Top ranked by the Financial Times
We are proud to be part of the Financial Times 100 Top Business schools in 2013. This ranking is one of the most highly regarded because it is based on the success of the alumni in the workplace. The ranking combines a number of measures including salary increase and career progress, the data for which is all supplied by the alumni themselves. The school's inclusion in this ranking of the world’s top business schools reflects its competitiveness in all of the following dimensions:
- 4th for International Business
- 7th for International Course Experience
- 8th for International Faculty
- 10th for International Mobility
- 57th best business school in the world
Top ranked by The Economist
The Economist’s evaluation of top business schools is distinguished by its student-centric and global comparison of full-time MBA programs around the world. Out of the hundred top business schools qualified to participate in the survey, Hult is highly competitive in both its diversity and career statistics. We particularly stood out as one of the very few U.S. schools to offer an MBA program in multiple locations around the world.
- 1st for international exchange opportunities
- 1st for diversity of industries recruiting graduates
- 5th in Internationalism of Alumni
- 5th in Percentage Increase on Pre-MBA Salary
- 34th best business school in the U.S.
- 59th best business school in the world
Discover why Forbes calls Hult,
"compelling" and "disruptive"
Download the MBA brochure to find out why Hult is described as "compelling" and "disruptive" in Forbes and President Bill Clinton calls Hult "one of (his) favorite partnerships" in Time magazine.