Overlooking the Charles River, our Boston campus enjoys some of the nicest views of any school in Boston. Located centrally in Cambridge, it also places you among some of
the world’s brightest minds, most prestigious universities, and biggest businesses.
Hult's Boston campus is just a short walk from historic downtown and everything the city has to offer. Nightlife, restaurants, comedy clubs, museums and Boston's many cultural attractions are all within easy reach. Excellent public transportation makes residential neighborhoods easily accessible.
Facilities at Hult Boston include eight lecture halls, 53 team rooms, a multimedia resource center, student kitchens and lounges, and a games room. The patio of our on-site restaurant and bar looks out onto North Point Park. Great gyms, pools, yoga studios, cafés, and miles of riverside trails are all within walking distance.
Team rooms all with multimedia access make collaboration easy.
Stories of state-of-the-art classrooms and common space make Hult one of Boston’s largest business schools.
Sun-drenched atriums are but a few of the award-winning architectural features to be found at Hult Boston.
The only segment of the Berlin Wall outside Europe sits on our front entrance.
Hult Boston is a very rewarding place to be. Every day you are challenged to engage in critical thinking and take your studies to a new level.
Director of Finance
The Atlanta Opera
American, Class of 2013
Earning your Master of International Banking in Boston will expose you to major players in the financial world, serving as a springboard to launch your global career.
One of America's most historic cities, Boston's reputation as the center of academia comes from the many great minds that have studied here. More than 300 colleges and universities, including Harvard and MIT, are based here, and it is cited as the birthplace of management consulting. Boston's reputation as an operating base for financial giants makes it an ideal study location for our Master of International Banking students.
Students at 50+ colleges and universities make Boston an academic capital of America.
National sports teams hail from Boston: Celtics basketball, Red Sox baseball, New England Patriots football, and Bruins hockey.
The amount in USD of economic output from Boston’s financial sector.
Completing my Masters at Hult Boston was a tipping point in my career. I gained experience in the U.S. while being exposed to cultures from all over the world. It expanded my horizons in a way I never imagined.
Argentina, Class of 2012
Hult’s Boston campus fosters a strong sense of community spirit. Get to know your classmates through student clubs, or attend the various events on and off campus.
Network with the local finance community in Boston through student club-organized events and campus initiatives. Deloitte and Harvard Vanguard have participated in our Finance Speaker Series, and Vice President of Goldman Sachs Boston, Kevin Millsom, was a guest speaker. You will be taught by practitioners with real-world finance experience, such as Professor Viktoria Dalko, who both taught at Harvard and was advisor to the National Bank and government of Hungary.
At Hult Boston, you will have access to an array of impressive events. Attend presentations by local C-suite executives from Fortune 500 firms at our annual Career Open House. Previously, top executives from IBM, P&G, and Bain & Company have addressed students at our Day in the Life Speaker Series. Arianna Huffington, founder of the Pulitzer Prize-winning The Huffington Post, is among the many distinguished speakers who have attended the campus.
Boston has been voted the sixth best student city in the world by prestigious rankings publication QS. Hult Boston’s social calendar is always full—ranging from Friday night happy hours to valuable networking events and alumni reunions. Join outings to Patriots football, Celtics basketball, and Red Sox baseball games, and explore the surrounding area through harbor cruises, nature hikes, and ski trips.
Hult Boston is very special in that it balances out the academic side of things with the social aspects of studying and networking, which truly makes the year an experience for life.
McKinsey & Company
Austrian, Class of 2013