International Exchange Programs

The Wharton School sponsors MBA student exchanges with 19 partner institutions¬†around the world. Each year a number of Wharton students are nominated for study at a partner school, and students from the partner schools send students to Wharton. Exchanges are possible in both semesters and during the summer, depending upon the partner¬†institution’s calendar.

While on a full-semester exchange, students are expected to take the equivalent of four Wharton credits or two Wharton credits if on a half-semester exchange. Keep in mind that MBA students are allowed to earn four credits of the 19 required for graduation outside of Wharton. All courses taken on exchange are electives. You may be able to receive credit towards your major. To do so you will need to petition your major advisor in the semester before your exchange and gain the department’s approval. If you are interested in the exchange program, you should plan your academic schedule carefully and talk with your department advisor.

F-1/J-1 International Students: Be sure to consult your ISSS Advisor regarding your program completion, travel and OPT related considerations when participating in the exchange program.

MBA INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE PROGRAMS

AustraliaAGSM, Sidney

BrazilCOPPEAD, Rio de Janeiro

ChileUniversidad Adolfo Ibanez, Santiago

ChinaCEIBS, Shanghai

ChinaPeking University, Beijing

FranceHEC/ISA, Paris

FranceINSEAD, Fontainebleau

Hong KongHKUST, Kowloon

IndiaISB, Hyderabad

IsraelIDC, Herzliya

Israel – Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv

Italy – SDA Bocconi, Milan

JapanKeio University, Tokyo

NetherlandsRSM, Rotterdam

PhilippinesAIM, Makati City

SingaporeINSEAD, Singapore

SpainIESE, Barcelona

SwedenStockholm School of Economics, Stockholm

ThailandSasin, Bangkok

United KingdomLBS, London

 

Contact:
Natalya Levina, Associate Director, MBA Program Office


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