Is Wharton undergrad good?

Wharton (in CollegeVine’s opinion) is the best undergraduate business school in the world. Its 20 concentrations offer exposure to fields that most students only glimpse through a summer internship.

Is it harder to get into Wharton than Penn?

Wharton is harder to get into. Wharton is more selective than the college by virtue of being smaller in proportion to the number of applicants, so yes it is harder to get into. That said, it is not impossible. If you want to study business (and want to come to Penn in general) apply directly to Wharton.

Why should I go to Wharton?

Knowledge for Action. Wharton gives you the knowledge and skills to change the world. Learning continues outside the classroom when you apply valuable skills through teamwork, co-curricular activities, conferences, research, and club life.

Which is the hardest Ivy League to get into?

Harvard

What GPA is needed for Wharton?

3.6

What is the acceptance rate for Wharton?

9% (2016)

Is it hard to get into Wharton?

It’s pretty darn hard. The admit rate for an applicant to Wharton is 20.6%. During the 2017–2018 admissions cycle, 6,245 candidates applied for admission to the school’s MBA program and 1,288 were admitted. There are seven other U.S. MBA programs, however, with acceptance rates lower than Wharton.

What makes Wharton unique?

Nearly every elite business school is advertising its “action-based” or “experiential” approach, but Wharton has recently undergone a comprehensive branding and identity initiative, resulting in a new brand platform called “Knowledge for Action.” This brand platform emphasizes and communicates Wharton’s strengths of …

What is special about Wharton undergrad?

Wharton Is Business and More Wharton’s undergraduate program is widely recognized by both the academic and corporate worlds as the leader in business education. With over 30 percent of the degree requirements taken outside of business, Wharton truly is business and more.

Is Wharton prestigious?

Wharton is possibly the most prestigious business school in the United States. However, the fact that Harvard’s business school offers only graduate degrees leaves Wharton basically alone at the top for undergraduate study.