The average profile for the Wharton EMBA is an individual over 30, with 8 years of experience, including 5 years of managerial experience. However, these numbers are not set in stone, as the Admissions committee for the Wharton Executive MBA evaluates each application individually, taking into consideration the applicant’s performance and career progression.
For example, leading a cross-company project or securing large strategic clients and deals will help you meet the admissions criteria for managerial experience. In the end, it is your impact on the organization and proven accomplishments that will make you an attractive candidate. Younger candidates with limited managerial experience may want to consider the Fellows program, which requires full financial sponsorship from their employer, a commitment that ranges from $167K to $174K (including room and board)Seeking an objective review of your Wharton EMBA essays? Need help deciding whether you have a chance getting into the Wharton EMBA program? Email to schedule a working session before the deadline. 
Wharton EMBA Essay Questions:

 There are 3 required essays and 1 optional essay: ESSAY 1 Required; 1000 word limit: What is your career objective and how will the Wharton MBA Program for Executives contribute to your attainment of these objectives?

ESSAY 2 Required; 1000 word limit. We’d like to get to know you beyond your professional life. You may tell us about the people or experiences that have shaped you, what inspires and motivates you, and anything interesting that we wouldn’t otherwise learn from your application.

ESSAY 3 Required; 500 word limit. Answer this question: Given your already demanding job and the desire to remain committed to important family and personal obligations, how do you plan to handle this additional demand on you?

Executive MBA Admissions tips:

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