The Greater Boston Area is not only a powerful force in innovation and education—it’s also a prestigious center of thought leadership. Organizations like The World Wide Web Consortium and companies like Facebook were born here—nurtured by the city’s stimulating and pioneering academic culture.
Boston has the perfect combination of history, passion for sports, and some of the most brilliant minds in the U.S. and the world! The city is young and vibrant, and it doesn’t get any better than that.
Undergraduate Class of 2013 Master in International Business, 2015
Boston’s rank by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation for U.S. cities fostering entrepreneurial growth and innovation
Students at 50+ colleges and universities make Boston an academic capital of America
Billion dollars have been invested in big data companies in Massachusetts since 2013
State-of-the-art lecture halls equipped with multimedia amenities
Sun-filled atriums are just some of the award-winning architectural features to be found on campus
Team rooms, all with multimedia access, make participation in the Hult Business Challenge easy
Major segment of the Berlin Wall sitting outside our front entrance
Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Thomas Sandell, in 2015 Hult’s Boston campus underwent a comprehensive renovation that doubled its capacity. Featuring three dramatic atrium spaces where students congregate between classes, the light-filled campus contains eight lecture halls, 53 team rooms, and a multimedia resource center.
The outdoor patio extending off Little Lingo, the oncampus student cafeteria, takes full advantage of the beautiful scenery of neighboring North Point Park.