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Application Deadlines

2016 Applications Due

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10

Round 1

May
17

Round 2

Cost of Attendance Budget

Academic Year 2015-2016

Tuition and Fees (Includes $2,000 Pre-Term fee)$70,870
Health Insurance$3,390
Room and Board$20,626
Books and Supplies$1,300
Miscellaneous$4,268
Total$100,454

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Events at Wharton

Mar
04

MBA Admissions Information Session & Alumni Panel: London

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Le Meridien Piccadilly

Mar
09

Wharton Advance Access Webinar

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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16

Wharton Campus Visit: Monday, March 16, 2020

9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
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17

Lauder Visit Day: Tuesday, March 17, 2020

2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
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Wharton Campus Visit: Wednesday, March 18, 2020

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Women’s Visit Day

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The following are the most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) we receive from prospective students interested in the Wharton MBA Program. In addition, the MBA Admissions Blog will have the latest news from Admissions and Financial Aid. If none of these resources works for you, please contact us.

Interact With Us: On and Off Campus

What can I do when I visit campus?

You can attend MBA classes, have lunch with a current student, attend an information session hosted by a member of the Admissions Committee, and attend the MBA Pub (only available on Thursdays). These activities are not available May through September when classes are not in session. For more information, explore the Student Discussion Forum or go to the Visit Campus page.

Where should I stay when I visit?

Please review our list of hotels.

How can I contact Wharton alumni in my area?

Although our alumni have occasionally been overwhelmed by requests to meet one-on-one, they are eager to discuss the benefits of a Wharton education with prospective students at the scheduled receptions and forums in which we participate throughout the world. For a list of these events, please check the Admissions Events page. We invite candidates to visit campus, sit in on classes, and speak with current students. A campus visit remains one of the best ways to get to know the program and what we have to offer.

As an international prospective student, I need a visa to come to the U.S. for a campus visit. Will Wharton or the University of Pennsylvania sponsor me or provide a letter of support that I may use when I apply for a visa?

The university is unable to sponsor individual visits to the campus. The Office of International Programs, which handles visa and immigration issues at the university, may only support students who have been admitted to and intend to enroll at the school.

Undergraduate Program (BS)

Wharton’s undergraduate degree program offers you business and more — an innovative program that combines business and liberal arts on one Ivy League campus. Students choose specialized areas of study with more than 20 concentrations offered across the 10 different departments. Graduates earn a BS in Economics from the Wharton School.

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The Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business (BS /BA)

This unique, four-year interdisciplinary undergraduate program integrates business education, advanced language training, and a liberal arts education. Huntsman graduates earn two degrees — a BA in International Studies from the School of Arts and Sciences and a BS in Economics from Wharton.

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The Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology (M&T) (BS/BSE or BS/BAS)

The M&T Program focuses on the technical and managerial skills necessary to define and solve problems in today’s complex technologically intensive society. Graduates earn both a BS in Economics from Wharton and either a BS or a BAS in Engineering from the School of Engineering and Applied Science.

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The Roy and Diana Vagelos Program in Life Sciences and Management (BA/BS)

The Vagelos Program offers an innovative, interdisciplinary curriculum that combines extensive coursework in both bioscience and business and prepares students for careers in the rapidly expanding life sciences sector. Graduates earn a BA in Life Sciences from the College of Arts and Sciences and a BS in Economics from Wharton.

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Nursing & Health Care Management (BS/BS)

This coordinated dual-degree program addresses the dynamic changes in the delivery and financing of health care services in the United States and the public’s concern about the quality, cost, and management of health care. The program combines a BS in Nursing from the School of Nursing with a BS in Economics from Wharton.

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Additional Dual Degrees

Wharton students can pursue an additional degree by designing their own dual-degree program, choosing from among more than 50 areas of study at Penn’s three other undergraduate schools: the College of Arts & Sciences, the School of Nursing, and the School of Engineering & Applied Science.

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MBA Program (MBA)

The Wharton MBA offers unmatched global options and a distinctly collaborative experience — with more courses and programs than any other business school. Students get the business knowledge and specialized skills to expand career choices and join one of the world’s largest and most prestigious alumni networks.

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MBA Program for Executives (MBA)

Available in Philadelphia and San Francisco, the Wharton MBA for Executives is the full Wharton MBA — the same degree, innovative curriculum, and world-class faculty as in Wharton’s globally acclaimed full-time program – in a specially designed part-time schedule.

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Joseph H. Lauder Institute of Management and International Studies (MBA/MA)

The first joint-degree program in international management, the MBA/MA Lauder Program prepares future business leaders by integrating the Wharton MBA with an MA in International Studies from Penn’s School of Arts & Sciences. The program emphasizes cross-cultural competency and advanced language training.

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Wharton/School of Advanced International Studies (MBA/MA)

This 3-year, dual-degree program, which pioneers area studies and the integration of international politics and economics, is offered with the Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) of The Johns Hopkins University in Washington, DC. Students work towards a Wharton MBA and an MA in international relations from SAIS.

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Wharton/Kennedy School of Government (MBA/MPA, MBA/MPA/ID, MBA/MPP)

Wharton students may choose one of three dual-degree programs with Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government (KSG): Master in Public Administration, Master in Public Administration/International Development, or Master in Public Policy. All are typically two-year programs, but the dual-degree option allows students to complete the KSG portion of their dual degree over three semesters.

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Additional Dual Degrees

With 12 world-leading graduate and professional schools at Penn, students can select from the following dual-degree options: Biotechnology, Design, Engineering, Law, Medial Sciences, Nursing, and Social Work. This includes the MBA/JD with Penn Law.

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Accounting

Wharton’s PhD program in Accounting takes a multidisciplinary approach to meeting the needs of today’s complex markets — integrating finance and economics with broader perspectives on organizational issues and the business environment.

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Applied Economics

Wharton’s PhD program in Applied Economics gives students the tools and training to get jobs in business schools, public policy programs, and applied-oriented economics departments. Drawing on a large faculty of applied economists across multiple Wharton departments and the Law School, the program allows specialization in a number of areas.

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Ethics & Legal Studies

Wharton’s PhD program in Ethics and Legal Studies is the first doctoral program of its kind, built on Wharton’s pioneering work in business ethics. It focuses on ethical and legal norms of conduct in management. Students take core courses in ethics and law in business, plus courses in one additional concentration (e.g., management, finance, marketing, or accounting).

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Finance

Wharton’s PhD program in Finance provides a solid foundation of the theoretical and empirical tools of modern finance, drawing heavily on the discipline of economics. Students prepare for careers at the world’s leading academic institutions in the areas of: Banking and Financial Institutions, Corporate Finance, International Finance, and Financial Instruments and Portfolio Management.

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Health Care Management & Economics

Wharton’s PhD program in Health Care Management and Economics provides an interdisciplinary health services research focus applicable across private and public sectors. The program combines intensive training in health care systems and health services research with advanced training in a traditional business discipline.

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Management

Wharton’s PhD program in Management is flexible and interdisciplinary, applying social science disciplines and research methods to management problems. It offers specializations in strategy, international business, organizational behavior and theory, and human resource management.

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Marketing

Wharton’s PhD program in Marketing is interdisciplinary — students generate creative ideas and hypotheses, develop the analytical skills needed to evaluate them, and receive the training to communicate them. Students work with faculty who lead in developing new research methodologies and implementing new decision models and techniques in the practice of marketing.

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Operations, Information Management, & Decision Processes

Wharton’s PhD program in Operations, Information Management & Decision Processes emphasizes research on real management problems and maintains a balance between theory and implementation. The faculty trains scholars in decision processes, information and decision technologies, information strategy, operations management, and operations research.

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Statistics

Wharton’s PhD program in Statistics allows students to engage in both cutting-edge theory and applied problems. These include problems from a wide variety of fields within Wharton, such as finance, marketing, and public policy, as well as fields across Penn such as biostatistics within the Medical School and computer science within the Engineering School.

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Open-Enrollment Programs for Individuals
Find out more about Executive Education’s open-enrollment programs, designed to leave a lasting impact on executives and their organizations.

Custom Programs for Organizations
Partner with some of the brightest minds in business for customized solutions to your organization’s unique challenges.

Wharton-INSEAD Alliance

The Wharton-INSEAD Alliance extends top-quality business education across four dedicated campuses: Wharton’s U.S. campuses in Philadelphia and San Francisco, and those of INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France, and Singapore. The Alliance offers student exchange programs, a collaborative research center, and joint executive education programs.

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International Exchange Programs

At the undergraduate level, Wharton offers 20+ programs with the world’s top business schools. Penn also has partnerships with more than 100 programs across the globe where Wharton students can take arts and sciences courses. For MBA students, Wharton offers semester-long international exchange program options at 17 partner schools in 15 countries.

Wharton/School of Advanced International Studies (MBA/MA)

This 3-year, dual-degree program, which pioneers area studies and the integration of international politics and economics, is offered with the Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) of The Johns Hopkins University in Washington, DC. Students work towards a Wharton MBA and an MA in international relations from SAIS.

Visit Website »

Joseph H. Lauder Institute of Management and International Studies (MBA/MA)

The first joint-degree program in international management, the MBA/MA Lauder Program prepares future business leaders by integrating the Wharton MBA with an MA in International Studies from Penn’s School of Arts & Sciences. The program emphasizes cross-cultural competency and advanced language training.

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Huntsman Program in International Studies & Business (BS/BA)

The Huntsman Program is a unique, four-year interdisciplinary undergraduate course of study that integrates business education, advanced language training, and a liberal arts education. Huntsman graduates earn two degrees — a BA in International Studies from the School of Arts and Sciences and a BS in Economics from the Wharton School.

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Global Curriculum

At all levels of education, Wharton’s curriculum integrates coursework that provides students with international expertise and experience. Students may focus their studies in international business through concentrations or majors or through special hands-on courses and programs such as the Wharton International Program and the Global Consulting Practicum.

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Leadership, Education, and Development (LEAD) Program

LEAD is a four-week program introducing minority high school students to key areas of business. Established at Wharton, and reflecting a commitment to developing business leaders through business education, the LEAD program has become a nationwide initiative with programs at 10 other universities.

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Leadership in the Business World

This summer business institute is for rising high school seniors who want an introduction to the fundamentals of leadership in business. LBW students attend classes at Wharton. This four-week summer program features classes, trips, and activities designed to give students opportunities to learn about leadership in 21st century business organizations.

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Management & Technology Summer Institute

This for-credit summer program is for rising high school seniors who want to learn how to bring together technological concepts and management principles. The Institute features classes taught by leading Wharton faculty and successful entrepreneurs, as well as lab experience, field trips, and intensive team projects.

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Wharton Sports Business Academy (WSBA)

Sponsored by the Wharton Sports Business Initiative (WSBI), the Wharton Sports Business Academy (WSBA) is a summer program that provides an opportunity for talented rising high school juniors and seniors to study sports business leadership at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. This program will examine how various academic disciplines, such as management, law, negotiation, marketing, and leadership apply to the sports industry with an overview of the business and legal aspects of various intercollegiate, Olympic, and professional sports enterprises.

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Check Your Online Application

Your Wharton Online Application now contains:

  • Documents you’ll need to complete the enrollment process (e.g. Financial Aid documents, visa documents, etc)
  • Checklist of items that need to be completed for enrollment, and before arrival at Wharton

Bookmark the login screen for ease of access.

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Ready to accept your place in Wharton’s MBA Class of 2017? 

Enrollment forms and a deposit of $2,000 are due in the MBA Admissions office on the following dates:

  • For all students admitted in Round 3: 5:00 p.m. ET on
    Friday, May 29, 2015.

Log in to your Wharton online application. Your online admissions acceptance letter includes a link to the enrollment form. Please complete and submit the enrollment form.

If we do not hear from you by the appropriate reply date, we must assume that you have declined our offer, and your place in the Class of 2017 will be extended to someone else.

Send in your enrollment deposit

  • Your $2,000 nonrefundable enrollment deposit will be applied to your first semester’s tuition bill and must be received by 5 p.m. ET, Friday, May 29, 2015.
  • The University accepts checks, money orders, and credit cards (Mastercard, Visa and American Express only) for payment. All checks should be made payable to the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania. Instructions for paying by credit card can be found in the online enrollment form, which you can access by logging in to your Wharton online application.
Checks and money orders can be mailed to:

Mrs. Bonny West
Wharton MBA Admissions and Financial Aid
Vance Hall, Suite 111
3733 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6340 USA

Create your PennKey Account

Watch for an email from the University of Pennsylvania about your PennKey, and follow the instructions in the email to set up this important account.

A PennKey allows you to access various University resources that supplement and complement Wharton’s services – for example, without a PennKey you cannot attain a student ID card (a “PennCard”), access Penn’s library systems, or begin the process of getting access to Wharton’s online environment.

  • You will receive an email from the University of Pennsylvania’s ISC department. The subject line will be “Important Information on setting up your Penn electronic credential (PennKey).” The email will contain a code and instructions that allow you to set up your PennKey. Follow the email’s instructions to create your PennKey account.
  • The code you received via email is only valid for 60 days after receipt, so please take the time to set up your PennKey as soon as you receive the email.
  • When you activate your PennKey you will be asked to select a username from among the available choices. Once you select your username it CANNOT BE CHANGED, so please choose carefully. If you don’t like the available choices, please contact Student Support before selecting. Remember, your selection WILL be your PennKey and Wharton username as well as your Wharton email address.
  • Be sure to choose the “Challenge-Response” password reset option when activating your PennKey; this allows you to reset your password online. If you do not choose the “Challenge-Response” option and you forget your PennKey password, it will take a few days to gain access to Wharton and Penn resources that require a Pennkey login.  A new PennKey setup code will have to be mailed to you. This means starting the PennKey process over again, which will cause you significant delays.

Questions? Contact Charicha Ford in the MBA Admissions Office at fordc@wharton.upenn.edu. You may also visit the University of Pennsylvania PennKey website.

Visa Information for International Students ONLY

International students who are non-immigrants will need a student visa (J-1 or F-1) to enter the U.S. and attend the University of Pennsylvania, unless they have another non-immigrant status (such as A, G, or H-4 non-immigrant status) that permits study.  For more detailed information on the entire visa process, including the decision to apply to F-1 or J-1 status, visit the International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) New Student page.

  1.  When you are admitted, log into your online application. The Admissions Checklist section will contain:
    • A PDF of detailed instructions about the visa application process. If you have applied without a social security number, you will also receive your 9-digit Admission ID in this PDF.
    • A Financial Aid Cost Summary PDF detailing the cost of attendance for your first year of study. This document is required for the I-20/DS-2019 application if you will be applying for financial aid while at Wharton.
  2. Apply for your I-20 or DS-2019 Certificate of Eligibility using the ISSS online portal, iPenn:
    • Use your social security number or your 9-digit Admission ID to log in to iPenn and follow the instructions.
    • You will need a copy of your passport.   If you will be applying for financial aid while at Wharton you will also need your Financial Aid Cost Summary email to complete the application.
  3. After ISSS has created your documents, Wharton MBA Admissions will mail your I-20 or DS-2019 to you.
  4. Once you have an I-20 or DS-2019, you should apply for the appropriate visa at a US Embassy or Consulate:

Start your Verification Process with ReVera Services

Log into your Wharton Online Application to view information regarding our verification process, which is conducted for Wharton by ReVera.

Your Checklist includes verification instructions containing a link to access ReVera’s  online submission form.

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You will be asked to fill in the online submission form including your Applicant ID and submit a $75.00 fee. Students will receive a confirmation email from ReVera immediately following successful registration and payment. Deadlines for submitting authorizations and fees to ReVera are:

For all students admitted in Round 3: Friday, May 29, 2015 by 5:00 pm ET

The verification process is routine for all admitted students who enroll in the Wharton MBA Program. The verification process is a background check conducted to assess the accuracy of information presented in your application, including, but not limited to, personal recommendations, employment history, and test scores.

Have more questions about the Re Vera process? Please contact us at verification@wharton.upenn.edu.

Send Wharton MBA Admissions your official transcripts and test scores

As you self-reported your transcripts and test scores, and have not sent the official versions to the MBA Admissions Office, you need to do so by your enrollment deadline. Wharton’s GMAT code is G569773. Our TOEFL code is 2926-02. Our GRE code is 6802-5199. If you submitted official records to the Wharton MBA Program within the last two years, there is no need to send them again, as we keep them on file for two years. To track the status of your transcripts, please log in to your Wharton Online Application. The “View Checklist” section will show you whether your official transcripts have been received.

If you are currently enrolled in a degree program, please contact your school’s Registrar to have a final transcript sent when grades for the term are posted.

Transcripts may be sent to:
Wharton MBA Admissions
111 Vance Hall
3733 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Join Wharton Class of 2017 on Facebook

There is much more information to come – information that will be vital to your transition to Wharton. In the upcoming months, we’ll be helping you understand how to choose your courses, prepare for academics here at Wharton, and much more.

  • We will update the Class of 2017 Facebook page with important reminders and new information. Join today!
  • Bi-Weekly Email Updates – MBA Admissions and the MBA Program Office will send you email updates to keep you on track with your pre-arrival preparations.
  • Give us a personal email address and permanent address where we can send you information throughout the summer. To make changes to your address or contact information, please first complete your Enrollment Form and set up your PennKey and password.
  • Once you have a PennKey, you may login to PennInTouch to update your address information.
  • May 2015 – The MBA Program Office will send you a copy of “Let’s Get Started,” a publication that has important information about Pre-Term, the Wharton Curriculum, Student Life and more.

If you do not receive the above communications, please contact the MBA Program office at: mbaprogram@wharton.upenn.edu

Mar
04

MBA Admissions Information Session & Alumni Panel: London

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Le Meridien Piccadilly

Mar
09

Wharton Advance Access Webinar

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Mar
16

Wharton Campus Visit: Monday, March 16, 2020

9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
The Wharton School

Mar
17

Lauder Visit Day: Tuesday, March 17, 2020

2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
The Wharton School

Mar
18

Wharton Campus Visit: Wednesday, March 18, 2020

9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
The Wharton School

Mar
19

Women’s Visit Day

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
The Wharton School