Ranked among the best
Our strong position in the rankings is a good measure of the positive impact our education has on our student’s lives and careers. We are consistently ranked in top 1% of business schools by the Financial Times, putting us on the same level as business schools with hundreds of years more history. We’re very proud of that and how it demonstrates the effectiveness of our progressive approach to business education.
Today, we are the world’s most international business school. With locations in six of the world’s most influential business capitals, degree programs designed 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, our students gain a truly global perspective, wherever they study with us.
We are a school run by business people, for business people. The school was founded on entrepreneurial values by one of Europe’s most successful businessmen; our senior management, and our faculty all have business experience as well as an impeccable academic background. Everything we do, everything we teach, is informed by the realities of business. That’s why we focus on developing skills and experience, as well as knowledge. Because in business, it’s not just what you know that counts, it’s what you can do.
To ensure our programs are also meeting our student’s expectations, students complete course evaluations, across all faculty members, programs and campuses. Our extremely high graduation and retention rates also demonstrate how satisfied our students are with their choice of business school.
Innovation in education
Adapting to change in the world is not enough. Our goal is to lead positive change, and to graduate people who can do the same in their industries and communities. This means more than being open to new ideas, it means actively seeking out new and better ways of doing things. We created Talent Solutions, which is redefining how business schools interact with employers to place their graduates. We are the first business school to completely redesign its curriculum based on what employers want from graduates. And we’re only just getting started.
Change for good
We believe in the power of ideas. We have seen how a good business idea can change lives for the better. That’s why we helped create the Hult Prize, the biggest student entrepreneurship competition in the world and movement for social good. Founded by a Hult alumni, funded by the Hult family and in partnership with former U.S. president Bill Clinton, teams of students from all over world to compete to win USD1 million of investment in their idea that will change the world for the better.