Most students admitted to Wharton for an MBA hail from a select set of companies. These companies are not mom and pop stores in Hoboken. Rather, it’s major consulting and finance firms. So who leads the list? McKinsey. One of the most – if not the most – self-selecting of the major consulting firms. And the MBA admissions process is indeed self-selecting. Schools like Wharton tend to admit Ivy League grads who landed great gigs working for firms like Bain, McKinsey, and Morgan Stanley. Let’s take a look at the “Poets & Quants” list of companies that serve as feeder companies to Wharton MBA admission. This MBA admission by company list was composed by John A. Byrne and compiled through the use of social networks like Facebook and LinkedIn.

Companies Supplying Wharton MBA, Ivy League MBA Admission, Wharton MBA Admission, MBA Program Admissions

Wharton students tend to hail from companies like McKinsey, Bain, Goldman Sachs, and JP Morgan.

1. McKinsey & Co. 

2. Boston Consulting Group

3. Bain & Co.

4. Goldman Sachs

4. JP Morgan

5. Morgan Stanley

6. Deloitte

6. U.S. Army

6. Booz & Co.

9. Barclays Bank

9. Accenture

9. Oliver Wyman

13. Google

13. LEK Consulting

15. American Express

15. Deutsche Bank

15. UBS

15. Microsoft

19. Procter & Gamble

19. World Bank

19. Monitor Group

19. Bank of America

23. Blackstone Group

23. A.T. Kearney

23. Credit Suisse

23. Huron Consulting Group 

What do you think about the same set of companies supplying MBA programs like Wharton with so many of their students? Let us know what you think by posting below!

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