With a struggling economy and a bleak outlook on hiring rates, some graduate students are reconsidering the appropriateness of pursuing an MBA in the near future.
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The Wharton School is taking a major step forward into the realm of public policy.
For the first time ever, a group of 56 second-year MBA students will have the opportunity to “study abroad” for a semester.
Wharton’s MBA Class of 2014 will be the first to experience a newly redesigned curriculum for first-year students.
This year’s Wharton MBA Reunion is looking to bring a dose of new technology into an annual tradition.
In a little more than a week, students in a Wharton marketing class will present strategy campaigns to Microsoft executives for their new Windows Phone.
After spending a little more than three months at Wharton San Francisco’s new campus, some students now consider it their second home.
After nearly two years of discussion, the Wharton School is launching a new branding campaign.
One fortunate Wharton student will be crowned the “ultimate corporate raider ” April 6.
Last night, a freshman took a fun Wharton tradition a little too far.
The idea that “two heads are better than one” may not always be the case, according to two Wharton professors.
The next time Penn students find themselves playing Farmville or Words With Friends, they have a Wharton graduate to thank.
Next semester, two Wharton School departments will become one.
The UPenn Space, Mobile, and Autonomous Robotics Team is preparing to blast off into a National Aeronautics and Space Administration-sponsored competition in June.
Over spring break, the dean of the Wharton School will be travelling to South America — but not for vacation.
Thursday evening, the line of students attempting to enter Huntsman Hall G06 seemed to go on forever.
It’s been 15 years since the Graduate Management Admission Test experienced its last major alteration.
An unconventional master’s in business administration course is offering students the opportunity to learn from experts in different public policy fields in just two weeks.
On Sunday night, the Wharton School’s Future of Advertising Program hosted its own version of a Super Bowl party.
There was something “phishy” about the email College freshman Michael Shostek received last week.