Wharton Stories: International Learning Opportunities

An eye-opening internship in Bangalore took Stephanie Wu, W’20, through the history of women’s roles in Indian society, and to the forefront of how those roles are changing today.

What This Undergrad Learned During an Internship Empowering Women Supervisors in a Bangalore Garment Factory

The impact of the Beijing-based center and research fund has been far-reaching on campus and in China.

Three Years On: A Look at the Penn Wharton China Center

M&T junior Kristen Tilley, W’19, SEAS’19, describes the leadership lessons she learned on a Wharton Leadership Venture Sailing Expedition in the Caribbean.

What This Undergrad Learned about Her Leadership Style While Sailing in the Caribbean

The student-run Penn Wharton China Summit welcomes global innovators while providing a platform for an emerging generation of leaders.

Penn Wharton China Summit Brings Industry Leaders from China to Campus

A three-day joint Global Modular Course blends classroom knowledge and cultural learning for MBA students from Wharton and Peking University’s Guanghua School of Management.

MBA Students Head to Beijing for an Immersive Learning Experience on Marketing to the Chinese Consumer

M&T student Parth Chopra W’18, E’18, reflects on his eye-opening experience at the University of Edinburgh.

Advice on Studying Abroad From an Undergrad Who Never Thought He Would

Competing against 11 of the strongest undergraduate case competition winners across the globe, a team of four Wharton seniors came out on top at the 2018 Champions Trophy Case Competition in Auckland, New Zealand.

How These Wharton Undergrads Won the “World Championship” of Case Competitions

Social entrepreneur Peter Wang Hjemdahl, W’19, tells what he learned as a Hult Prize regional finalist with rePurpose.

6 Lessons Learned From a Wharton Undergrad’s Social Entrepreneurial Journey

EMBA alum Gleb Chuvpilo, WG’17, talks about three things that make entrepreneurship in Israel unique and what he took away from a deep dive into this high-tech entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Global Modular Course Immerses Wharton EMBA Students in the ‘Startup Nation’ of Israel

The great thing about Wharton is that it allows you to explore different interests and activities. By no means do you need to come to college already having your future planned out.

This undergrad is still deciding what she wants to do with her business education – and that’s okay!