Since 1881, Wharton has been a global hub for innovative learning and research at the University of Pennsylvania’s Ivy-League campus in Philadelphia.
Today, that campus extends to our state-of-the-art facilities at Wharton | San Francisco, to the Penn Wharton China Center in Beijing, and to Fontainebleau, France, and Singapore through our alliance with INSEAD.
Wharton is located on the University of Pennsylvania campus, in Philadelphia. The heart of the campus is Jon M. Huntsman Hall, a state-of-the-art academic building fully wired for interaction, with 48 classrooms, 57 group study rooms, lecture halls, auditoriums, and conference rooms. Wharton executive programs are offered at the Steinberg Conference Center through the Aresty Institute of Executive Education, also on campus. Directions »
Wharton | San Francisco is located in the historic Hills Brothers Plaza at 2 Harrison Street along the city’s beautiful Embarcadero. This technologically advanced facility will empower Wharton to achieve an unprecedented level of interactive, real-time outreach and engagement with students, alumni, and executives in the United States and abroad through a range of academic programs. Directions »
The March 2015 opening of the Penn Wharton China Center (PWCC) in Beijing represents a substantial commitment to advance a long history of engagement with China by the Wharton School and its parent university, the University of Pennsylvania (Penn), in an increasingly interconnected global environment.
The Wharton-INSEAD Alliance joins the resources of two world leaders in management education, creating global access to unparalleled business knowledge for students, faculty, and executives worldwide. The partnership extends top-quality business education across four dedicated campuses: Wharton’s U.S. campuses in Philadelphia and San Francisco, and those of INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France, and Singapore.