Enjoy the spacious interiors, ample facilities, and stunning river and park views at our Boston campus – the whole city is easily accessible from here.
Hult's Boston campus is just a short walk from historic downtown and the city's cultural attractions. Boston's nightlife is also a big highlight, as the city is packed with fantastic restaurants, comedy clubs, and bars. Excellent public transportation makes residential neighborhoods easily accessible.
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.
Health-conscious lunch options are prepared daily at Little Lingo (our on-site restaurant and bar).
Major segment of the Berlin Wall sitting outside our front entrance.
The Boston campus makes you want to keep coming back – to study and to socialize. My life at Hult Boston was varied and fulfilling.
U.S., Class of 2014
Boston is America’s academic heartland, attracting the world’s brightest minds to over 300 colleges and universities.
Boston is internationally known as America's most historic and academic city. It is also one of the most innovative, consistently ranking highly in the Innovation Cities Global Index. Leading tech firms like Google and Facebook have bases here, and there is a thriving startup culture centered around Kendall Square in Cambridge, walking distance from our campus— Zipcar, TripAdvisor, and Carbonite were all started nearby. You'll study in a forward-thinking city with a long-standing reputation for growing some of the world's best talent.
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.
Boston’s position in the Innovation Cities Global Index.
The Boston campus is an open, bright space – Hult promotes openness and every student is encouraged to express themselves. I love the self-confidence people develop in such an environment and breathing the air of innovation here.
Italy, Class of 2015
Life on our Boston campus is always busy, helping foster a strong school spirit. Your social calendar is always full and student clubs give you plenty of opportunities to get to know your classmates.
Not everyone knows exactly where they will end up after they graduate, so we arrange company-sponsored events to help you explore various career options. Past events have included: Square One Innovation Challenge with Nokia, Fidelity, and Zipcar; Social Enterprise Sunday at MassChallenge; Design Thinking Workshop with Continuum; and the Hult Boston TEDx on social innovation held at the Microsoft NERD Center.
Attend presentations by local C-suite executives from Fortune 500 firms at our annual Career Open House. Learn about the latest trends and opportunities in the pharmaceutical, finance, marketing, not-for-profit, consulting, and HR sectors at regular industry insight panel events. And listen to an impressive array of distinguished speakers.
You can get to know the city and your classmates with trips organized by our Student Services team and the campus’s social clubs. Watch the Red Sox play baseball, cheer on the Celtics at a basketball game, cruise around Boston Harbor, and enjoy group barbeques and relaxed happy hours at our on-campus bar and restaurant. You can also join us on day trips to the surrounding areas.
I was a member of the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Club, and I joined the Boston Chapter of the American Marketing Association. Boston is incredibly close to other cities and states, and I really enjoyed exploring New England with my classmates, who I now call my friends.
Speech Solutions Analyst Amazon
U.S., Class of 2013