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  • Advanced Study Program | MIT Professional Education
    offers an opportunity for exceptional graduate students and working professionals to enroll in MIT classes as a non degree student for a semester year or longer This self directed program allows ASP Fellows to learn from the Institute s renowned faculty and cutting edge research Unlike degree programs there are no required classes Students come to the Advanced Study Program to pursue academic and professional goals that they have set

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/professional/advanced-study/ (2016-02-01)
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  • Custom Programs - MIT Professional Education
    weeks over a year with interrelated projects These specialized courses can be delivered at MIT the company site or off site Custom courses apply research insights to your organization s real world challenges while developing productive new networks among employees Courses at MIT can include faculty lectures from several departments as well as lab tours and other local activities designed around a company s strategic goals Hotel accommodation and conference

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/professional/custom-programs/ (2016-02-01)
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  • International Programs - MIT Professional Education
    works with your leadership to help define needs and then coordinate with MIT faculty to design a targeted needs based learning experience These specialized courses can be 2 5 days and held at your company site or at an off site location in your region Our International Programs apply research insights to your organization s and country s real world challenges while developing productive new networks among employees Courses can

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/professional/international-programs/ (2016-02-01)
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  • Industry Guide-Industry Collaboration
    other leading research institutions Solving Real World Problems Currently over 750 companies are working with faculty and students on projects of mutual interest Among these corporate sponsors are such global leaders as BAE BP Boeing Du Pont eni Ford Motor Google Intel Lockheed Martin Novartis Quanta Computer Raytheon Samsung Sanofi Shell Siemens TOTAL etc MIT has vibrant patenting licensing activity with 743 new invention disclosures in FY14 and 79 million in total licensing revenue According to a 2011 Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneurship Study 33 000 companies have been founded by MIT alums creating 3 3 million jobs and 2 trillion in annual world sales 1 in Corporate Research Expenditures According to the National Science Foundation MIT ranks first in industry financed R D expenditures among all universities and colleges without a medical school Industry sponsored research totaled 128 million in FY14 includes government pass throughs or 19 of all MIT research funding In FY14 788 companies provided R D gift support to MIT 36 companies funded 1million 193 companies funded 100 thousand 1 million MIT welcomes all industry partners who seek practicable and pragmatic solutions and who share and celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit that brings new ideas to life Together MIT

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/industry/industry-collaboration.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Industry Guide-OCR
    from specific research projects and initiatives to executive education technology licensing and recruitment OCR the organizational parent of the Industrial Liaison Program at MIT can be instrumental in providing connections to MIT faculty departments labs and centers It serves companies across the globe and is organized both geographically and by industry In addition to corporate partners OCR also helps regional governmental organizations who look to the unique entrepreneurial MIT Cambridge

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/industry/ocr.html (2016-02-01)
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  • entrepreneurship
    out of the center into commercial ventures having collectively raised over 140 M in outside financing Thirteen venture capital firms have invested in these ventures MIT Entrepreneurship Center The MIT Entrepreneurship Center team provides content context and contacts that enable entrepreneurs to design and launch successful new ventures based on innovative technologies The Center helps MIT students alumni and colleagues access an array of educational programs networking opportunities technologies and resources both at MIT and around the world Members of the MIT E Center community form a global network to actively advise and assist each other for mutual benefit enabling them to set and meet their highest expectations MIT Enterprise Forum The MIT Enterprise Forum builds connections to technology entrepreneurs and to the communities in which they reside The Enterprise Forum produces a series of educational programs about entrepreneurship through a network of 24 worldwide chapters The MIT Enterprise Forum is a community of volunteers sharing resources knowledge and a passion for entrepreneurship and wealth creation The MIT Enterprise Forum collaborates with over 200 corporate and education organizations that connect technology entrepreneurs with resources which makes the commercialization of technology faster and easier The Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship The Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship was founded on the belief that economic progress and good governance in low income countries emerge from entrepreneurship and innovations that empower ordinary citizens The Center administers programs and convenes events that promote and shape discourse on bottom up development The Center runs a highly competitive fellowship program for MIT graduate students who intend to launch enterprises in low income countries In addition the Center convenes an annual conference hosts lectures and supports teams of enterprising men and women at MIT who are passionate about starting viable businesses in the developing world The

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/industry/entrepreneurship.html (2016-02-01)
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  • ilp
    connections for MIT Where Industry Meets Innovation Over 200 of the world s leading companies partner with the Industrial Liaison Program to advance research agendas at MIT FY14 ILP member companies account for approximately 53 of all corporate gifts and single sponsored research expenditures at MIT With continued acceleration of advances in technology and knowledge discovery and a more demanding corporate funding environment the ILP is committed to creating productive

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/industry/ilp.html (2016-02-01)
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  • licensing
    process which is consistent with academic principles demonstrates a concern for the welfare of students and faculty and conforms to the highest ethical standards This process benefits the public by creating new products and promoting economic development It helps MIT show tangible benefits of taxpayers support for fundamental research attract faculty and students encourage industrial support of research create discretionary income produce new job opportunities for graduates contribute to economic

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/industry/licensing.html (2016-02-01)
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