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Wharton School MBAs to Host Coffee Chats Around the Globe This Summer

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Are you considering the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School for your MBA? The school’s Admissions team is currently traveling to cities around the world to meet with prospective applicants and share more about the application process. At the same time, current MBA students are holding informal coffee chats in more than 40 cities.

These casual gatherings give prospective applicants a great opportunity to get to know current students and hear about their experiences at Wharton. You’ll learn about life in Philadelphia, the Wharton campus and much more in a relaxed setting. Coffee chats are scheduled this week in Houston, Newport Beach and New York and next week in New Dehli, Philadelphia, Berlin, Silicon Valley and Chicago. Click for a full list of coffee chats around the globe for the rest of the summer. Interested prospective applicants are asked to register for these events in advance. Location details will be emailed to you a few days prior to your scheduled event.

If you are interested in meeting with the Wharton MBA Admissions staff in your home city, check to see when they’ll be nearest. Admissions receptions, both abroad and in the United States, will feature Wharton admissions committee members as well as local alumni. As with the coffee chats, advanced registration for these events is required. Click for a full list of Wharton admissions events for the rest of the summer.

And don’t forget Clear Admit’s own Wharton resources. Founded by two Wharton grads and located in Philadelphia, Clear Admit knows Wharton inside and out. Check out our Wharton School Snapshot, Wharton School Guide and Wharton Interview Guide in the Clear Admit Shop.

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