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*Co-Chair Menelaos Mazarakis (W19, C19) is a sophomore in the Huntsman Program of International Studies and Business, a coordinated dual-degree program between the College of Arts and Sciences and the Wharton School. Originally from Athens, Greece, Menelaos grew up in Mexico and currently lives in a small town that is home to an inferior university, Princeton. He is interested in the intersection of finance and social impact, political science, and policy. He is on the Wharton Undergraduate Research Board and is doing independent research on impact investing. Previously he was involved with Social Impact Consulting and Penn International Impact Consulting. Outside of school Menelaos enjoys yoga, playing squash, and nature outings with friends. He is on the Greek national squash team and hopes to participate at the European Squash Championships later this year.

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Yes in UPENN people say im Wharton Undergrad or they say they are Wharton Grad (MBA). I am still checking if Mar took his MBA. Its possible he was just Wharton Undergrad or Upenn Undergrad and not Wharton Grad

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The Wharton Undergraduate Leadership Forum (WULF) is an annual conference for Wharton club leaders to meet each other, to learn from faculty speakers, and to create new partnerships. This event fosters an environment of collaboration and cooperation among the leaders of the Wharton undergraduate community.

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The mission of the Wharton Dean’s Undergraduate Advisory Board (WAB) is to enhance the Wharton undergraduate experience by collaborating with the administration to generate and implement academic initiatives that have a positive impact on the learning environment.Relive the excitement of the 2016 Wharton Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony featuring speeches by Dean Geoffrey Garrett, Vice-Dean Lori Rosenkopf, Faculty Speaker David Bell, and Student Speaker Sebastián Negrón Reichard, as well as a rendition of “The Red and Blue.”Case in point, if the Wharton undergrad degree was really essentially equal to many MBA degrees out there, then why is it that MBA graduates make more money, on average, than do Wharton BS graduates, even when accounting for experience? Hey, if they were really equal, then employers should be paying them exactly the same, right? Are employers stupidly throwing money away by paying MBA graduates more than Wharton BS graduates, if they're the same?WLV provide a set of engaged, hands-on experiences for exploring and mastering the capabilities for effective individual and team leadership in business and beyond. They are intended to assist participants in improving their capacities to think strategically, communicate effectively, and act decisively. They are designed to foster forward thinking, a bias for action, risk awareness, and fast decisions. Most WLV activitiesare one day in length and are offered at no cost to Wharton undergraduates. Expeditions, such as the , are longer and are priced to cover lodging, guides, meals, and other fees. Expeditions will return in the Fall of 2015.
The Wharton Undergrad Experience: ‘A Unique Way of Thinking’

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I would also question the notion that Whartonians don't need to pursue an MBA, for I would posit that many, if not most, Wharton undergrads eventually get one. Are they being stupid? Well, if you say that they don't need to pursue one, then I guess that the many that do must be stupid?

22% of Wharton undergrads come from outside the U.S.

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*Co-Chair Menelaos Mazarakis (W19, C19) is a sophomore in the Huntsman Program of International Studies and Business, a coordinated dual-degree program between the College of Arts and Sciences and the Wharton School. Originally from Athens, Greece, Menelaos grew up in Mexico and currently lives in a small town that is home to an inferior university, Princeton. He is interested in the intersection of finance and social impact, political science, and policy. He is on the Wharton Undergraduate Research Board and is doing independent research on impact investing. Previously he was involved with Social Impact Consulting and Penn International Impact Consulting. Outside of school Menelaos enjoys yoga, playing squash, and nature outings with friends. He is on the Greek national squash team and hopes to participate at the European Squash Championships later this year.

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First, the disagreement. Employers do not pay you for the number or type of degrees you have -- they pay you for generating more revenue, value, etc., than you cost the employer. If a Wharton undergraduate degree gives you all of the skills necessary to generate the maximum revenue you can generate for your employer, then you do not need an MBA. Many bigtime MBA programs require all students to take basic MBA courses. These courses may be repeats of undergraduate courses. If a Wharton undergrad program gives you a substantial amount of the training you would receive in an MBA program, then there is no need to get an MBA. Given the high quality of the Wharton undergrad program, it would not surprise me if a lot of these students don't think their knowledge and skills will increase dramatically by getting an MBA.