The Wharton Undergraduate Real Estate Club is dedicated to educating the Penn community about the real estate industry and exposing the undergraduate student body to the various opportunities in the field. It seeks to provide an intellectual environment that not only allows students to learn, but also to network and build meaningful foundations for success in real estate. Whether you want to learn about investing, job opportunities, or general education, if you have any interest in real estate, or want to learn more, please feel free to go to the contact page and request to be added to the listserv. Then, look out for upcoming speakers, social events, and classes! Currently Accepting Members.
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Since , the Wharton School has offered a real estate major for MBA students, training future leaders for the challenges and opportunities of the real estate industry. Over the course of its year history, the real estate MBA major has provided students with the quantitative and qualitative tools necessary to shape the future of the industry, with courses such as Investments, Development and Real Estate Law. While Wharton MBA real estate students learn business fundamentals and gain the breadth of depth of knowledge in real estate in the classroom, they also put their knowledge to work outside of the classroom in industry-focused clubs and conferences. The Wharton Real Estate Club hosts speaker series and professional training sessions in Argus and in financial modeling. Wharton real estate MBA students benefit from the opportunity to learn from accomplished researchers and industry professionals through the Samuel Zell and Robert Lurie Center for Real Estate. The Wharton MBA curriculum is broken into these 3 categories: 9.
Volunteers Needed!! The speaker series committee would like needs you! This committee is responsible for identifying, inviting and presenting the Wharton community with interesting and stimulating speakers. Monthly meetings are held to keep the committee in discussion, connected and productive.
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