How To Get Into Wharton

It's a four-step process that may not result in actually getting into Wharton but will leave you $595 poorer.
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FNCE 104: Nothing's Free.

Step one: Give Wharton $595. Step two: Take Wharton’s new online Business Foundations course. Step three: Excel.

Complete all three steps, and Wharton will let you apply for free. Or, you could skip those steps and just pay the regular $265 application fee.

The new series, which is set to begin in April, comprises four courses: accounting, finance, marketing and operations management, as well as a capstone project in which students apply newly acquired skills to real-world problems, the school said. The school has initial partnership agreements with Indian e-commerce site Snapdeal.com and music site Shazam Entertainment Ltd. to field students’ projects.

Wharton’s New Online Courses Include Incentives [WSJ]

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