Posts Tagged ‘Wharton MBA’

Wharton MBA Essay Tips & Deadlines [2019 – 2020]

By - Jun 13, 06:30 AM   Comments [0]

The big change in Wharton’s admissions last year occurred at the top. Frank DeVechhis left his position as Director of Admissions. Blair Mannix, Director of Operations and Evaluations since 2015, initially assumed the role of Interim Director of Admissions. She became the Director of Admissions...

Tags: , , , , . Read More

Wharton Receives Largest Gift Ever

By - Oct 25, 06:00 AM   Comments [0]

According to a Wharton press release, Marc J. Rowan and Carolyn Rowan have pledged $50 million to the Wharton School to entice and keep world-class faculty and provide funding for the University of Pennsylvania’s economic policy program, Penn Wharton Budget Model (PWBM). Poets & Quants...

Tags: , , . Read More

How to Apply to Wharton [And Get Accepted]

By - Oct 8, 06:00 AM   Comments [0]

Applicants who joined us for Get Accepted to Wharton got a great head start on creating their application strategy! Guided by Accepted founder Linda Abraham, they learned what the adcom is looking for, and how to approach the application effectively to achieve that. If you missed it...

Tags: , , . Read More

The 4 Things Your Wharton App Should Accomplish If You Want to Be Accepted

By - Aug 21, 06:00 AM   Comments [0]

There’s still time to join our special webinar, Get Accepted to Wharton! This Wednesday, Accepted founder Linda Abraham will guide you through the Wharton application process. You’ll gain a clear understanding of how to approach your application and a step-by-step strategy for successfully navigating the process. The...

Tags: , , , , . Read More

Will You Be at Wharton Next Year?

By - Aug 16, 06:30 AM   Comments [0]

Are you planning to apply to Wharton this year or next? We know there’s a lot of information out there for applicants – some of which is helpful, and some of which, let’s face it, probably only increases your anxiety level. We’re committed to providing clear,...

Tags: , , . Read More

Wharton MBA Class Profile 2019

By - Aug 14, 06:00 AM   Comments [0]

Let’s take a look at who makes up Wharton’s class of 2019… • Applications received: 6,692 • Students enrolled: 863 • Women: 44% • US students of color: 33% • Countries represented: 65 • International students: 33% • Average GMAT score: 730 • Average work experience: 5 years Pre-MBA Industries: FIELD PERCENT   Consulting 26%   Private Equity/Venture Capital 14%  ...

Tags: , , , . Read More

Meet Dr. Akshat Kumar, Wharton MBA ‘19 [Episode 242]

By - Jan 21, 06:30 AM   Comments [0]

Our guest today, Dr. Akshat Kumar, earned his MD from Kasturba Medical College in India and completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Rutgers University/St. Peter’s University Hospital in New Jersey, where he became Chief Resident and then Attending Physician. In his spare time he...

Tags: , , , . Read More

How to Apply to Wharton [And Get Accepted]

By - Aug 22, 06:00 AM   Comments [0]

Applicants who joined us for Get Accepted to Wharton got a great head start on their application strategy! Guided by Accepted founder Linda Abraham, they learned what the adcom is looking for and how to approach the application effectively. If you missed it – or if...

Tags: , , , , , . Read More

What 4 Things Must Your Wharton App Do if You Want to Get Accepted?

By - Aug 2, 03:06 AM   Comments [0]

There’s still time to join our webinar, Get Accepted to Wharton, during which you’ll learn the four important elements your application must contain if you want it to shine! In just one hour, Accepted founder Linda Abraham will guide you through the Wharton application process. You’ll...

Tags: , , , , . Read More

Wharton 2018 Class Profile

By - Jul 30, 07:00 AM   Comments [0]

Let’s take a look at who makes up Wharton’s class of 2018… • Applications received: 6,679 • Students enrolled: 851 • Women: 44% • US students of color: 32% • Countries represented: 71 • International students: 32% • Average GMAT score: 730 • Average work experience: 5 years Pre-MBA Industries: Do you want to be...

Tags: , , , . Read More