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Hult International Business School is a global institution that builds future international business leaders by providing an exceptionally valuable and enduring education, bringing together people, cultures, and ideas from over 120 different countries.

Hult encourages personal growth, intellectual integrity, global sensitivity, local engagement, and civic values so that students flourish in the global economy and are empowered to contribute meaningfully to their business and community.

Hult offers global, one-year Masters Degree and MBA programs in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, Shanghai, New York, and Ashridge Estate - U.K. along with a Global Rotation Program that enables students to study in up to 3 locations during their one-year program.

Areas of Expertise

Hult International Business School offers the following one-year graduate programs: MBA, Masters of International Business, Masters of International Marketing, Masters of Finance, Masters of Business Analytics, & Masters of Disruptive Innovation.

On Campus Housing

Please ask your Enrollment Advisor about housing options. The Student Services and Enrollment teams support students with resources for their housing search by connecting them with potential roommates and real estate agents in the area.

Off Campus Housing

Please ask your Director of Enrollment about housing options or visit

Incoming Students

The Student Services team is available for support, information, and guidance. From housing issues and visa concerns to the best restaurants in town, the Student Services door is always open. The team is dedicated to the welfare of our students and is committed to helping you make the most of your time at Hult.

Career Planning

In order to prepare our students for their international careers after their one-year programs, Hult offers Career Development opportunities led by dedicated and experienced professionals. The Hult Career Development department provides students with all of the resources they need to succeed after graduation. Even before they step onto campus, students begin preparing themselves for their careers through webinars and personalized advising. Here are some of the skills students develop:

  • Build your resume, portfolio and network of professional contacts.
  • Learn to use strategies in career building, including individual decision-making.
  • Learn how to approach, design, and write effective resumes, cover letters, and job applications.
  • Improve your presentation and interview skills.


There are various Sports Clubs such as football and basketball at our campuses based on student interest.


Each incoming cohort of students has an elected body called the Hult Student Association (HSA). This group meets with representatives of the school on a monthly basis to ensure that student voices are heard and that their views are represented on matters that impact the student experience.


There are a variety of interesting ways to get involved on campus. You may consider establishing a club yourself to show your commitment to an industry or to pursue an area of interest. At Hult, you will never be lacking for something to do, and you will always be able to find someone to do it with! Friendships formed over the year are some of the most memorable parts of the business school experience.

Information Technology

Hult's campuses pride themselves on being on the cutting edge in technology innovation. There are dedicated IT teams available to help students and faculty with all of their tech questions and needs. Team rooms are equipped with televisions and webcams that connect students with other team rooms in the building or on our other global campuses. There is WiFi throughout campus and numerous online resources for students such as MyHult where they can view their schedule and register for activities.


At Hult, we emphasize celebrating diversity and bridging cultures. It is expected that students, as future leaders in their respective fields around the world, will develop the thorough and necessary cross-cultural skills to overcome barriers that cultural divides often pose. Student Services plan a full range of activities to help you take advantage of your time in the campus city and help you learn as much as possible about other cultures. Students are encouraged to participate both in the planning and in the celebrations shared throughout the year.

Special Services

Hult’s Executive Speaker Series brings guests from a wide range of industries to campus to speak to students on a regular basis. From Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple, to Michael Dukakis, former U.S. Presidential candidate and former Governor of Massachusetts, Hult attracts an impressive array of guest speakers. We make sure you get out of the classroom and in front of some of the best business people and companies out in the market. Hult organizes visits to a variety of companies, exposing you to current business realities; past visits have included a private tour of Bao Steel, one of the world’s largest steel companies, based in Shanghai.

Previous speakers on campus include:

  • Steve Wozniak, Co-founder, Apple Inc.
  • Michael Dukakis, former U.S. Presidential candidate and former Governor of Massachusetts
  • Ronald Jonash, Head of Innovation, Monitor
  • Ulrich Nielsen, CTO, Merrimack Pharmaceutical
  • Jonathan Rowe, COO, GeneExpress
  • David Contrada, Partner, Palladium
  • Anil Kapur, formerly of the World Bank, Citigroup, and McKinsey & Co.
  • Howard E. McNally, former COO, AT&T

Affiliated Institutions

Hult International Business School recently merged with Ashridge Business School in the United Kingdom, bringing together the resources of two exceptional institutions. Now the gorgeous Ashridge Estate, approximately 40 minutes outside of London, is a Hult rotational campus.

International Involvement

The Hult Prize Foundation is a start-up accelerator for budding young social entrepreneurs emerging from the universities around the world. Named as one of the top five ideas changing the world by President Bill Clinton and TIME Magazine, the annual competition for the Hult Prize aims to identify and launch the most compelling social business ideas: start-up enterprises that tackle grave issues faced by billions of people. Winners receive USD $1 Million in seed capital, as well as mentorship and advice from the international business community.

Campus Tour

Please ask your Enrollment Advisor about planning your campus visit, or register for an upcoming event on our website:

Modified on January 09, 2019

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