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WHY HUNTSMAN

The Huntsman Program in International Studies & Business is Penn’s unique undergraduate four-year jointly administered coordinated dual degree program in language, the liberal arts, and business. The Huntsman Program supports the development of globally-minded scholars who become engaged citizens, creative innovators, and ethical leaders in the public, private, and non-profit sectors in the United States and across the globe.
 

STUDENT PROFILES

The Huntsman Program journey is unique for every student. The student and alumni profiles tell their stories and demonstrate how their paths as Huntsman students shaped their experiences at Penn and beyond.

THE HUNTSMAN PROGRAM PREPARES STUDENTS TO BECOME GLOBAL LEADERS IN TODAY’S COMPLEX AND INTERCONNECTED WORLD.

NEWS

HuntSpeak: Talking to Rona Ashaboglu

By Willow Wilkes Tell me about yourself. My name is Rona, and I’m a rising sophomore in the Huntsman Program.  I was born in the US and lived there until I was 11 years old.  Then, due to family circumstances, an extended family vacation in Turkey turned into an extended stay.  Originally the plan was to stay ...Read More

HuntSpeak: Talking to Ziyan Wu

By Willow Wilkes Tell me about yourself.   My name is Ziyan Wu, and I’m a Chinese international student from Hangzhou, which is a city close to Shanghai.  My target language is German and my potential Wharton concentration is Finance. What drew you to the Huntsman program?   I really love the international focus of the Huntsman program, and I thought ...Read More

STATEMENT ON INSTITUTIONAL RACISM & STRUCTURAL INEQUALITY

 

“The Huntsman Program leadership stands in solidarity with members of the Black community grieving these recent killings as well as with any and all who continue to feel vulnerable, marginalized, and discriminated against as a result of their race, origin, religion, sex or sexual orientation.”
 

CONTACT US

3732 Locust Walk
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6231

T: 215.898.2058
E: huntsman.isb@wharton.upenn.edu