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About Hult

For 50 years, we have enrolled top international students into our unique MBA and Master degree programs. Our campuses around the world train global business leaders who have real international experience.

About Hult International Business School

Hult International Business School is a top-ranked business school with campuses in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, and Shanghai. The school offers a range of business-focused MBA, Master and Undergraduate degree programs.

Hult International Business School was founded in 1964 and was formerly known as the Arthur D. Little School of Management. A part of Arthur D. Little Inc., the world’s first management consulting firm, the school was created to provide a thorough, practical management education for the middle managers of the firm’s clientele.

As the first fully accredited corporate university in the U.S., Hult’s faculty of outstanding teachers combine theoretical knowledge of their subject area with in-depth industry experience, imparting practical skills that enable graduates to “hit the ground running” on day one.

Hult is ranked in the top 100 business schools in the world by The Economist (2013), #4 for International Business and #2 for International Experience by the Financial Times (2014). Hult offers its students the unique opportunity to rotate between its six locations during their degree—making Hult the world’s only truly global school.

What makes us different?

A truly international student body.

Since its inception, Hult has focused on teaching students from around the world. The school currently enrolls over 2,000 postgraduate students per year who hold over 105 different nationalities. This makes Hult the tenth largest postgraduate business school in the world and a leading provider of international business talent.

One school, six global locations.

Hult is the pioneer of Action Learning, integrating classroom teaching with real-life situations. This is because business can only be learned by doing. Our curriculum is based on three components: “Learn, Experience, and Action Projects”—Hult’s LEAP Method. LEAP requires all students to go into the real world and apply the tools and concepts they have learned in the classroom to real business situations.