The Wharton Way to Wall Street

The school's reputation and its extensive alumni network are key assets for undegrads looking for that first job out of school

Working for a large investment bank or consulting firm is no longer the automatic path undergraduates take after they graduate from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. While power players recruit heavily on campus and their alumni are extremely active, an increasing number of students are heading toward smaller firms, like hedge funds and private equity shops.

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