Top-ranked business school
Hult continues its rapid ascent in world-renowned business school rankings, currently placing among the top 1% of all business schools. Hult is ranked #34 in the U.S. and #59 in the world by The Economist (2013); and ranked the #57th Best Business School in the World by the Financial Times (2013). Hult also ranks in the Financial Times' Top 10 for International Business, International Experience, International Mobility, International Faculty, and International Board.
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). This means that no matter where you decide to pursue your program with Hult, you will graduate with a U.S.-accredited degree.
Hult’s unique Global Rotation
Today’s global economy rewards people who can traverse borders, understand diverse cultures, and operate in international contexts. Hult offers you an amazing chance to see the world while you study alongside peers of 140 nationalities, collectively speaking 105 languages. As part of the Global Rotation Program, you can pick your home campus and then spend up to three months studying at two others. Begin your degree program in Boston, then travel to Shanghai via London, 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.
Faculty who possess hands-on business experience
Unlike other business schools that are research-oriented, Hult’s faculty has real-world experience. Many have worked for companies like McKinsey, Coca-Cola, and Credit Suisse, while others have run their own businesses
or developed their own patents. Hult’s professors have taught and worked in developed economies and emerging markets, providing you with a unique lens on international business.