to help meet human needs by understanding and improving the supply chain systems behind public services and private markets. Based within the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics, the Lab combines MIT expertise in engineering, management, information technology, economics, urban planning and other disciplines to drive practical innovation for humanitarian interventions. 

Bangladeshi Students Association at MIT

Association of student activities

MIT Bangladeshi Students’ Association is a close-knit community of students at Massachusetts Institute of Technology who are enthusiastic about promoting and nurturing Bangladeshi culture on campus.

Better World Campaign

The MIT Campaign for a Better World is all about rising to meet humanity’s urgent global challenges through the vision and talent of the people of MIT.

Science Impact Collaborative

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology Science Impact Collaborative (MIT SIC) is a research team within the Department of Urban Studies and Planning that is developing and testing new ways to harmonize science, politics and public policy in the management of natural resources and the resolution of environmental disputes.

MIT Club of Belgium

Located in the heart of Europe, Belgium is home to over 180 MIT graduates. Our Club's mission is to promote the interests of the Institute and to bring together the Belgian MIT community. 

Bangladeshi Students Association

MIT Bangladeshi Students’ Association is a close-knit community of students at Massachusetts Institute of Technology who are enthusiastic about promoting and nurturing Bangladeshi culture on campus.

MIT Club of Korea

The MIT Club of Korea offers social programs in a setting that provides the opportunity to connect personally and professionally with other alumni.

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 Lebanon

Established in 1986, the MIT Club of Lebanon is the oldest in the Arab Countries. The club holds events for admitted students, hosts MIT officials, and organizes gatherings for alumni in Lebanon.

MIT Club of Israel

Established in 1955, the MIT Club of Israel strives to create a strong community of Israel-based individuals who are alumni of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

MIT Club of New Delhi

The MIT Club of Delhi brings together members in professional and social forums where common interests, experiences, and desire for learning can be shared, and supports MIT with its initiatives in India.

MIT Club of Hong Kong

The MIT Club of Hong Kong is one of the longest-operating MIT alumni/ae clubs outside of the US. The club aims to advance the interests of the Institute and serve the MIT community in Hong Kong.