The information on these pages relate to some student matters except for major immigration related categories and is intended for newly admitted and current MIT international students only.
Newly Admitted Students should begin at Getting Started and go through all the subsequent webpages to prepare for arrival at MIT.
For all questions regarding international student admissions, degree programs, and financial aid, please refer to those specific MIT pages for more information.
All students looking for information regarding travel outside the US and employment in the US should go to our Immigration section.
Please be aware that immigration is a complex area of US law, and that the information presented here should be used only as a source of general information. For information related to your specific circumstances, please contact the ISO to arrange a consultation with an International Student Advisor.
NOTE: It is important to be aware that only web sites ending with “.gov” are official U.S. government web sites. The web address of the official USCIS (US Citizenship and Immigration Services) is www.uscis.gov. Other web sites that may look like US government web sites but are not genuine may give you inaccurate or misleading information about immigration regulations, or may try to charge you for forms that are otherwise free.