University of Pennsylvania

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University of Pennsylvania.

The University of Pennsylvania is a private Ivy League university in West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Many people call the university "Penn." It contains four undergraduate schools, which are for students without a college degree. These schools are nursing, arts and sciences, engineering, and Wharton, which is a famous business school. It had graduate schools-for those with a college degree- in medicine, business, law, dentistry, veterinary medicine, nursing, education, communication, design, and social policy. Their competitive teams are known as the Quakers.

45th President of the United States Donald Trump graduated here with a Bachelor of Science.

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  • "University of Pennsylvania". upenn.edu. Retrieved 2008-06-28.