MSE Program in San Francisco

 

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Social Entrepreneurship in the start-up capital of the world



Hult’s pioneering Master of Social Entrepreneurship, with its home campus in San Francisco, gives you the skills necessary to be a creative problem-solver, develop innovative projects, and champion pressing social issues while living in the heart of a technologically innovative and social-minded city. During your studies, you can take part in the Business without Borders forum, work with the retail industry panel to create a fashion show benefiting United Way, and network with corporate executives and government officials during periodic speeches and seminars held on campus. Graduates will be empowered with the necessary skills and knowledge to act as effective leaders of change, either via new ventures of their own or through existing for-profit, non-profit, or government institutions.

San Francisco is a center for global business and financial hub, home to the world’s high-tech industries, and a leader in biotechnology and medical science research. At the center of the Web 2.0 revolution, the Bay Area is at the ultimate hub for green technology, venture capitalism, and launching ventures to make the world a better place. With so many leading frontrunners at your doorstep, you have tremendous access to networking opportunities that can help you launch your career. If you aspire to become a social entrepreneur with the skills to passionately lead change, the Hult San Francisco campus is the location for you.

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Become a part of Hult’s commitment to social change


Every year, the Hult Prize and Clinton Global Initiative bring together students from around the world to develop solutions for some of the world's most pressing social issues. By participating in the Hult Prize, the world's largest business school competition, you have the opportunity to work with a team to create innovative business solutions and strategies to help solve one of the world's most dire social challenges. Organizations that have been involved in the competition include Habitat for Humanity, Solar Aid, One Laptop per Child, and Water.org. Are you ready to acquire the skills and knowledge to put your ideas into action? 

  • Dr. Green is an American economist who, until recently lived in Asia since the mid-1980s. He received his undergraduate education at the California Institute of Technology and his Ph.D. from Columbia University. He has served as an economist on the U.S. Federal Reserve Board in Washington, D.C. and as a tenured professor of economics at Hosei University, Tokyo. For most of the last two decades he worked at the Asian Development Bank. In both Southeast Asia and in Central Asia he drafted country strategies and conducted research on a wide variety of economic topics.

    Dr. David Green
    Professor of Global Economics
    PhD: Columbia University

  • “I love the diversity here in San Francisco; I had been here before and loved it, so when I realized there was a campus here, I knew it was the one.”

    -Niketa Malhotra
    India, MSE 2013

On the Map

Hult’s San Francisco campus is located near Levi’s Plaza, adjacent to historic Telegraph Hill. The entire city of San Francisco and surrounding Bay Area are easily accessible by public transportation. And you’re within walking distance of the Financial District, Fisherman’s Wharf, and Union Square’s vibrant cultural and shopping venues. Formerly the headquarters of a dot-com, Hult San Francisco’s campus boasts a 60,000 square-foot, ultra contemporary study environment. Amenities include amphitheater-style classrooms, a video conferencing station, student breakout rooms, and stylish student lounges, all with high-speed wireless access.