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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Improve your GMAT and GRE scores

The GMAT and GRE can seem like daunting obstacles for prospective graduate students, yet there are simple steps you can take to minimize mistakes. Take a look at our list and get prepared for test day.

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Get involved on campus

There are more than 1,000 registered student organizations at ASU. From making important connections to supporting a cause, there are many reasons to join a club, but we’ve chosen three to get you started.

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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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  • Everyone wins when more graduate from college

    Research by Dennis Hoffman, director of the L. William Seidman Research Institute at the W. P. Carey School, shows that increasing the number of college graduates in the workforce results in higher wages for all.

    Explore new insights
  • 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

Youngest MBA student

At only 19, Moshe Cavalin has earned a college degree and worked for NASA. Now, he's a W. P. Carey MBA student with an eye on the future.

Meet Moshe Cavalin

Outstanding Graduating Senior

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

ECP luncheon
NCAA President Mark Emmert

March 29, 2017

Part-time MBA lecture
See how an MBA is for everybody

April 6, 2017

Executive of the year luncheon
U-Haul Intl. President Joe Shoen

Apr. 19, 2017

more events