Hult Executive MBA alumni are making a real difference in important jobs at many of the world’s major multinational companies. Hult students who work hard and put in the hours find higher-paying jobs faster—in 175 countries worldwide.

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My personal ambition is to make a difference in life science, helping to increase value to patients globally. I started off doing this from an R&D perspective and wanted to complement this with knowledge and understanding of the financial business world. The EMBA from Hult has definitely helped me on my path, by providing me with knowledge and interaction with great people (students, professors, invited guests, and faculty), by offering me an international experience, and by challenging me to go beyond my comfort zone.

Janet Hoogstraate

Chairman of the Board, Stockholm Brain Institute
The Netherlands, Class of 2014

Increase your net worth in the job market

Hult Executive MBA students earn an average base salary of nearly $163,000, just one year after graduation.

Employers recognize the value of an MBA from Hult. They compensate our graduates accordingly. Salaries for the graduating Class of 2014 increased substantially compared to their earnings prior to enrollment. In fact, The Economist ranked our Executive MBA 11th for Percentage Increase on Pre-EMBA Salary After One Year in 2015. Program graduates enjoyed a 48.6% salary increase on average.


Average base salary on graduation (excluding bonuses).*

*The Economist 2015 Executive MBA rankings.


Average base salary one year after graduation (excluding bonuses).*


Average salary increase for EMBA graduates, one year after graduation.*

Cross sample of Executive MBA salary increases after one year (%)


Transform your career in just two years

99% of Hult students change their job location, industry, or function. 

Business professionals choose our Executive MBA because they want to make a positive change to their work lives—broaden their career options, switch to a new sector, or work abroad. Multiple campus locations allow us to connect students with a range of employers and job opportunities all around the world, making this change possible.

Our Global Campus Rotation program further enhances this by allowing students to immerse themselves in the local business culture of several cities. Networking on a global scale is a fundamental and exciting part of the Hult experience.


Students have been promoted or grown their own company since graduation.

Post-Hult career changes


Post-Hult employment by industry


1 - Technology/Telecom - 22%
2 - Consumer products - 15%
3 - Financial services - 15%
4 - Consulting - 14%
5 - Professional services - 10%
6 - Manufacturing - 9%
7 - Education - 5%
8 - Healthcare/Pharmaceutical - 4%
9 - Energy/Petroleum - 3%
10 - Government/Non-profit - 2%
11 - Media/Entertainment - 1%


for industries represented in class.
The Economist Executive MBA Ranking 2015


for number of overseas MBA alumni branches.
The Economist Executive MBA Ranking 2015


Geographical spread of students.
The Economist Executive MBA Ranking 2015


Best EMBA Worldwide, The Economist (2015)


Best Executive Education, Customized Programs Ashridge Executive Education at Hult, Financial Times (2016)


MBA Innovation Award, Association of MBAs (2014)

Graduation and progression rates

Our campus teams are committed to supporting students throughout their journey. The table below shows how this is reflected in our graduation and progression rates for the academic year 2014-2015.

Retention rate (Year 1 - Year 2)                                                                                                               83%
Graduation rate            69%
Average time to degree in months            24.1


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