Professor of Finance,
Ph.D. and M.A., University of Pennsylvania
Professor Dalko has served on the faculties of Harvard and CUNY Baruch College. She was a visiting scholar at the University of Munich and a visiting professor at Thunderbird, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Corvinus University Budapest, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and the University of Illinois. Dr. Dalko has also served as Advisor to the President of the National Bank of Hungary and Chief of Staff of the Budget, Tax, and Finance Committee of the Hungarian Parliament.
As Professor of Finance at Hult, Viktoria Dalko
is a well-respected teacher, and, like most
Hult faculty, she has a wealth of real business
experience and expertise to support her
teaching. Teaching since completing her Ph.D.
at the University of Pennsylvania, Professor
Dalko has also served on the faculties of
Harvard, CUNY, and Baruch College. A former
international management consultant and
researcher, with experience covering such
diverse areas of finance as M&A, valuation,
and financial markets and including working
in Parliament and advising the president of
the Central Bank, Professor Dalko’s valuable
insider knowledge provides students with an
integrated and practical financial education.
Professor Dalko says there is no corporate
finance without financial markets, and
no financial market expertise without
understanding corporate finance. Having
worked around the world in China, the EU,
Southeast Asia, the U.S., the Middle East, and
Africa, she is well positioned to appreciate
the unique issues faced by our international
students and alumni. Her latest book,
Regulating Competition in Stock Markets,
was co-edited and co-authored with Nobel
Laureate Professor Lawrence Klein and other
Professor Dalko has received a slew of
teaching awards and accolades during her
A perfect score from EMBA program
students at Baruch College, CUNY in New
York, for the M&A course, and a perfect
score from Master students at Harvard
Extension School, also for an M&A course.
- The Joanne Fussa Distinguished Teaching
Award at Harvard University in 2009.
Management students at Harvard Extension
School selected one from over 70 Harvard
faculty and noted Viktoria’s ability to “inspire
students to excel” and “encourage them to
give more than what is expected.”
- The London Professor of the Year award in
2011, chosen by Hult students.
- The highest rating from Hult San Francisco
students in 2012, for her Business Analysis
and Valuation course.
Why study at Hult?
Hult is a good choice for students, because
most Hult faculty members have business
leadership experience and genuinely care
for the future. Anyone looking for a school
that embodies such values and offers great
international exposure should put Hult at the
top of their list. The international campuses
provide incomparable opportunities for
students to learn in different environments
while retaining the same quality of learning,
allowing them to gain localized business
knowledge of multiple regions in addition
to learning the standard material. Also, the
one-year MBA saves money and time, and
in today’s fast-paced world, the ability to be
able to return quickly to a full-time earning
position, and often to a much better paid job,
What makes Hult unique?
Unlike most schools, the pedagogical
approach that Hult faculty take to business
education is very practical; most of us have
business or government experience that we
draw from. Learning from books you can do at
home—learning from people who have done
what they teach is an entirely different thing.