Getting Into Business School - Expert Advice

Posted Apr 15, 2013 by Media Relations

We recently had the opportunity to pick the brain of Marc Zeugner in the admissions office at the Hult International Business School. If you’ve never considered an international business degree, you might be interested to learn some of its unique benefits — especially in a world of business that is becoming increasingly global in nature. More generally, Marc shares important tips and considerations about the MBA admissions process that will help you improve your chances of getting into business school. Enjoy!

DTG: For students familiar with the traditional American business school model — one campus, one location, one degree — how does HULT differ? How exactly does an International MBA work?

Marc: Our program is extremely unique and was built around the idea that the business world is only going to become more global. Hult’s  Global Campus Rotation  option allows students the opportunity to live and study in up to three of our seven locations in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, Shanghai, New York, or São Paulo. We are known for being international, but we are also really proud to have been named #1 in Post Graduate Percentage Salary Increase by The Economist. I think that’s a testament to our curriculum’s focus on hands-on learning.

DTG: Why should students consider an International Business school?

Marc: Top companies are now seeking to hire individuals who have international experience and who possess the ability to navigate the subtleties of different cultures. Our curriculum is designed to give students an inside look at the world’s fastest-growing economies and examine international business practices close-up.

Read the full interview on Dominate the GMAT, here.

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