Hult is a new kind of business school for the global generation. Complete a one-year Masters while immersing yourself in up to three of the world’s most influential cities—Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, New York, or Shanghai. Graduate with a global network and a vision that transcends borders by studying alongside students from over 150 nationalities.

Top 3 reasons to study here

  • Live your global education by studying in up to three cities in one year, including Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, Shanghai, and New York.
  • Our entrepreneurial graduates make a real impact in global business, which is why our top 10 employers include companies like KPMG, Amazon, and Google.
  • Ranked 13th Best Masters in Management in the world by The Economist and accredited by AACSB—a Hult degree is recognized globally for quality.

About

History

In 1964, the Management Education Institute in Boston was formed by Arthur D. Little, the world’s oldest management consulting firm. In 2003, the school was renamed to Hult International Business School, honoring benefactor Bertil Hult’s vision to educating international business leaders. Now ranked in the top 1% of global business schools, Hult offers MBA, Masters, EMBA, and undergrad programs. 

Education

Hult offers a Global One-Year MBA and a part-time Executive MBA, as well as one-year Masters programs in:

  • International Business
  • International Marketing
  • Finance
  • Business Analytics
  • Disruptive Innovation
What and how you’ll study at Hult is governed by one guiding principle: relevance. The curriculum, winner of the 2014 MBA Innovation Award from the Association of MBAs, has been designed to train you to succeed in today’s business world. As you learn technical business knowledge and theory, you’ll also continually apply it, strengthening your soft skills and expanding your capacity to lead.

Research

Our research covers topics relevant to businesses, organizations, and leaders. Hult’s current focus is on the areas of creating disruption and transforming behavior.

Creating disruption highlights strategies that anticipate and shape changes in international markets. What events and technology trigger a new strategy? How are strategies constructed and implemented? How well do specific strategies perform in multinational environments?

Transforming behavior relates to the continuous improvement of leadership practices. This involves data-driven assessment of the interventions and programs that generate the greatest long-term improvement in behavior of individuals, teams, and organizations in business.

Career

Get ready for a world of global career opportunities. Our entrepreneurial Masters graduates are known for making a real impact, which is why our top 10 employers include Google, KPMG, and Amazon. With 87% of our Masters students employed after 3 months at an average salary of $55,500, our graduates see a quick return on their investment after leaving Hult—with lasting results.

Working one-on-one with our dedicated career development teams on each campus, last year Hult graduates secured employment at 825 companies in over 60 countries

Bachelor's programmes

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Student Life

Campus life

We have locations in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, New York, and Shanghai. Only Hult allows you to complete a one-year degree while immersing yourself in up to three of the world’s most influential cities.

Student clubs

Enrich your academic experience and connect with students who share your interests by participating in campus clubs and societies. There are a growing number of student clubs launched every year, including business-oriented organizations, sports clubs, charitable groups, and more.

True to our entrepreneurial spirit, it’s the students who lead all clubs and societies at Hult. If we don’t currently have a club on campus that represents your interests, Student Services can help you to start your own.

Accreditation

  • New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) as authorized by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
  • The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International)
  • QAA
  • Association of MBAs (AMBA) (Only for the MBA program)
  • Massachusetts Department of Higher Education (Only for programs offered in Boston)

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