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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.
 

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.”
 

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 Angela Shen

By Mariana Velasco Who is Angela? What are some words that describe you? I am a freshman from the Philly suburbs – which is also where I am staying during the semester – and I am targeting Mandarin. I’m very creative, and I have an artistic side – I especially love to write. I enjoy asking ...Read More

HuntSpeak: Interviewing Allison Gorokhovsky

By Connie Lin Who is Allison? I’m a senior in Huntsman with my target language in Russian. I’m doing a concentration in strategic management in Wharton and an additional major in Russian and Eastern European studies in the College. I grew up in Los Angeles, but my family is from Kiev, Ukraine. Was Huntsman what you expected? It’s ...Read More

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