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America’s First Daughter – Where Did She Study? – Ivanka Trump Education

Published: March 16, 2017

In our “Where did they study?” article series we examine the educational resumes of timely & relevant figures in business, politics, technology, science, sports, arts and media.

Ivanka Trump Education


Ivanka Trump is much more than just the president’s daughter. The businesswoman, author, TV personality and former model boasts an impressive resume to say the least, and is now seemingly gaining more influence than most presidential daughters in the past. Travelling alongside the potus on international diplomatic missions, Ivanka is now mingling with the world’s most powerful. Although she does not hold any official position as part of the Trump administration, she is considered an unofficial advisor to the president. We decided to take a closer look at the Ivanka Trump Education – how was she groomed for the spotlight?

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Naturally, one gets much for free when being born the daughter of a business magnate and president, but Ivanka Trump education speaks for itself and show dedication and hard work. After graduating from boarding school in Connecticut, Ivanka enrolled at Georgetown University. However, following family tradition, she transferred to Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania in her Junior year. Her father is known for bragging about his alma mater, and two of Ivanka’s siblings, younger sister Tiffany and older brother Donald Jr. also received degrees from the very same institution. Ivanka herself graduated from Wharton Cum Laude in 2004 with a degree in Economics.

Since 2009, Ivanka is married Jared Kushner, a fellow Ivy League graduate and child of a real estate magnate. Jared shares Ivanka’s interest in politics as he is, since recently, the senior advisor to the president. Click the link to find out more about Jared Kushner education.

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