All students need to demonstrate minimum competence in fields they will continue to study. We recommend that all international students study:
- English: 4 years, with significant emphasis on writing and literature.
- Mathematics: 4 years, with significant emphasis on fundamental mathematical skills (algebra; trigonometry; plane, solid and analytic geometry).
- History/Social Studies: 3 or more years. Such courses should include the writing of essays.
- Science: 3 or more years of laboratory science (including biology, chemistry and physics).
- Foreign Language: 3 or more years of the same foreign language.
- Taken 3 full A-Level Courses
- Submit predicted IB marks (including TOK/essay bonus points)
Students in AP courses are not required to submit AP scores as part of the admission process.
Standardized Test Result
- ACT or SAT (Writing/Essay not required)
- MIT will review applications from all students using either self-reported or official scores.
- SAT Subject Tests are optional.
Two letters of recommendation
Essays & Past Activities
The applicant should answer several short questions (limit 50 words each), and to write a short essay on three topics.
The Faculty of Engineering will make the final decision on the admission using the total score of 100% with the consideration of the following categories:
- Portfolio and Statement of Purpose: 40%
- Academic record: 20%
- English proficiency test score: 20%
- Interview score: 20%