Although you will be on one language track (or two, if you reach Superior on the OPI quickly enough and qualify for a second language), you can be as global as you like. Along with the community, this global focus been Lauder's biggest draw for me.
I'd worked globally before Wharton, and even though I'd studied Arabic, everything from my application and Lauder global political economy classes to my India internship and China/Africa GKL has focused on the global level. This is transferring directly to a strategy role for global education at Microsoft after graduation. I've been much more interested in the relationships between regions than the Middle East alone.
Your focus in the program is very much what you make of it.
WL'12 (graduating in 15 days!)