Wharton Stories: International Learning Opportunities

Turner Social Impact Society member Stephanie Wu, W’20, consulted for Asociacion CREAR, an educational nonprofit in Costa Rica. Working on the ground in Costa Rica, she learned four important lessons about small nonprofits.

What I Learned About Small Nonprofits from an NGO in Costa Rica

Adedotun Adejare, W’19, was inspired by his travel experiences at Wharton to pursue a Master’s degree as a Schwarzman Scholar in China.

Adedotun Adejare Prepares to Explore China’s Technology Hub as Schwarzman Scholar

Vice Dean Peggy Bishop Lane talks about how Global Business Week is built and what it means for Wharton MBA Program for Executives students.

Vice Dean Peggy Bishop Lane on the Importance of Global Business Week

The Penn Wharton China Center welcomed President Amy Gutmann to Beijing, where she discussed the growing connection between Penn, China, and the world.

Highlights from an Evening in Beijing with Penn President Amy Gutmann

Khushboo Goel, WG’19, channeled her knowledge in clean energy to uncover decarbonization strategies in the U.S. and India.

How This Kleinman Birol Fellow Spent Her Summer Working for the International Energy Agency

An eye-opening internship in Bangalore took Stephanie Wu, W’20, through the history of women’s roles in Indian society, and to the forefront of how those roles are changing today.

What This Undergrad Learned During an Internship Empowering Women Supervisors in a Bangalore Garment Factory

Through bonding over exchange programs and roads less traveled, Allison Chiu and Feym Fliegner, WG’18, forged a balanced and motivating business partnership.

How These MBA Co-Founders Bonded in San Francisco and Launched a Startup in Milan and Singapore

The program’s first study tour to Seoul and Busan delved into holistic, globalizing advancements in South Korea — past, present, and future.

Why MBAs Traveled to South Korea for a Global Immersion Program

The impact of the Beijing-based center and research fund has been far-reaching on campus and in China.

Three Years On: A Look at the Penn Wharton China Center

M&T junior Kristen Tilley, W’19, SEAS’19, describes the leadership lessons she learned on a Wharton Leadership Venture Sailing Expedition in the Caribbean.

What This Undergrad Learned about Her Leadership Style While Sailing in the Caribbean