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MIT MFin Does anyone in US receive the MIT Round 2 Interview Invite?

Andy Nguyen

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Andy Nguyen have u heard anything back yet. They still sending out invitations? I m kinda tired of this now....
They told me they are interviewing applicants in Shanghai now. The class size for this year would be around 120-125 (last year it was 124). Decisions for round 2 would be released on March 14.

I'll see if they can tell me if all the invites are already sent out or still some coming up.
 

Yifan Wang

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They told me they are interviewing applicants in Shanghai now. The class size for this year would be around 120-125 (last year it was 124). Decisions for round 2 would be released on March 14.

I'll see if they can tell me if all the invites are already sent out or still some coming up.
Thx. Pls keep me posted.
 

French

Active Member
They told me they are interviewing applicants in Shanghai now. The class size for this year would be around 120-125 (last year it was 124). Decisions for round 2 would be released on March 14. I'll see if they can tell me if all the invites are already sent out or still some coming up.

Thanks Andy.
Could you please ask if invites for Latin America candidates have been sent already?
 
Can't tell if they are releasing the international interviews first or it just seems that way since the program is heavily international.

Holding out hope for another week but after that, it looks a bit bleak.
 
Does it matter if I do the interview in person or via skype??

Website says it doesn't. I'm sure they understand with international students but I would assume in person might be better b/c it might be less awkward.

Are they traveling to South America or is it just Boston or Skype?
 
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