Build Connections Within and Beyond MIT Professional Education
MIT Professional Education programs are one of many MIT resources designed to link your company to campus. You may also wish to contact other MIT organizations:
Academic departments describe disciplines and degree requirements.
Center for Real Estate The MIT Center for Real Estate’s Professional Development Institute offers a range of short courses that provide innovative, timely, and practical knowledge for active real estate professionals worldwide.
Deshpande Center for Technological Innovation supports emerging technologies by connecting MIT innovators with venture capitalists and entrepreneurial companies.
Industrial Liaison Program, Office of Corporate Relations, develops Institute-wide collaborations involving research and recruiting for corporations making an in depth commitment.
Lectures, symposia, and events share intellectual resources with the public. Many are available on MIT World.
MITE2s/SEED encourage high school students through academic enrichment summer programs (Minority Introduction to Engineering, Entrepreneurship, and Science) and career exploration (Saturday Engineering Enrichment and Discovery)
OpenCourseWare is presenting academic materials for more than 2,000 courses to the public through a free, online Web site.
Recruitment opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students are available to companies and organizations.
Research labs and centers, more than a hundred of them, are leading initiatives involving faculty, students, industry, and government.
Sloan Executive Education offers open enrollment courses and custom courses in management.
Technology Licensing Office manages the patenting, licensing, trademarking, and copyrighting of intellectual property developed at MIT, Lincoln Laboratory, and the Whitehead Institute.
Undergraduate Practice Opportunities Program (UPOP) is an innovative internship program for MIT sophomores administered by the MIT School of Engineering.