Zurich, Switzerland

Please note, the deadline to register is 11:59 PM EST on Wednesday, April 24, 2024.

If you have any questions regarding the program, please contact us at info@bschooltravel.com.

Trip Overview
Important Registration Information

Please see below for important trip information and registration support.

Kameha Grand Zurich Hotel Address

Dufaux-Strasse 1, 8152 Opfikon, Switzerland

  • When registering, please create an account so you can log back in to change any information, if needed.

  • Please select quantity “1” for the trip package during registration. All other extras are optional depending on your travel plans.

  • If you would like to include any pre/post-nights at the hotel, please select the total number of nights you would like to include during the check-out process.

  • Please note, pre/post-nights are based on availability. If you purchased an add-on and there is no availability at that time, you will be notified immediately and refunded in full for any additional add-ons that were not available.

  • Please note, any bookings (deposit, trip package, pre/post-nights, etc.) are fully non-refundable after April 24, 2024.

  • Given any the deposit and any add-ons are non-refundable after April 24, 2024, we strongly advise students to purchase travel insurance. You can purchase travel insurance using the link here, or find your carrier of choice in an open marketplace.

Global learning has been an important aspect of Wharton’s MBA Program for Executives since day one. Every year, students choose from several locations for Global Business Week (GBW), which means each location will have a mix of Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Global students. During this intensive week of corporate visits and lectures, students engage with senior management to discuss topics relevant to the region.
Switzerland, renowned for its stability and financial prowess, boasts a sophisticated and robust financial sector. The country is home to some of the world’s largest multinational banks and serves as a global hub for wealth management, private banking, and investment services. Its financial landscape is characterized by strict regulations, adherence to privacy laws, and a tradition of discretion, making it an attractive destination for high-net-worth individuals and corporations seeking financial security and confidentiality. The Swiss financial market is also marked by innovation, with the emergence of fintech startups and a growing emphasis on sustainable finance. Overall, Switzerland’s financial sector continues to play a significant role in the global economy, contributing to the nation’s reputation as a premier destination for financial services.