Our award-winning campus on People's Square places you at the heart of the city driving one of the world's largest economies. Surrounded by the city's financial and commercial districts, gain firsthand experience of hugely influential Asian business culture.
Shanghai is China's commercial and financial center, and the region's most influential city for international trade. With the Shanghai stock exchange now a major player, and the world's busiest container port operating out of the city, the biggest names on the global business circuit are flocking to Shanghai to ensure they don't miss out.
Our Hult Shanghai campus has won several architectural awards. State-of-the-art classrooms, computer laboratories, and spacious student lounges are all designed to create a calm ambiance, providing a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of downtown Shanghai.
Hult’s Shanghai campus is amazing – the community is very close. Students can easily communicate with faculty, speak to the Dean, and connect with their peers.
U.S., Class of 2015
Taking electives for your Masters degree in China will give you an insight into how one of the world’s biggest and most important markets works.
Every global market trades with China – it is the world’s biggest exporter and second biggest importer. Studying business in Shanghai exposes you to China’s economic capital and financial center. During your Master of International Business electives in Shanghai, you’ll see firsthand how China’s biggest and most international city operates. Experience in this pivotal region and an understanding of the business culture here is important if you’re considering a career in international business, and essential if you want to work in Asia.
Residents in Shanghai make it one of the world’s largest cities.
Restaurants open their doors to Shanghai residents every day – it is set to become the food capital of the world.
Number of years Shanghai has experienced double-digit economic growth.
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Hult acted as a bridge between its students and Shanghai – it gave us the chance to discover Chinese business culture while putting us in constant contact with people from all over the world.
Rock in Rio
Portugal, Class of 2013
The students that rotate to Shanghai tend to form a tight-knit community and tend to have an adventurous spirit. There is a packed schedule of social and career events on and off campus.
Insightful, motivating, and often revelatory, our speaker events are some of the most highly anticipated campus events. Hult Shanghai has recently hosted speakers from Apple, Unilever, Rovio Entertainment (the Angry Birds company), the Economist Intelligence Unit, KPMG, Accenture, Microsoft, and sustainability pioneer Peggy Liu, Chair of the Joint U.S. China Collaboration on Clean Energy (JUCCCE).
Business leaders in Shanghai are keen to connect with international talent and company visits, guest speakers, lunchtime seminars, one-off presentations, and student clubs provide frequent opportunities for face-to-face meetings. Past Business Challenge partners include Hangzhou-based Alibaba.com.
Shanghai has a well-deserved reputation as China’s most cosmopolitan city. A young, creative, and internationally aware population has seen the rise of “Shanghai Chic”—a booming fashion scene, much talked about art movement, world-renowned restaurants and shopping districts, and a lively nightlife. In Shanghai you can also discover China’s fascinating history and experience a unique culture.
There were so many Hult community events and parties, where we could relax, network, and discover Shanghai.
ENKSZ First National Utility Ltd
Hungary, Class of 2013