Hult International Business School is a global institution that transforms lives by providing an exceptionally valuable and enduring education that brings together people, cultures, and ideas from all around the world. The School encourages personal growth, intellectual integrity, global sensitivity, local engagement, and civic values, so that students are able to flourish in the global economy and are empowered to contribute meaningfully to their business and community.
Global Campus Rotation
Hult offers students a unique opportunity to see the world while they study. During your program you can start anywhere and go anywhere. In the Global Campus Rotation, you can pick your home campus and then spend up to three months studying at two others. Students could begin in Boston, then travel to Shanghai via London or São Paulo, or San Francisco via Dubai or New York. You’ll get an inside look at the world’s fastest-growing economies and examine international business practices close-up. Almost 90% of our students choose Hult because they are interested in this option, and over half of our students spend time on more than one campus.
Unrivaled Global Perspective
Today’s global economy rewards people who can traverse borders, understand cultures, and operate in international contexts. Hult provides you with an unrivaled, intimate global experience, working alongside peers from 135 nationalities speaking 105 languages, learning from faculty with American, European, and emerging market expertise. Hult students graduate with the ability to thrive in international business and adapt rapidly to changing global environment.
Top-ranked Business School
Hult continues its rapid ascent in business school rankings, currently ranking in the top 1% of all business schools. Hult is ranked #21 in the US and #31 in the world by the Economist (2012) and #57 in the world by the Financial Times (2013). Hult also ranks in the Financial Times top 10 for international business, international experience, and international mobility.
Hands-on Business Experience
Unlike other business schools that are research-oriented, most of Hult’s faculty have real-world experience. Many have worked for companies like P&G, Sony, and Credit Suisse, while others have run their own businesses or created their own patents. Hult empowers students to develop real-world skills by completing a six week Action Project consulting for a leading company or non-profit like Samsung, IBM, Nike, or One Laptop per Child. This reinforces our mission to prepare job-ready graduates who can deliver results from day one.
American-style graduate programs have long been the premier standard in business education. Hult International Business School is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and Association of MBAs (AMBA). That means that no matter where you decide to pursue your Master, you will graduate with a U.S.-accredited degree.
Hult is on the cutting edge of business education in several key areas: emerging markets, digital marketing, social entrepreneurship, and crowdsourcing. The school has launched the first marketing program dedicated to digital marketing, search engine technology, and the impact of social media. In addition, you have the option to specialize in project management concurrent to pursuing your degree. The school also organizes the world’s largest business school competition for the Hult Prize (formerly known as the Hult Global Case Challenge) which crowd sources ideas from students all over the world to help leading companies and nonprofit organizations tackle a major social challenge.
Lifelong International Connections
Hult immediately takes your network to a global level. Your classmates will hail from over 135 nations and speak 105 languages. This unparalleled diversity not only creates lifelong friendships and worldwide connections but also provides you with first-hand experience working in multinational teams—foundational skills for a global executive.
A practical business education
In 1964, Hult International Business School was established as America's first corporate university, then known as the Arthur D. Little School of Management. ADL focused on delivering a practical business education for managers. The teaching pedagogy adopted was different from other business schools because it emphasized "action learning" - applying classroom theory in the real world. This methodology was honed over 40 years and is central to Hult's pioneering approach to practical business education today.