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Wall Street 101

Invest in Your Future

Wall Street 101 is a competitive experiential learning program for rising high school juniors and seniors interested in global finance and investing, including stocks, bonds, currencies and commodities. The sessions, designed in an age-appropriate manner, introduce students to the art and science of trading, investing, and managing a portfolio. In small classes led by Bentley-trained faculty with industry experience, students participate in lectures, case analyses, interactive trading simulations and presentations by Wall Street professionals.

All courses integrate industry-standard software with exercises and assignments to develop capital markets knowledge. In addition to class time, students work in teams to prepare stock pitches, portfolio management presentations and/or macroeconomic simulations. Students attending courses on our beautiful campus will gain hands-on experience in our world-class trading room and attend off-campus presentations at firms in the Boston area.

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Schedule

Courses are offered online and on campus this summer. Check out the dates of upcoming courses and formats. 

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Tuition and Aid

Tuition varies by format and scholarships are available. View application requirements and deadlines for priority consideration eligibility.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Trading Room

Wall Street 101 students learn in this state-of-the-art teaching and research center where they gain firsthand exposure to financial concepts such as trading, portfolio construction, corporate finance and risk management. The 5,000 square-foot facility comprises two parts: the main trading floor and the adjacent business suite. In aggregate, the Trading Room is equipped with 60 Hewlett Packard workstations — each with a dual 19" NEC flat panel display — and 24 Bloomberg terminals. Each workstation is equipped with real-time data and leading financial technologies.

 

 

Thanks to Wall Street 101, I now have far greater insight into what I want to study in college. The atmosphere in class was lively and engaging, not only because of the teachers, but also the students I met from across the globe.
Brendan K.
Medway High School

Contact

Wall Street 101 Inquiries: ws101@bentley.edu

Hughey Center for Financial Services: tradingroom@bentley.edu