Students enter MIT LGO with engineering backgrounds, significant work experience and demonstrated leadership potential. They leave with a skill set highly sought after by top operations-based companies around the world, as well as access to an extensive network of alumni with roles ranging from senior vice president at Amazon to vice president and general manager at Boeing.
The result? Ninety-six percent of the 2013 LGO class was hired even before they graduated from MIT, with an average starting salary of $121,000.
LGO partner companies are frequent employers of LGO graduates because of the investment they make in the program and the fellowships they provide for students. LGO partners have an exclusive recruiting week at LGO. They are eager to hire graduates into leadership positions throughout their companies. All students are asked to make a good-faith effort to consider opportunities with partner companies.
LGO alumni talk about their careers since leaving MIT and how LGO has helped them.
Alumni Career Profiles
LGO alumni are a tight-knit bunch and stay involved with each other professionally and personally.
One of the best ways to find out if LGO is right for you is to experience the program in person.
Prospective students apply to LGO through either the MIT School of Engineering or the MIT Sloan School of Management.