The Wharton School has long been considered one of the top MBA programs
in the world. Every year, the Wharton School attracts thousands of applications
from extremely talented and accomplished individuals. The Wharton African
Students Association (WASA) is committed to increasing the number of
Africans enrolled at the Wharton School. WASA recognizes that the application
process is very competitive and as such offers a number of resources
to African prospective students.
for Prospective Students
If you are an African prospective student applying to Wharton, WASA can
assign you a mentor to offer answers and advice during the application
process. If you want to be assigned a mentor or have any questions, please
WASA Prospective Student Discussion Forum
WASAP provides African prospective students the opportunity to exchange
information and views on the Wharton Application process.
c) Application Process
For more detailed information about the admissions process please visit
the Office of MBA Admissions and Financial Aid.
• Completion of an undergraduate program at an accredited U.S. college
or its equivalent in another country.
• Results of the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) - (There is
no minimum GMAT score) - Wharton's GMAT code is 2926.
• Results of the TOEFL test, if your native language is not English or
if you did not complete a degree program in which English was the language
of instruction. Wharton's TOEFL code is 2926. The TOEFL Department
Code (business/commerce) is 02.
• Completion of the Wharton application.
Application Submitted By:
One: October 14, 2004
Two: January 6, 2005
Three: March 3, 2005
Date No Later Than:
May 19, 2005
MBA/MA Lauder program applicants can only apply to one of the
first two rounds. MBA submatriculation applicants can only apply
for the third round.
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WASA GMAT Advice
Review Frequently Asked Questions
of MBA Admissions & Financial Aid
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