Research Videoarchive People News Events Admissions Admissions at MIT Finding an Advisor Student Life Engage CSAIL Alliances Professional Programs Strategic Partners About Director's Message Mission & History Leadership Awards Opportunities Stata Center Spin-offs Publications Visit CSAIL Admissions Learn more about our work through our videos 1. Undergraduate Admissions Apply to MIT as an undergrad (Labs like CSAIL do not directly admit students) Apply to MIT's summer programs Current MIT undergrads: do CSAIL research via the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) 2. Graduate Admissions CSAIL does not directly admit students. Instead, students apply directly to specific departments, like Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Mathematics, Aeronautics and Astronautics and Mechanical Engineering. Deadlines for most programs are December 15. Engineering master’s students at MIT can also do research assistantships at CSAIL. 3. Postdoctoral Opportunities Potential postdocs should explore our research and reach out directly to the principal investigator you’d like to work with! NOTE: CSAIL doesn't generally accept interns or research assistants, especially non-MIT students. In the rare event that a faculty member chooses to take one on, preference is given to MIT students.