At Hult, our approach to academic learning is based on the knowledge that the leaders of tomorrow must have a global mindset and an entrepreneurial spirit. Our distinctive approach is designed to foster both, focusing on the study of business in an international, real-world context. This creates an exciting academic environment that will continually challenge and inspire you.
As a Hult student, your education will be a truly global one. You’ll not only study alongside students from all over the world—you’ll learn to collaborate together on critical challenges in the heart of the world’s most exciting centers of business. It’s the alchemy of this singularly global learning environment that makes Hult so special.
First-year retention rate
(compared to the U.S. average of 80%)
Hult students graduate within 3 years
At Hult, we all learn from the multiplicity of perspectives in the classroom. The diversity on campus means that our students quickly come to understand that there is no one right way of thinking. Hult students intuitively feel that there are many ways of looking at the world, and in the 21st century—in this incredibly complex time—that is such a crucial skill.
Associate Dean, Undergraduate Program
Hult’s physical space fosters an open exchange of ideas. There are no faculty departments dividing professors, meaning there is a campus-wide spirit of communication and collaboration. The faculty offices themselves are open-concept rooms, making it easy for students to connect with professors and for professors to connect with each other, regardless of discipline. You’ll find the doors to Student Services, Careers Services, and the Dean’s office all open too.
I think the teacher-student relationship at Hult is a really good reflection of what we can expect in our professional life. It’s just like what we might find today in the job market. It’s less “I’m your boss and going to tell you exactly what to do,” and more about collaboration and teamwork. It’s the same with our professors. You see them on campus and you can go up to talk to them—there isn’t a barrier.
Class of 2017