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MIT's acceptance rate was 7.3% for the last admissions cycle and 6.7% the year before. This year it may go down in the 6s because 8%+ of accepted incoming freshmen deferred their admissions until next year, normally only 1% postpone enrollment. This link will show you all the stats with regards to the current class of 2024. Good luck.
So while mit does not release data about the admission rates from different countries, they did admit about 140 international students out of nearly 4100 who applied. That gives about a 3.4% acceptance rate for international students which is really low. I doubt that care much about which country your from but more about your profile. As long as you have a strong profile, it will help you get in. I recommend using the chancing calculator on collegevine to see your chances.