Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
The Wharton School is the business school for the University of Pennsylvania, and it is one of just a handful of business schools at Ivy League institutions. The school is located at the Philadelphia area campus, and it was founded in 1881. It offers degrees from the undergraduate to the doctorate level, and it also has research opportunities available. The business graduates are among the most highly paid graduates in the country. Those interested in a Master's program may pursue an MBA or an Executive MBA in marketing, statistics, finance or strategy. Core principles are based on leadership, communication and ethics. U.S. News & World Report and the Financial Times has ranked the school's MBA program as first in the world.
Notable alumni include Donny Deutsch (Chairman and CEO, Deutsch Inc. and DHL), Julian A. Brodsky (Founder, Chairman and CEO, Comcast Corporation), John L. Flannery (Chairman and CEO, General Electric Company), and Gerard Kleisterlee (CEO and President, Philips).
You can find this business school here: www.wharton.upenn.edu.