WASA is committed to providing support to all prospective students to the MBA program at The Wharton School with a strong interest or affiliation with Africa. We are willing to help with applications, essay reviews, waitlist advice, etc. and provide assistance through all stages of the application process. In addition being able to directly contact our Prospective Students VP, Ramsey Baker with any and all inquiries, we have a number of resources available to learn more.
WABF PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS DAY
Each year during the annual Wharton Africa Business Forum, WASA hosts a session dedicated to prospective students, which is highly recommended. Please visit the WABF page to learn more.
WASA RECEPTIONS and ADMISSIONS INFORMATION SESSIONS IN AFRICA
WASA hosts summer receptions for alumni, students, and prospective students in cities across the African continent and the world. Please see below for a list of locations, and send an email to email@example.com if you would like to attend.
- New York
EXPLORE WHARTON DIVERSITY DAY
If you are interested in the Wharton MBA communities for under-represented students, we invite you to visit us at our annual prospective student event Explore Wharton: Diversity in Action.
Co-sponsored by the African American MBA Association (AAMBAA) and the Wharton Hispanic American MBA Association (WHAMBAA) and Wharton’s MBA Admissions Office, Explore Wharton gives you the opportunity to experience Wharton first-hand.
This two-day event focuses on Wharton MBA opportunities for prospective under-represented people of color. You will meet current students and administrators, attend classes with Wharton’s top professors and gain invaluable insights in the admissions process.
Discover how our distinctively collaborative environment, innovative learning channels, global reach, and diversity of talent, place you at the leading edge of new ideas that shape worldwide practice in the business, nonprofit and government sectors.
Ramsey Baker (Vice President, Prospective Students)