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In 1881, American entrepreneur and industrialist Joseph Wharton established the world’s first collegiate school of business at the University of Pennsylvania — a radical idea that revolutionized both business practices and higher education. It blazed a trail, from the nation’s first collegiate center for entrepreneurship in 1973 to the latest research centers in alternative investments and neuroscience. Since then, the Wharton School has continued innovating to meet mounting global demand for new ideas, deeper insights, and transformative leadership. It was able to spark great ideas and nurture growth into remarkable new ventures.

Wharton's robust entrepreneurial programs give aspiring entrepreneurs guidance and resources to launch and scale companies that disrupt industries and drive economic growth. Wharton integrated the worlds of technology and business to power smarter decisions. It advances a multifaceted approach to analytics, trains present and future executives to seek deeper insights and acts on exponentially growing digital data. Wharton has successfully grown leaders who act decisively to meet tomorrow’s biggest challenges. Wharton provides experiences that give leaders judging skill to motivate high-performing teams and build resilient organizations that can change the world.
 

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In 1881, American entrepreneur and industrialist Joseph Wharton established the world’s first collegiate school of business at the University of Pennsylvania — a radical idea that revolutionized both business practices and higher education. It blazed a trail, from the nation’s first collegiate center for entrepreneurship in 1973 to the latest research centers in alternative investments and neuroscience. Since then, the Wharton School has continued innovating to meet mounting... Read More

In 1881, American entrepreneur and industrialist Joseph Wharton established the world’s first collegiate school of business at the University of Pennsylvania — a radical idea that revolutionized both business practices and higher education. It blazed a trail, from the nation’s first collegiate center for entrepreneurship in 1973 to the latest research centers in alternative investments and neuroscience. Since then, the Wharton School has continued innovating to meet mounting global demand for new ideas, deeper insights, and transformative leadership. It was able to spark great ideas and nurture growth into remarkable new ventures.

Wharton's robust entrepreneurial programs give aspiring entrepreneurs guidance and resources to launch and scale companies that disrupt industries and drive economic growth. Wharton integrated the worlds of technology and business to power smarter decisions. It advances a multifaceted approach to analytics, trains present and future executives to seek deeper insights and acts on exponentially growing digital data. Wharton has successfully grown leaders who act decisively to meet tomorrow’s biggest challenges. Wharton provides experiences that give leaders judging skill to motivate high-performing teams and build resilient organizations that can change the world.
 

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