Run by the Jerome Fisher Program in Management & Technology in partnership with Penn Engineering and the Wharton School, M&TSI features classes taught by leading Penn faculty and successful entrepreneurs, an intensive team prototyping project, and other activities designed to give students the opportunity to learn about the principles and practice of technological innovation. Courses are taught by full-time Wharton and Penn Engineering faculty, and students explore Penn's business and engineering offerings, hearing guest lectures from prominent faculty recognized as leaders in their field.
Students will earn college credit while developing high-tech ventures and receiving feedback from Penn faculty and seasoned entrepreneurs. Connections with M&T Program and Penn Alumni, as well as industry leaders at firms like Google and Morgan Stanley, help students establish a network that extends beyond the classroom.Learn More
Program Dates: July 10-30, 2022
Priority Application Deadline: February 1, 2022
Priority Decisions Released: April 11, 2022
Final Application Deadline: April 1, 2022
Final Decisions Released: rolling basis
The M&TSI program is committed to supporting academically ambitious students with demonstrated financial need.
Through a variety of need-based scholarships and financial awards, this program is able to provide full or partial funding for a select number of
eligible program participants. Scholarship applications will open in late November.
Philadelphia has something for everyone! The University of Pennsylvania is located in the vibrant and diverse city of Philadelphia. Outside of class, immerse yourself in Philadelphia’s history and culture with supervised visits to art museums, parks, historic sites, and more.
Take a walk down Locust Walk in the heart of campus, visit Ben on the Bench, or admire the campus architecture and tree-lined walkways. Penn is known for its extraordinary athletic and recreational facilities, too. Organize pick-up games or play tennis with a friend at the Hamlin Tennis Center. Become part of the tradition and history that is Penn!
*All activities are subject to change based on current safety protocols.
On-Campus program fees include: Full academic and term fees include 1 college credit unit from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, use of Penn academic facilities and labs, on-campus housing, two meals a day Monday-Friday, two meals on Sunday (no meals Saturday due to excursions/activities), extracurricular activities and trips, student supervision, and Engineering lab materials.
Not included: Non-refundable $100 application fee, travel to/from Penn’s campus, class materials; off-campus meals; medical expenses; laundry; and personal spending money.