London is an economic powerhouse and the world’s most international city. Master of Social Entrepreneurship students could:
Our London campus is perfectly placed to give you easy access to key business districts, and the city’s endless entertainment options.
Breakout areas for student collaboration and project work.
Bike parking spaces for students cycling to school.
Floors of a beautiful modern building in Georgian style.
Corporate guests welcomed on campus last year.
Students who chose to rotate to London to take electives gained insight into Europe’s economic and entrepreneurial center.
On rotation to London, students studied in a global financial center, Europe's startup capital, and a long-time leader of the creative industries. London is home to TechCity that hosts more than 1,300 startups. Nicknamed 'Silicon Roundabout', it is second only to Silicon Valley as the world's largest technology hub. Venture capital is taking off in the city in a big way, it's a great time to be an entrepreneur in London.
Financial services companies based in London.
Capital cities within two hours travel time of London.
Of Europe’s top 500 companies are based in London.
Startups launched last year in Tech City.
Our London campus reflects the diversity of its host city and all that London and Europe have to offer are within easy reach.
London’s business community is large, diverse, and welcoming – more than 120 companies joined us on campus last year including Procter & Gamble, PwC, Barclays, Burberry, Coca-Cola, Mars, and BSkyB. The Entrepreneurship Club regularly welcomes Tech City’s big hitters and the Football & Business club is a great way to meet students from other London universities.
Endless entertainment, cultural experiences, historical locations, every cuisine under the sun, nightlife that keeps going until the small hours- London is a box of delights with so much to discover. People who have lived in London their whole lives stumble across pop-up markets, restaurants, and shows they never knew were there, just a few blocks from their front door.
From Big Ben to Portobello Road, Trafalgar Square to Camden Market – London is home to some of the world’s iconic landmarks and has plenty of alternative options too. It is also incredibly well connected to continental Europe. Finish classes early on Friday afternoon, and by evening you could be in Paris, Barcelona, Amsterdam, or any of Europe’s 26 capital cities that are all within two hours reach of London.
Hult’s London Campus was diverse and welcoming. In addition to the teamwork, my most memorable experiences were when I was exploring the city with classmates.
Exploration Coordination Manager
Guyana Goldfields Inc
Canada, Class of 2012
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