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Practice School


With roots going back to 1916, the "Practice School" — as the David H. Koch School of Chemical Engineering Practice is commonly known — is a key element of the Ph.D.CEP and M.S.CEP degree programs. In Practice School, small groups of students spend two months at each of two host company sites. Under the supervision of a resident MIT "station director," teams work on intensive projects of real strategic value to the host companies.
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      Practice School Locations


Since 2009, stations have operated in Europe, Asia, South America, and all over the US. These locations, which include Switzerland, Italy, India, Singapore, Brazil, California and Colorado (just to name a few), cross several industrial sectors: pharmaceutical, food, energy, chemicals and materials, and financial.