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How to Apply: Click one of the red “Apply Now” buttons located on each program page in the “All Programs” section. Admissions Criteria Wharton Executive Education carefully monitors the balance of industries, regions, functions, and companies in each program session. By doing so, we lay the foundation for a strong peer-learning environment. Applications are subject to acceptance by Wharton Executive Education. The University of Pennsylvania values diversity and seeks talented students, faculty, and staff from diverse backgrounds. The University does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, or status as a disabled or Vietnam-era veteran in the administration of its educational policies, programs, or activities, admissions policies and procedures, scholarship and loan programs, employment, recreational, athletic, or other University-administered programs. 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For applicants to the Advanced Management Program only: The Advanced Management Program (AMP) fee includes private accommodations, most meals, and all program materials. If you are accepted into AMP, we will issue your company an invoice. Payment in full — by check, wire transfer, or credit card — must be received at least 60 days before the program start date. A full refund will be issued if cancellation in writing is received 90 days prior to the start of the program. Otherwise, the $15,000 cancellation fee will apply. For applicants to the Advanced Finance Program and General Management Program only: The fee for the Advanced Finance Program (AFP) or the General Management Program (GMP) includes tuition for six open-enrollment programs (up to 30 program days in total), executive coaching, private accommodations, most meals, and all program materials. If you are accepted into AFP or GMP, we will issue you an invoice. Payment of the $69,000 tuition is due upon acceptance. Payment in full — by check, wire transfer, or credit card — must be received before the first program start date. If you wish to cancel enrollment in one of your selected courses, we are more than happy to reschedule your attendance for the next program date, or we can work with you to identify a more convenient session. If you wish to withdraw entirely from GMP, please contact Wharton Client Relations at +1.215.898.1776 or email@example.com to discuss your specific situation. Please note these transfer and cancellation policies: We will allow participants to transfer between different dates of a specific program with at least 10 days’ notice before the start date. Cancellations received more than 90 days prior to the start of the first program in your learning journey will receive a full refund. Cancellations received less than 90 days prior to the first program’s start date will incur a charge of $15,000. Please note that after you have taken your first program in AFP or GMP, no refunds will be given. Requests to cancel or defer participation must be made in writing and submitted to Wharton Client Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cancellation of Registration Cancellations must be received in writing. Cancellations received more than 30 days prior to a program’s start date will incur a charge of 10 percent of the full tuition; cancellations received 30 to 14 days prior to a program’s start date will be charged 50 percent of the full tuition of the program. Cancellations received less than 14 days prior to a program’s start date will be charged 100 percent of the full tuition. If a registrant fails to attend without notification, or if a withdrawal occurs on or after a program start date, full tuition will be forfeited. If Wharton cancels a program due to low enrollment, registered participants will receive a refund of any tuition paid, or be allowed to move their registration to a future running of the program. Refunds from cancelled programs can also be applied to other open-enrollment programs. Please note that in all situations, participants are responsible for their travel and Wharton cannot reimburse for any travel expenses that may have been incurred. Refunds and Transfers of Registrations Participants who need to transfer to another Wharton Executive Education program can do so within one year of the start date of the original program. Transfer requests received 30 to 14 days prior to a program’s start date will be charged 20 percent of the full tuition of the program. Transfer requests received less than 14 days prior to a program’s start date will be charged 30 percent of the full tuition. The remaining balance can be applied to another Wharton Executive Education program or refunded within one year of the original program date. Please note that 100 percent of the full tuition will be forfeited if one of the following occurs: The registrant does not enroll in another program within one year of the original start date. The registrant has not requested a refund within one year of the original start date. The registrant transfers more than two times. Notice Cancellation Penalty Transfer Penalty More than 30 days notice 10% 0% 30 to 14 days notice 50% 20% Less than 14 days notice 100% 30% Substitutions If a request to substitute a registrant is received in writing prior to a program’s start date, Wharton may, in its sole discretion, permit the substitution at no additional charge if the candidate is qualified. Additional Policies Application, withdrawal, transfer, and tuition benefit policies apply only to Leadership, Finance & Wealth Management, Marketing & Sales, and Strategy & Innovation programs. Different policies are in place for Programs for Organizations (Custom Programs), online programs, the Advanced Management Program, the Executive Development Program, the General Management Program, the Advanced Finance Program, and the Wharton Fellows Program. Please see their respective pages for contact information. Additional Benefits for Groups When four or more participants from any one organization attend programs, Wharton offers up to three hours of out-of-class consulting time with faculty — at no extra cost. The faculty will be chosen based on the needs of the organization or that particular group. The consultation time is an opportunity for participants to explore issues pertinent to their organization — in effect, to customize their Wharton experience. In lieu of the consultation time, the team of four or more participants can opt for a 10 percent discount on each enrollment. This tuition discount will be refunded only upon the conclusion of the program. All four (or more) participants must be listed on the same invoice. Please note that the number of people from one organization who can attend a particular program may be limited, depending on class size. Faculty consultations must be arranged in advance with Executive Education staff when you submit your application. We will not be able to provide this benefit after the start of the program. This option offers your organization the best of both worlds — the powerful solutions of Wharton’s executive programs and customization designed to meet the needs of your specific business challenges. To take advantage of this opportunity, contact Wharton Client Relations, by phone at +1.215.898.1776 or by email at email@example.com who will assist you with the necessary arrangements. Advance Preparation Any advance preparation to be completed prior to attending the program, such as pre-readings, will be provided to you by a program coordinator, provided that full tuition payment has been received before the start of the program. Professional Credit The Wharton School’s Aresty Institute of Executive Education is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards and boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual programs. In accordance with NASBA guidelines, all our programs have a group-live instructional method. Complaints regarding sponsors may be addressed to: NASBA, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN, 37219.2417 (https://www.nasba.org). If you require CPE credits, please contact a program consultant or your program coordinator, who can tell you the number of credits for your program. In addition, some programs offer CME or CNE credits, when appropriate. Insurance Coverage The University requires that all students/participants maintain insurance for medical care, illness, and injury. The University is not responsible for medical expenses incurred while attending a program. Please make sure that any private insurance provides valid coverage in the United States. Notices All notices should be sent to: Client Relations Aresty Institute of Executive Education The Wharton School University of Pennsylvania +1.215.898.1776 (phone) +1.215.898.2061 (fax) firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Client Relations For more information about Wharton Executive Education programs: 1.800.255.3932 (U.S. and Canada) +1.215.898.1776 (worldwide) +1.215.898.2064 (fax) email@example.com For issues regarding refunds or program cancellation policies: 215.898.5737 (worldwide) firstname.lastname@example.org Travel and Visa Click here for travel and visa information.