Facilities and Accommodations for Open Enrollment Courses
MIT Sloan executive programs usually take place on or near the MIT campus. With the exception of the Advanced Management Program which offers a residential option, program fees do not include accommodations. Participants are responsible for securing their own accommodation at nearby hotels. For many programs, we partner with several local hotels to offer participants competitive rates and convenient accommodations. In these cases, details will be communicated to participants upon registration. Please refer to this list of hotels near MIT.
MIT Sloan is located on the banks of the Charles River in Cambridge, MA. Two of our main buildings are part of corporate legend. MIT Sloan's original hub housed the U.S. headquarters of Unilever Corporation before Alfred P. Sloan purchased it for MIT in 1950. Next door, National Research Corporation made beverage history during World War II. The company's attempts to freeze-dry blood using low-temperature physics yielded an unexpected result: freeze-dried orange juice and the now-famous brand, Minute Maid.
Each building on the MIT Sloan campus is consistently upgraded to respect its origins while providing the resources the community needs to continue shaping corporate history. The new MIT Sloan management center, which opened its doors in 2010, is not only an instant architectural landmark, but also a feat of modern engineering. The high-performance building features sustainable elements such as intelligent handling of daylight, photovoltaic panels, and "green" roofs designed to reduce peak rainwater runoff to the storm drain system. The 209,000 square-foot structure will include multiple conference rooms, study areas, atriums, social spaces, outdoor spaces, and dedicated executive education facilities. The interior space design, based on research by MIT Sloan Professor Thomas Allen, accommodates and encourages open communication among faculty, students, and visitors.
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