Delegations and official visits

Delegations and official visits

MIT welcomes international delegations and visitors seeking meaningful dialogue and academic or other connections/collaborations with members of the MIT community. Visitors may include government officials, university leaders, and distinguished professionals in various fields, or those partaking in fellowships or special programs sponsored by local consulates, the US State Department, or other official entities. Connections may be made through embassies, US Department of State International Visitor Leadership Programs, direct contact, and MIT referrals.

Visits are managed through the office of the Associate Provost for International Activities. For more information, please visit global.mit.edu or email specific questions to Jennifer Camacho, Manager of External Relations.

Please note:
Prospective students and those seeking to request private group tours should visit the Office of Admissions.

Secretary of State John Kerry

John Kerry, 68th United States Secretary of State, visited MIT in January 2017.

Photo: Bryce Vickmark

Vice President for Research Maria Zuber

MIT Vice President for Research Maria Zuber greets Ashton B. Carter, 25th United States Secretary of Defense.

Photo: Bryce Vickmark