AdmissionsThe Fisher Program in Management & Technology is a highly competitive program, with annual admission limited to 50 students. Applicants come from around the globe with varied backgrounds and interests, creating a diverse and special freshmen class each year.
High school students applying to the M&T Program complete the University
Please note that because of the selective nature of the M&T Program, students who are applying may also elect a single degree choice on their application as a secondary choice to the Program. This single degree choice will only be considered after all opportunities for placement in the M&T Program have been exhausted.
Requirements for AdmissionIt is difficult to provide a set formula for admissions into the M&T Program. However, we can share what the profile of an M&T Student looks like:
M&T students are exceptional individuals. They excel academically, particularly in math and science courses and have taken a rigorous course load in high school. They are driven and motivated to succeed. Their extracurricular activities display true leadership and initiative above their peers. They have interests in both business and engineering as well as in the intersection of the two disciplines. A desire to learn and be challenged is also central to the M&T student. M&T students are well-rounded, social, and certainly value a strong academic program.
QuestionsThe Office of Undergraduate Admissions is the central resource for all admissions questions and inquiries from prospective students. Your Penn Regional Admissions Director is an important connection to make and someone who can assist you with questions regarding admissions statistics and applications materials.
More specific questions for the M&T Program should be directed to the M&T Office (email@example.com).
Visiting CampusProspective students are always welcome to stop by the M&T Office to receive further information. You can schedule an appointment prior to your visit or drop in the office when you get to campus. The M&T Office is located at 3537 Locust Walk in the center of campus. View Map