Enrollments 2019–2020

Enrollment, Fall 2019*
  Undergraduates Graduates Total
Number % Number % Number %
* MIT students come from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, three territories, and 118 foreign countries.
All students 4,530 39% 6,990 61% 11,520 100%
Women 2,123 47% 2,529 36% 4,652 40%
US minority groups 2,331 51% 1,337 19% 3,668 32%
Undergraduate Enrollment, 2019–2020
First-year* 1,107  
Undeclared second-year* 10  
Special undergraduate students 14 
School Majors 2nd Majors
Architecture and Planning 58 7
Engineering 2,451 76
Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences 74 71
Management 110 18
Science 706 118
* MIT students do not enroll in an academic department until the start of their sophomore year, and may defer decision on a course of study until the end of that year.
Graduate Enrollment, 2019–2020
School Master's Doctoral Special
* Includes 174 students working on Harvard degrees only through the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology Program.
Architecture and Planning 439 206 0
Engineering 1,006 2,134* 136
Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences 27 291 0
Management 1,402 169 9
Science 10 1,161 0
Total 2,884 3,961 145
Minority Group Representation among Students, 2019–2020
Minority group Undergraduate Graduate
African American 280 144
American Indian or Alaska Native 9 9
Asian American 1,340 801
Hispanic 699 383
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander 3 0
Total 2,331 1,337

International Students

There are 3,331 international students enrolled in degree programs at MIT—458 undergraduates (10%) and 2,873 graduate students (41%)—for the current academic year. Additionally, there are 644 exchange, visiting, cross-registered, and special international students on campus.

International Students, by Region, 2019–2020*
* Percentages are rounded.
Region%
Asia 53%
Europe 23%
Latin America and the Caribbean 8%
North America 6%
Middle East 6%
Africa 3%
Oceania 1%

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