Lifelong Learning serves Wharton and Penn alumni throughout the course of their careers with effective and dynamic ways to learn- on campus, online and in regions worldwide.

Wharton’s faculty and alumni are the experts featured in our Forums, webinars , online videos, Executive Education courses,  and master class / networking events. All of these contain highly relevant content of a caliber only Wharton can provide.  Wharton Digital Press publications and Knowledge@Wharton are additional resources valued by alumni and members of the global business community.

Executive Education Opportunities for the Class of 2010 and Beyond

Wharton MBA alumni in the class of 2010 and all subsequent classes, beginning seven years after graduation, are now eligible to take one Wharton Executive Education open enrollment course—most of which are 4 or 5 days in length—tuition free (excluding room and board) every seven years. Please note that Wharton’s 5-week Advanced Management Program and 2-week Executive Development Program are not included in this opportunity. Wharton and University Alumni may attend additional Wharton Executive Education Open Enrollment short (3-5 days) courses at a 25% tuition discount, assuming that they meet standards for admission to the course and space is available in the program.

 

 

Upcoming Events

September 05
2014
An Introduction to Financial Accounting »
Wharton | Coursera
This course will improve your fluency in financial accounting, the language of business. You will learn how to read, understand, and analyze most of the information provided by companies in their financial statements. These skills will help you make more...
September 08
2014
Social Entrepreneurship »
Wharton | Coursera
Social entrepreneurs and social innovators are tackling and diminishing many of the world’s problems. They achieve significant positive social impact through the creative and aggressive mobilization of people and other resources.
September 16
2014
Lifelong Learning Tour – Tensions and Opportunities in the Global Economy »
Wharton | London - Le Meridien Picadilly
Where are consumer and financial markets headed? What are the implications of global trends in terms of population aging, urbanization, wealth inequality, and the growth of the global middle class? Will the dollar continue being the world’s main reserve currency?...
October 21
2014
Lifelong Learning Tour – Making Money Do More »
Wharton | Palo Alto - Sheraton Palo Alto
In the last several years, impact investing has emerged as a promising tool for tackling some of the world’s most complex and enduring social problems.  We’re not talking about philanthropy – we’re talking about investing.  In impact investing, investors actively...
November 19
2014
Lifelong Learning Tour – Parents as Venture Capitalists: Navigating the College Market and the Payoffs from Education »
Wharton | New York City - Westin Grand Central
The college marketplace today is bewildering. Tuition costs continue to rise, a barrage of advertising making us aware of majors like “sports broadcasting” that we never heard of while fostering confusion about the quality of different schools and degrees. For-profit...

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