From the survey results, we're excited that Cartagena, Colombia was chosen as this year's Summit location. Last year we saw alumni from all over Asia gather in Bali to network and learn from Hult professors. This year, we anticipate even more alumni from the US, Latin and South America to join us in Cartagena for a weekend of networking and play. We hope you join us!
Hult International Business School is subsidizing the event. However, in order to participate, we need each participant to contribute USD 200 for their place. This will cover the conference itself, meals during the conference as well as some of the social activities that are planned.
Flights and Visas
General Visa Requirement
Passports must be valid for at least six (6) months from the date of arrival and visitors must have a valid return ticket.
Please visit this website to see if you are from a country that requires a Visa on Arrival, Short Visits without Visa, or a Visa before arrival.
To apply for a Visa before arrival, here is a list of Colombian embassy’s around the world.
What to expect at the airport
Avianca is the Colombian national airline that operates internationally. Airlines that frequently fly to Colombia include Delta Air Lines, Air France, Iberia, Air Plus Comet, Continental Airlines, American Airlines, Varig, Mexicana de Aviación and Aerolíneas Argentinas, among others.
You will most likely be flying to Rafael Núñez International Airport which is located in the city.
Other airports that connect to Cartagena are Bogota – El Dorado (BOG) which is also located in the city of Bogota. There are buses that leave every 20 minutes for the city center (travelling time 30 min). Miami Airport (MIA) also fly direct to Cartagena (CTG).
Please visit this website for more information.