Hult Executive MBA students share an ambition to transform their careers and themselves-that's why you'll find our alumni making a difference in senior roles across the globe. Hult reviews its approach to career development constantly to ensure your investment is worth it.
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The most significant impact of the program for someone at my level is that the EMBA has made me ‘current’ in my knowledge. It has also widened my perspective on all things business, taught me the significant lessons of working pro-actively within international teams, and given me the skills to resolve conflicts constructively.
Ultimately, Hult has taught me to embrace change and look for disruptions that will propel me forward.
Chief Operating Officer–Retail
Lals Group (GCC)
EMBA Class of 2017
Hult Executive MBA students earn an average base salary of nearly $163,000, just one year after graduation.
Average salary increase for EMBA graduates, one year after graduation.*
Average base salary on graduation (excluding bonuses).*
*The Economist 2015 Executive MBA rankings.
Average base salary one year after graduation (excluding bonuses).*
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.
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%|
|Average time to degree in months|| 24.1