In 1964, Hult International Business School was established in Boston as America's first corporate university, then known as the Arthur D. Little School of Management. Focused on delivering a practical business education for managers, the teaching pedagogy was different from other business schools because it emphasized "action learning" – applying classroom theory in the real world. In 2003, one of Europe's most successful entrepreneurs, Bertil Hult, had a vision to create the world’s first global business school. And Hult International Business School was born.
Today, we are the world’s most international business school. With locations in six of the world’s most influential business capitals, degree programs engineered to enable students to move between campuses, a student body representing more than 140 nationalities, and a faculty that combine global experience with local expertise.