What differentiates product management at MIT Sloan from other business schools?

  • Opportunity to take cutting-edge quantitative courses from world-renowned faculty and researchers on analytics, strategy, product design and development, and more

  • Access to the entire MIT ecosystem including the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), Media Lab, Martin Trust Center, and MIT Innovation Initiative

  • Strong MIT Sloan alumni presence in major technology hubs including the SF Bay Area, New York, Boston, and Seattle

What resources do you recommend if I am interested in product management?

There are many to choose from, but here are some of our current favorites:

Books

  • Cracking the PM Interview

  • Decode and Conquer

  • The Product Manager Interview

Podcasts

  • This is Product Management

  • Exponent

  • Masters of Scale

“Product Management” can mean different things at different companies. How does the club account for these differences and provide resources for students interested in entering both “technical” and “non-technical” roles?

Our club recognizes that there is no “one-size-fits-all” for PM. Because of that, we provide our members with as many resources as possible to account for the many differences across industries and companies. Through our event programming (including events in partnerships with other Sloan clubs), career guidance, and targeted resources, we try to make it as easy as possible for our members to develop their expertise in specific areas as needed, such as technical and design expertise.

I am an admitted student and would like to connect with the club. How can I do that?

If you are an admitted student and would like to connect with a member of our club leadership, please contact the Admissions Office.