Our signature scholarship, the prestigious Hult Scholar award, is awarded to three incoming students with the highest potential. Hult Scholars are distinguished by their outstanding personal achievement, intellectual promise, strength of character, and leadership potential.
For the 2019-2020 intake, recipients of this scholarship receive 100% of the annual Program Fee. The Hult Scholar award does not cover housing, living expenses, or required fees. Recipients will also receive complimentary flights for themselves and a parent/guardian to an Accepted Students Weekend at a campus of their choice.
To be considered for the Hult Scholar Program, you must submit a 400-500 word essay or short 2-5 minute video outlining your personal aspirations and how studying at Hult will help you to achieve your goals. Your submission should illustrate what you aspire to achieve, how you’ll get there, and how studying at Hult will help you to reach your goals.
In addition to evaluation by the Admissions Committee, the submissions for this scholarship will be assessed by the Deans of each campus, and Hult’s senior managers of academics and enrollment.
Finalists will be invited to interview with the Selection Committee. The strength of your entire application will be considered for this award, so it’s important that you also complete your online application.
Applications must be submitted by January 15th, 2019. Candidates who have been awarded the scholarship will be notified by March 1st, 2019. Apply now.
Receiving your scholarship
If you are awarded this scholarship and wish to receive it, you must confirm your place no later than May 1st, 2019, otherwise your allocated funds may be released to other students. This scholarship will be renewed each year provided you are a full-time student, are not placed on academic probation, and have no honor code violations.
This scholarship is for students applying for fall entry in September 2019. Most students will only receive one merit-based scholarship. Scholarships are renewed each year unless otherwise noted, but can be lost based on poor academic performance, academic probation or violations of the honor code. Scholarships are awarded as deductions from the student’s payment obligations, and are only applied against the tuition fee. Scholarships are not awarded as cash.