1. Go to www.fafsa.ed.gov to complete your FAFSA (using 2015 tax information) if you have not already completed a FAFSA for the 2017/2018 award year. Hult International Business School’s school code is 041432. If you have already completed a FAFSA for 2017/2018 and did not include Hult’s school code, you will need to add it.
4. Finally, if additional funding is required and you want to apply for a Graduate PLUS Loan. The PLUS Loan is credit-based. Note that the terms for PLUS Loans are different from Direct Loans. PLUS Loans are limited to the cost of attendance less other financial aid.
5. If you have federal loans from prior institutions, you may defer those loans. Please see Student Loan Deferment Instructions above.
If additional information is required to complete the process, you will be notified via email. Once you complete the process, your financial aid package will be confirmed. If a Direct Loan is awarded, you should expect to receive an award letter of approved aid by email within 2-3 weeks from the date the application and all required documentation is submitted. Further information about federal student loans can be found at www.studentloans.gov. This includes all terms and conditions for each loan type. If you need more information and guidance to complete the process, or if you have questions or concerns about Financial Aid, contact:
As a U.S.-accredited business school, we work with and follow the U.S. Federal Student Aid system, lender arrangements, and student loan deferment regulations.
Students may be able to defer existing federal student loans. Approval is required.More on deferment
Our graduate programs do not accept any transfer credits.
Students may choose any lender of their choice for private loans. See our sample list of lenders Hult students have previously used.See our lender list
We process federal loans through the U.S. federal government. We are committed to upholding best practices.
Hult International Business School’s Boston and San Francisco locations participate in the Federal Direct Student Loan programs.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is primarily used to determine whether a student qualifies for federal financial aid and how much aid will be received. Federal loans are not free money and must be paid back. The amount that may be borrowed and the loan type(s) depend on financial need and student enrollment status. Students are encouraged to borrow no more than they need to complete their educational program. To start the online financial aid application, students who are U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizens may apply by following the steps below.