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        Sloan Fellows | MIT, Stanford & LBS Programs Compared

        What is Sloan Fellows? How do Sloan Fellows programs at MIT, Stanford, and LBS compare? Is Sloan Fellows the same as an MBA? Find out everything you need to know about Sloan Fellows programs


        Students in the MIT Sloan Fellowship program © MIT Sloan Facebook 

        The original MIT Sloan Fellows MBA program is offered on-campus at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 

        Situated in MIT’s tech ecosystem, the program has a heavy emphasis on innovation and transformation. Around 14% of each cohort have a background in tech. 

        To be eligible for the program, applicants must have at least 10 years’ experience, but the average student has 14 years behind them.

        Stanford Graduate School of Business

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        Based in California, the Stanford MSx program offers a customizable curriculum, with three paths to choose from depending on your goals: career advancement, entrepreneurship, or career change.

        There’s a heavy emphasis on leadership coaching throughout the program, and opportunities to take part in study trips.

        The average student has 13 years’ work experience—the lowest average of the three Sloan Fellows programs. 

        Located in Stanford, tech-minded alumni from the program also have access to a strong Silicon Valley network.

        London Business School

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        Across the Atlantic, the third and final Sloan Fellows program is offered by LBS, at the Regent’s Park Campus in central London.

        Students have an average of 19 years’ experience, making for the most experienced cohort of the three. 

        At LBS, the curriculum focuses heavily on leadership and strategy, which makes it a great fit for senior executives with ample management experience to be built on and refined. 

        Sloan Fellows programs are a great option for experienced professionals considering business school, and they’re more comparable to an EMBA than an MBA in content, although unlike an EMBA, the one-year programs are all full-time experiences.

        Each program gives you access to an international network of highly successful alumni. You can hone the business acumen and leadership skills needed to make an impact in your industry.

        Whether MIT, LBS or Stanford is the best option for you will depend on your work experience, what you require in terms of curriculum content, your location, and your future career ambitions.

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