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Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Place / State :Massachusetts
Address :Director of Admissions, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA-02139-4307
Contact : E-Mail - 1
Website :http://www.mit.edu 
Degree Awarded :,Bachelor's, Master's,Doctoral,
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Aerospace Engineering, Aerospace Sciences, American Studies, Anthropology, Applied Mathematics, Archaeology, Architectural Engineering, Architecture, Art/Fine Arts, Astronomy, Astrophysics, Atmospheric Sciences, Bacteriology, Biochemistry, Bioengineering, Biology/Biological Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Biophysics, Business Administration/ Commerce/ Management, Bussiness Economics, Cell Biology, Cermaic Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, City/Community/Regional planning, Civil Engineering, Cognitive Science, Communication, Computer Engineering, Computer Information System, Computer Programming, Computer Science, Construction Engineering, Construction Management, Creative Wrting, (Pre)Dentistry Sequence, Earth Science, Economics, Electrical Engineering, Electronoics Engineering, Engineering (General), Engineering and Applied Sciences, Engineering Design, Engineering Management, Engineering Physics, Environmental Design, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Health Science, Environmental Sciences, Fluid and Thermal Sciences, French, Genetics, Geochemistry, Geological Engineering, Geology, Geophysical Engineering, Geophysics, German, Health Science, History, History of Science, Humanities, Information Science, Interdisciplinary Studies, International Studies, Latin American Studies, (Pre)Law Sequence, Liberal Arts/General Studies, Linguistics, Literature, Management Engineering, Management Information System, Manufacturing Engineering, Manufacturing Technology, Marine Biology, Marine Engineering, Materials Engineering, Materials Sciences, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, (Pre)Medicine Sequence, Medieval Studies, Metallurgical Engineering, Metallurgical Technology, Metallurgy, Meteorology, Microbiology, Mining and Mineral Engineering, Molecular Biology, Music, Naval Architecture, Naval Sciences, Neurosciences, Nuclear Engineering, Nuclear Physics, Ocean Engineering, Pharmacy/Pharmaceutical Sciences, Philosophy, Photography, Physical Sciences, Physics, Physiology, Planetary and Space Sciences, Plastics Engineering, Political Science/Government, Polymer Science, Psychology, Robotics, Russian, Russian and Slavic Studies, Spanish, Statistics, Systems Science, Technology and Public Affairs, Theater Arts/Drama, Transportation Engineering, Urban Studies, (Pre)Veterinary Medicine Sequence, Womens Studies,

Institution Details :Founded in 1861, 154 acre urban campus with easy access to Boston
Student body:Coeducational
Institutional control : Independent


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