Welcome to the W. P. Carey School of Business

Solutions for the planet mean developing problem-solvers from around the globe. From thousands of outstanding students who join us every year from around the world to our world-renowned faculty representing six continents, the W. P. Carey School welcomes diversity and encourages global thinking.

The W. P. Carey experience

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How to apply for financial aid

Returning to school for your master's degree is a big decision, and a major factor for most students is how to pay for their degree. See what you'll need and how to avoid common mistakes.

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Career fair prep in 3 quick steps

Follow these easy steps and learn how to market yourself more successfully — it can make the difference in getting your internship or full-time offer.

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A Reputation for Excellence

A reputation for excellence

A top-ranked business school with innovative and highly ranked degree programs (plus 300 days of sunshine a year).

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News and research

  • Employee voters follow the leader

    Featured by The New York Times, a team of researchers including W. P. Carey Associate Professor of Finance Ilona Babenko has found that the political leanings of CEOs greatly influence employee campaign contributions and electoral choices.

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  • Higher-resource colleges pay off

    Research by Eleanor Dillon, an assistant professor of economics at the W. P. Carey School, found that students attending higher-resource colleges have better chances of graduating and attaining higher-paying jobs later in life.

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  • Supply chain foresight

    Jointly sponsored by the W. P. Carey School, the Institute for Supply Chain Management, and member companies, CAPS Research delivers timely supply chain foresight for a profitable future, with an emphasis on issues that are being addressed by supply chain management organizations worldwide.

    Learn about CAPS Research

Students and alumni

Marketing team wins

A team of four W. P. Carey School students won the 2016 Produce for Better Health Foundation Formula 5 Marketing Competition, for their proposals to influence healthy food consumption in the United States.

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Follow his story

Juan Pablo Forno is the 2016 Outstanding Graduating Senior, and took an unconventional path to his education.

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Forward focus MBA

An innovative and flexible Full-time MBA curriculum allows a diverse group of students to pursue a degree on their terms.

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Upcoming events

Economic Club of Phoenix
Disruption in health care

Jan. 26, 2017

EMBA open house
Make your move

Feb. 4, 2017

Discovery Day
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Feb. 23, 2017

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