Global Consulting Practicum

Global Consulting Practicum (GCP), an elective, cross-functional, globally oriented course challenged MBA students to explore problems of international business and gain the skills of consulting. Since 1978, over 1,000 Wharton MBA and executive MBA students helped more than 250 companies develop market entry strategies for North America and elsewhere, and have added over $300 million in annual sales to their clients’ U.S. revenues.

The Global Consulting Practicum course is no longer being offered. Explore Wharton’s other global and consulting opportunities, including:
• Field Application Projects
• Global Modular Courses
• Global Immersion Programs
• Wharton Global Impact Consultants Program

 

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The 4 Major Lessons I Learned From My Consulting Project in Australia

  I visited Brisbane, Australia as part of the Global Consulting Practicum (GCP) program. The GCP connects five students from Wharton and five students from a partner university to work on a real-life consulting project for a client based outside the US. In our case, we partnered with the UniversityRead More

Q&A: What I Learned from Consulting in Australia

The Wharton Global Consulting Practicum (GCP) is a cross-functional course given within the curriculum of the Wharton MBA program that gives students real-world experience with partner universities around the world. We caught up with Mohit Virendra about his experience in Australia and what he learned.   Q: First, tell us a little aboutRead More

Global Consulting Practicum in BrazilBrazilian Global Consulting Practicum in the Executive MBA

Wharton EMBA students have opportunities to do deep dives into a variety of topics around the world from consulting to supply chains to social impact. Last semester, Philadelphia student Todd Sierer tried his hand at consulting when he participated in the Global Consulting Practicum (GCP), an elective course. Last spring,Read More

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