Enjoy the spacious interiors, cutting-edge facilities, and stunning river and park views at our award-winning downtown Boston campus. Situated close to the Museum of Science, historic Beacon Hill, and Charles Street's shops and cafes, the excellent public transportation here means that residential neighborhoods are easily accessible.
Our campus building, designed by internationally acclaimed architect Thomas Sandell and renovated in 2015, features three bright atrium spaces filled with contemporary furniture and art. Academic facilities include nine state-of-the-art lecture halls, 62 team rooms, and a multimedia resource center. There's also a student kitchen, lounge, games room and on-site cafe-bar with views across North Point park.
Bringing local companies to campus to pose real challenges to students is just one way classes are enriched with real-world experience at Hult. Our Boston campus hosted a marketing "Hackathon" in 2015—one full intense day of brainstorming ideas to create a business plan for Boston-based tech business Reduxio. Students developed strategies for marketing, growth, and going to market, and then pitched their ideas to Reduxio's board members, who chose winning solutions.
Team rooms all with multimedia access make collaboration easy.
State-of-the-art lecture halls equipped with multimedia facilities.
Sun-filled atriums are but some of the award-winning architectural features to be found at Hult Boston.
Major segment of the Berlin Wall sitting outside our front entrance.
The Boston campus is an open, bright space where every student is encouraged to express themselves. I love the air of innovation here.
Italy, Class of 2015
Join America’s premier talent pool when you earn your Master of International Business in Boston, and become part of a long tradition of academic excellence.
Students at 50+ colleges and universities make Boston an academic capital of America.
The percentage Boston's high-tech sector has grown each year since 2010.
Biotech companies are located in Massachusetts, funded by almost a billion dollars in venture capital.
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
Our dedicated Career Development teams work one-on-one with students at each of our global campuses to prepare them for the global job market. Here are a few snapshots of career-related events from Boston in 2016:
Career coach, campus recruiting guru, and best-selling author Dan Beaudry shared his years of expertise on what every international student needs to know about finding a job in the U.S. Topics included how best to prioritize a job search, and how to find a company willing to sponsor visas for international employees.
To connect students directly with top employers, Hult Boston hosted more than 100 companies over the course of its annual career connections forum. Nearly 600 students attended in total, meeting recruiting executives from companies like Accenture, Amazon, Bank of America, Google, PwC, and State Street
This workshop series welcomed professional speakers, alumni panels, and notable executives to campus each week and covered a broad range of topics across the professional spectrum, from personal branding and effectively leveraging your LinkedIn profile, to how to launch a startup on a limited visa status.