Partnership Programs

Wharton Partnerships

Wharton is renowned for being a leader in executive learning. We understand the way today’s executives want and need to learn. Wharton Executive Education programs prepare business leaders to compete in a highly complex and very competitive environment. For that reason, many industry associations, professional trade groups, and universities choose Wharton as their academic partner for the design and delivery of world-class executive learning solutions.

Learn about the programs we offer with our partners:

  • Academic: In collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania or other world-class academic institutions across the globe
  • Corporate & Industry: In collaboration with global corporations and industry leaders
  • Industry Associations: In collaboration with leading industry associations and their membership communities

I really appreciated the opportunity to engage with the other professionals. I've been to other seminars and discussions, but at Wharton we had a really candid and open group, all willing to share ideas and concerns. I think those relationships are of incalculable value over and above the education. For me it was one of the great takeaways from the experience.

Eric EnsmannDirector of Enterprise Risk Management, BBVA Compass

Building a bench of future leaders for the banking industry is a strategic imperative for ABA. Our partnership with Wharton helped integrate a powerful leadership component into our flagship graduate banking program at Stonier, and the results speak for themselves-growing enrollment, a highly relevant curriculum with cutting-edge learning strategies, and a strong network of Stonier alumni — representing the new generation of banking industry leadership.”

Jim EdringtonChief Member Engagement Officer, American Bankers Association

The time spent at Wharton was well beyond worthwhile. LMC arranged an incredible program featuring instruction by some of the best minds in business academia coupled with collaboration with a great group of industry peers.”

J.D. SaundersEconomy Lumber, California