Earn your Global MBA in Dubai, one of the world's fastest-growing economies.

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Your MBA in Dubai

Dubai is a major international trading hub, capitalizing on its strategic position at the crossroads of East and West.

  • See how the Middle East’s international trading center works
  • Be part of a dynamic, action-oriented workforce
  • Accelerate your career in a fast-growing economy hungry for international talent

Hult’s Dubai campus

Our Dubai campus reflects the cutting-edge district it is located in – Internet City is home to the biggest names in global tech, and the rest of the city is within easy reach.

Located in Dubai’s innovation hub

Microsoft, MasterCard, and LinkedIn are just some of the companies with offices in Internet City. Networking opportunities, world-class industry events, and state-of-the-art facilities are on the doorstep of our Dubai campus.

Outstanding campus facilities

Spread over a spacious 3,000 square meters, this ultramodern learning space is open 24/7. It is designed for collaboration with fully-equipped classrooms, breakout rooms, and communal spaces.


Percentage of Hult Dubai graduates who go on to have careers outside the Middle East.


Meeting rooms with state-of-the-art technology.


Square meters of ultramodern study space.


Minutes’ drive from Sheikh Zayed Road— the longest road in the U.A.E.

The Hult campus in Dubai offers the latest in technology—its meeting rooms are designed to optimize our performance in teams.

Jean-Marc Garabedian

Account Manager
Advanced Business Concept
Canada, Class of 2014

Why choose an MBA in Dubai?

The city’s staggering rate of economic growth and strategic geographical location make earning your Global MBA in Dubai ideal if you’re looking to accelerate your international career.

Gain experience in the Middle East’s international trading center

At Hult’s Dubai campus, you’ll be at the center of the city known as the gateway to the Middle East. Dubai’s strategic location sees many of the world’s major multinationals based here and making connections here is a great way to further your international career at a fast pace. The city’s successful bid to host the 2020 World Expo has boosted its economy, already one of the world’s fastest-growing, even further. Dubai is going places – fast – meaning it is hungry for talent. You’ll be part of a young, international, and ambitious population that adds to the dynamic atmosphere; over 80% of people living in the city originate from outside the U.A.E.


Passengers traveling through Dubai International Airport every year, making it the busiest in the world.


Estimated number of new jobs created by Dubai hosting the 2020 Expo.


Percentage of Dubai’s population originating from outside the U.A.E.

Dubai beach and the Burj Al-Arab building
Dubai beach and the Burj Al-Arab building

Hult Dubai has a heavy focus on extreme professionalism - they will push you to develop you further. Students on the Dubai campus have a very tight bond, I made incredible friends who are also my potential future business partners.

Sandeep Vete

Current student
India, Class of 2015  

Campus life

Students on our Dubai campus are dynamic and action-oriented; they tend to form strong networks and often comment on the family feel on campus.

Hear from the region’s most prestigious speakers

Like Dubai itself, our campus is a meeting place for global leaders. This year’s guest speakers have included Michael Corbin, U.S. Ambassador to the U.A.E., and Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Managing Director of Biocon and India’s most successful female entrepreneur. Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak, the Minister of Culture, Youth and Cultural Development, was one of the speakers at this year’s Hult Prize.

Maximize your corporate exposure

Over 70 executives from local businesses and multinationals such as Philips, Emirates Global Aluminium, L’Oreal, Adidas, Abu Dhabi International Bank, PepsiCo, and Henkel have made valuable connections with our students at campus events this year. Our Business Challenge partners include Coca-Cola, Disney, Unilever, Aramex, Philips, and Emerson.

Live in a cosmopolitan city and learn Arabic

Low crime rates and an inclusive mentality make Dubai a safe, welcoming place where traditional Arabian culture is balanced with the lifestyles of the expat population. Shop at the city’s renowned malls or barter in the traditional souks; enjoy stunning beaches and top quality restaurants and nightlife at the Marina. Beginner classes in Arabic are run on campus, making a great addition to your resume.

Hult Dubai was like a supportive community— with all the best and brightest talent working together to solve critical business problems.

Thandiwe Young

Sales Recruitment Manager Bloomberg BNA
U.S., Class of 2010

Campus location

Hult International Business School

Dubai Campus Dubai Internet City PO Box 502988, U.A.E.
+971 4 427 5800