FAQ

Q: Is Mekelle Institute of Technology part of Massachusetts Institute of Technology?

A: No, MIT is part of Mekelle University targetting at becomming Center of Excellence. MIT has strong partnership with universities in many countries a few of which are Indian Institute of Technology and North Carolina University.

Q: Are MIT students nerds who don’t know how to socialize?

A: We can’t say there are no nerds in our campus but majority of the student body is composed of sociable and collaborative students.

Q: I hear that MIT is extremely competitive and tough to get through…

A: We admit that our courses are rigorous and comprehensive but the collaborative environment and close assistance from our knowledgeable faculty will make your life much easier.

Q: Do you have special admission requirements for female students?

A: We expect female students to be as competitive as any other student in campus, but we provide mentoring, special tutorial and financial aid based on need.

Q: Are my opportunities of getting a job higher when I graduate from MIT?

A: Several companies have expressed their satisfaction on the productivity of our alumni. Given the higher quality of education you receive and you personal skills, we believe you’ll land at your dream job easily.

Q: With how many students will I share a dorm?

A: One dorm is generally assigned to 4 – 8 students. Our dormitory is convenient and

Q: Apart from academic excellence, what makes MIT special?

A: There is unique vibe of fraternity in the campus and students are very focused toward achieving their goals.

Q: Are my courses supported by practical exercises?

A: We place great emphasis on teaching practical aspects of the courses our students take. Almost all courses spend at least 30% of allocated time on lab training and exercises.

Q: How closely do I interact with my instructors?

A: It’s a norm in MIT that any student can seek help from professors at any time they available at work. Some very busy professors may set office hours and can be contacted at that time.

Q: Are there any fun extracurricular I can engage myself in?

A: The MIT community is enthusiastic about sports and you can play one of the prominent games such as soccer and basketball or be part of some of clubs formed by students.

Q: Will I get internship during my undergrad studies?

A: It’s usually easy to get an internship with our written recommendation. But we recommend senior students to stay on campus and do projects during the summer.

Q: Will I get internship during my undergrad studies?

A: It’s usually easy to get an internship with our written recommendation. But we recommend senior students to stay on campus and do projects during the summer.