The value of your Wharton MBA only begins with the two years you spend here. Wharton alumni empower you at every stage of your career, from mentoring to creating a support network when you first leave campus to helping you with future advancement or career changes. Lifelong friendships, the collaborative community, and common connections with other Wharton alumni are among the most powerful benefits of a Wharton degree. The relationships you build give you the power to move ahead in your job, change your career, and even relocate around the globe.
With 92,000 graduates, including world leaders in corporate, nonprofit, and government organizations, we have the largest alumni network of any business school. Wherever you are in the world, you can always call on a Wharton graduate for concrete help, advice, and support.
|Africa & Middle East||820|
|Australia & New Zealand||340|
|Caribbean & Latin America||1,250|
Online Alumni Network
Wharton's online community, WhartonConnect, gives current students and alumni an easy way to find colleagues in just about any field. Alumni and students can access industry information, communicate with fellow alumni, and identify contacts. WhartonConnect includes lifelong e-mail addresses, an alumni directory, and extensive search capabilities. The Wharton Alumni-Student Network enables alumni and students to identify career development resources within the alumni base.
Alumni on Campus
Wharton alumni interact with current students through an alumni mentoring program, career panels, alumni club receptions, and student conferences. Alumni give lectures and hold discussions in the classroom, support Global Immersion Program trips, and work with students on field application projects.
A Wharton Alumni Club comprises a lifelong network of leaders in specific industries or geographic regions. There are 78 Wharton Alumni Clubs that provide support and opportunities for Wharton graduates worldwide. By meeting with their fellow Wharton alumni regularly, our graduates can trade ideas, find employees and jobs, develop new initiatives, form partnerships, and discuss their local economies.