I had 8 business cards after my first year here. After the speed networking with professionals, I got 20 new business cards and networking contacts.
Even for me as an international student who studied two years at Wharton, I did learn many details from the 8-day intensive workshop. I wish I had the chance to attend the program when I first studied abroad.
For Asian students, we speak up only when we have something brilliant to say. Prof. Sicola pointed out, in U.S. classroom, participation is simply a way to show the professor that you are actually in the class.
Thank you so much for giving me the chance to learn how to be successful.
I was so touched by your caring and consideration. Please keep helping us international students be successful.
I wish the program is longer. It is exhausting but really fun. I am very lucky to meet with all of the professionals. Thank you for trying so hard to get the best for us.
Before I came, I thought I knew a lot but I found out there’s a lot I don’t know.
I was really impressed by your kindness, devoutness and passion!
I feel like I have an advantage vs. other students. I learned stuff, tried it, refined it and got new contacts.