Whether you want a corporate career, to be an entrepreneur, or to thrive in the creative industries, London has the environment and connections you need to succeed. You’ll study business in a city with more headquarters of international companies than any other European city, the biggest startup cluster on the continent, and a long-standing reputation as a global trendsetter.
You’ll be in the heart of London at the intersection of Bloomsbury, the city’s academic center, and Holborn, a major media and advertising hub. A short distance away is Europe’s largest startup cluster, TechCity, and London’s world-renowned financial district. Just a five-minute walk from the London Underground, where transport links will take you to all parts of the city.
Take advantage of London’s high concentration of multinational companies, its famed financial district and stock exchange, its status as a pioneer in the creative industries, and its booming startup scene. Connect with London’s business community through class projects, clubs, or your own ventures, and come to see the city as an extension of your classroom.
I stayed at Hult’s London campus for my whole Global MBA program— and yet I can confidently say that I now know someone from every part of the world.
Division Director, The Creative Group/Robert Half International U.S./Columbia, Class of 2013
Your campus is an ideal base to make connections with the hundreds of multinational companies and ambitious entrepreneurs that call London home. You’ll have opportunities to meet them on campus through careers events, club activities, and classroom projects. But the strongest relationships you build will be the ones you make through networking in the city.
of venture capital was secured by U.K. tech companies in 2016.
of the world’s business activities happen in time zones that overlap with London’s.
Languages spoken in London.
London is one of the few cities in the world that is truly global. As you walk through the streets, you will hear more than a dozen languages, and meet a broad range of interesting people. That is reflected in Hult’s London campus.
Consultant, MBJ Consulting Network and Solutions, Venezuela/U.S., Class of 2013
Be part of a dynamic community of students on a campus with a packed schedule of professional and social events.
London is host to the world’s biggest companies, and so is our campus – Paul Polman, CEO of Unilever, and Muhtar Kent, Coca-Cola’s CEO, are just two guest speakers who have shared their experiences with students. There are also nearly half a million students in the city, bringing great networking and collaboration opportunities.
More than 120 corporate speakers visited our London campus last year. Both in class, and through campus and club events, our students have the opportunity to meet and gain insights from people at the top of their profession from companies such as Procter & Gamble, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Barclays, Burberry, Mars, and BSkyB.
From iconic attractions to hidden treasures, with every cuisine imaginable available to you, and a world-renowned nightlife – you’ll never exhaust all the options London has to offer. Dublin, Paris, Barcelona, Amsterdam – many Hult MBA students make use of their free time by visiting the many different cultures and climates that are less than two hours travel from London.
Hult London offers a lifestyle that drives your professional success— thanks to Hult I am able to evolve faster professionally.
Director, Ernst & Young
Italy, Class of 2009
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