Hult Shanghai

Reach for the Sky in Shanghai

Join the changing economic landscape at our business school in Shanghai.

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Programs Offered*

*Programs offered on Hult’s Shanghai campus are not available for Chinese nationals. We encourage Chinese nationals to apply to Hult’s other campuses in Boston, San Francisco, London, and Dubai.

Student Testimony

"Studying in Shanghai was an amazing experience for me as a business professional, and I will be able to leverage the knowledge I gained throughout my career. Day-to-day activities such as catching a taxi or ordering dinner were always a challenge, but showed me the importance of interacting with locals and figuring out different ways to communicate. It was also fascinating to see first-hand how companies conduct business in China; you’d better start building relationships now if you’re interested in doing business in the region!"

Alexander Franklin
United States
Class of 2010

Campus Facilities

Perfectly placed

You’ll study at our People’s Square campus, at the very center of Shanghai. Surrounded by soaring skyscrapers that house the city’s commercial, financial, and municipal buildings, there’s an uplifting and energizing atmosphere on the square. Walk along Shanghai’s most famous shopping street, Nanjing Road, visit the outstanding Shanghai Museum, and eat lunch in the green spaces of People’s Park – all located minutes from Hult’s Shanghai campus. Public transport makes exploring the rest of the city easy, and our free student accommodation is a short commute away.

Award-winning facilities

Our campuses have won awards for their modern design and functionality. Built for student interaction and collaboration, they provide a sociable and stimulating environment to work in. Study in style with our Shanghai campus’s state-of-the-art classrooms, computer laboratories, and student lounges.


Your international classmates

One Year MBA at Hult

We don’t have “international students”, all our students are international. Our classrooms bring together individuals from across the globe to create an enriching educational experience, everyday. Working alongside professionals from up to 140 nationalities, speaking 105 languages, you get a global perspective that goes far beyond the classroom.

*International students map is representative of the MBA 2013 intake.

Current MBA program student profiles:

Gender   Age   Regions of origin   Work experience  
Female 28% <25 4% North America
23% 1-3 years
Male 72% 25-29 53% Europe
21% 3-5 years 19%
    30-34 39% South America
16% 6 years or more 33%
    35-39 5% Asia 33%    
    40+ 1% Africa
        Australia 1%    

Current Master program student profiles:

Gender   Age   Regions of origin   Work experience  
Female 35% <25 77% Europe 47% 1-3 years
Male 66% 25-29 22% North America
19% 3-5 years 18%
    30-34 0% Asia 25% 6 years or more 3%
    35-39 0% South America 6%    
    40+ 1% Africa 2%    
        Australia 1%