Master of International Marketing - Global Rotation

Global Rotation

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Our Master of International Marketing program is available on Hult campuses in Boston, San Francisco, and London. Learn to think strategically and creatively about marketing in a global context by spending time at all three campuses during the year, through our Global Rotation. The Global Rotation program is fully integrated into the curriculum so regardless of where you study at Hult, your experience is uninterrupted and hassle-free.

Advantages of Hult's Global Rotation

Seamless Experience

Our Global Rotation is fully integrated into our curriculum. Unlike other business schools that offer exchange programs with other schools, Hult prides itself on being the full provider of the Global Rotation. This structure gives us complete control over the curriculum and ensures that each Hult student receives the finest education as well as a dynamic international experience.

Expand your network

The Career Services and Student Services teams ensure that you have plenty of chances to network with professionals and peers alike. You can build a network of experienced industry contacts while fostering relationships with students from every corner of the globe. No other school offers access to a network as globally diverse as Hult's.

Learn in a global setting

By learning international business in a global setting, you’ll be able to put complex issues into context and gain new market insights. Learn about Digitizing Your Business on our San Francisco campus, and enjoy fascinating discussions with leaders in the industry from and around the region. Nothing can replace the experience of getting an on-the-ground understanding of what is happening in different parts of the world.

Hult offers a life-changing opportunity to study in up to 3 cities

  • Boston Rotation highlights

    • Visiting East Coast headquarters of tech giants Microsoft and Google, just a few miles from Hult’s campus
    • Hult Energy Conference with panels on clean tech, oil, and natural gas
    • Boston’s “Campus Connectors” who guide global rotation classmates to their favorite parts of the city
    • Team-building exercises including paintball and scavenger hunts
    • American cultural immersion with trips to Red Sox baseball games, Cape Cod beach and hiking and whale watching excursions
    • Hult’s Annual Venture Capital Summit on campus

  • Snapshot of Campus Life, San Francisco

    • Visit Napa Valley to investigate the economics of the wine industry and running a vineyard
    • Company visits to IBM, Cisco, Intel, and Stanford Persuasion Lab
    • Startupism forum for entrepreneurs and wannabe entrepreneurs
    • Tech trek in Silicon Valley from Palo Alto to Mountain View
    • San Francisco Giants baseball game at the 3M Stadium
    • Featured guests from Fortune 500 companies (like Microsoft, Gensler, and Wells Fargo Bank) sharing their insights and employment experiences of working for their companies

  • London Rotation highlights

    • Guest Speaker Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP Group (in conjunction with AMBA)
    • Guest Speaker Andrew Witney, CIO Barclays
    • Dominican Republic Ambassador speaking on campus
    • Simon Cohen, Founder and CEO of Global Tolerance
    • The Apprentice event to hone your skills in branding, manufacturing, buying, advertising, design, promotion, and selling
    • Excursions to York, Edinburgh, Wales, Windsor, Hampton Court, and Royal Ascot
    • Health and wellness week on campus

Global Rotation Details

1 Optional rotation for students take place during Module D and/or Module E, depending on their degree program.  Campus options for each degree are announced during the summer; applicable modules depend on degree enrollment and will be announced after the school year begins.
2 You must decide if you would like to participate during elective course registration, which happens in Module B.
3 The Global Rotation option is included in your program fees, however additional costs may be incurred. Airfare, visas, and accommodation are not included in program fee.
4 Student Services provides resources for travel, accommodation, and visa arrangements during your rotation.
5 In order to participate in the rotation, you must be in good academic standing and enrolled in a Rotation-eligible degree program.
6 Global Rotation is subject to each campus’s capacity. Students begin registration placed at their home campus and may opt into spaces at rotation campuses on a first-come, first-served basis as they become available.
7 You may choose to graduate from your home campus or from the campus to which you will rotate during Module E.