Our flexible Executive MBA curriculum is delivered over two years, allowing busy professionals to continue working while they pursue their degree. Study monthly with classes taught over four consecutive days a month. Our Executive MBA students also have the option to pause their studies during the year and then rejoin in the next cycle. Whether you are in the same city or region as our campus, or need to take the time out to travel, we have a schedule that suits your requirements. On average, Hult Executive MBA students graduate in two years.
For exposure to international business, there is no better place to study
We are proud to be part of the Financial Times 100 Top Business Schools in 2013. Hult gives you unparalleled opportunities to utilize new business tools, gain valuable credentials, and meet a diverse and impressive group of international business professionals. In addition, Hult’s global Career Services teams are experts on identifying and securing job opportunities for global professionals.
Hult’s LEAP Method gives you board-level training
Our curriculum is based on three components: Learn, Experience, and Action Project — LEAP. Hult’s LEAP Method means that you don’t just simply sit in a classroom, but actually apply the tools and concepts you learn to real-world business situations. During your final module, you can participate in a real-world project for a major company or an Action Project created in partnership with your current employer, creating a “win-win” for you and your company.
Global Campus Rotation provides an extraordinary opportunity
To be successful in today’s business world, it is essential to know how to conduct business across international boundaries. Hult’s Global Campus Rotation allows you to gain critical insights into the world’s key economies. During your Executive MBA program, you have the option to pursue your electives on any of our seven locations. Start your studies on an Executive MBA home campus in London, Dubai, or Shanghai, and then either rotate to other Hult campuses or complete your degree at your home campus.