This is the beginning of an exciting educational and personal journey that will transform you in ways you cannot yet predict.
Get started this summer with onboarding and prepare to make the most of your Wharton experience.
Please plan to be engaged in activities for the duration of Pre-Term. If you need to miss Pre-Term Check-in, Learning Team Experience, or any of Management 6100, complete the Pre-Term Conflict-Excused Absence Form
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MBA ONBOARDING CHECKLIST
Use this checklist to ensure that you’re completing all of the tasks and deadlines as you start your MBA career!
Begin your Wharton journey by learning about the MBA program and key resources. Join live sessions, view videos, and keep up-to-date on communications.
Get Ready for the Classroom
Review information on the three academic pre-arrival assessments required of matriculating students.
WAIVERS & PLACEMENT EXAMS
Review the Waiver Guide and complete the Waiver Module. Opt to register for waiver and placement exams as well as accompanying prep courses
CURRICULUM & COURSES
Discover the many options within the program and develop your academic plan.
Join the Community
MEET THE TEAMS
Advisors and staff will be your support team throughout your Wharton experience. You will meet your Advising Support Network during Pre-Term.
The Wharton community is ready to help you transition to making Philadelphia your home for the next two years.
MYWHARTON (AVAILABLE IN AUGUST)
Stay up-to-date on school happenings with program announcements, events and integrated calendar.
Begin with Pre-Term and MGMT 6100
Pre-Term begins on August 9, 2022. During Pre-Term you’ll continue to engage with other members of the Class of 2023. Here you’ll lay the foundations for relationships that will last long past graduation.
MGMT 6100 – FOUNDATIONS OF TEAMWORK AND LEADERSHIP
MGMT 6100 is required for all MBA students. Classes will begin on August 18, 2022. Review the Management 6100 website for additional information.
Access the most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) we receive from admitted students to the Wharton MBA Program