Designed for busy working professionals, your part time EMBA will adapt to your schedule. Study over long weekends once a month and complete the program in as little as 18 months.
Classes take place over one four-day weekend each month, meaning limited disruption to your work life.
Take from 18 months to two years to complete your program—or even pause and complete it in up to 4 years in special circumstances.
If you miss a class for any reason, you can simply catch up at another time, or even at another campus.* We also offer online options for core courses.
You can't learn business and leadership by just sitting in a classroom. That's why Hult’s unique Executive MBA curriculum teaches you theory and gives you opportunities to apply your learning in the real world. This new approach is what sets Hult apart from other schools.
During your EMBA program, you’ll complete four leadership training courses, each aimed at refining a leadership competency critical for success in global business.View leadership
We leverage complex computer-based simulations to provide Executive MBA students a chance to test theories across in a realistic and practical environment.View practical experience
Solve an issue facing one of the world's most innovative companies, or develop a startup idea of your own.View practical experience
Each course is designed so that it’s practical and you can immediately apply what you learn to your work. Even before arriving in class, you have the chance to understand how you can apply the learnings to your particular field. The opportunity to use what you learn is huge.
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Study at up to three of five locations each year, learn alongside a truly diverse group of professionals.
Our global campus network means that if your circumstances suddenly change, or you need to relocate to a different part of the world, we can help you make the transition to a new home campus without interrupting your studies.
Whether you want to advance at your current company, change roles, or start your own business, Hult has a proven track record for setting up students for professional success after graduation.
average salary increase one year after graduation (The Economist)
of students have been promoted or grown their own company since graduation
Our school was first established in 1964 as the Arthur D. Little School of Management in Boston. Our Global Executive MBA is now ranked as the 53rd best EMBA program worldwide by The Economist (2018) and is accredited by AACSB, EQUIS, and AMBA—a Hult degree is globally recognized for quality.
Hult's Global Executive MBA also ranks at #73 in the Financial Times 2018. The ranking features the top 100 Executive MBA programs for senior working managers worldwide. See full ranking here.
Hult has been awarded EQUIS accreditation, officially achieving the coveted "triple crown" accreditation status.
We offer financial assistance through a combination of scholarships, financial aid, and educational loans.