Ready to explore the world's greatest cities?

Culture, history, art, sport, business are just some of the extraordinary things our students are exposed to. See more in our video.

City life

The opportunity to explore an exciting global city will be one of the highlights of your time as an undergraduate.  London, Boston, and San Francisco are often ranked among the best student cities, and Hult's central locations make our campuses the perfect launching pad for exploration.

London

With this extraordinary city as your home, you can hear people speaking more than 300 languages, attend the games of five Premier League football clubs, and visit some of the world’s best museums.
When you want to relax, you’ll have one of the world’s greenest cities at your feet, with more than 40% green space and open water to enjoy.

This is a city where everyone is truly unique and people are able to co-exist - it is a city for citizens of the world.

Ushbad Abid

Pakistan and Oman
Class of 2014

Live like a Londoner


Londoners embrace the diverse, buzzing atmosphere of their city. From festivals to markets, street art, and history - there is always something to do here. And with Europe on your doorstep, you’ll have unlimited opportunities to expand your global horizons while living in this cultural capital city.

Explore:

  • The street art of Shoreditch
  • Borough Market
  • The Houses of Parliament
  • Wembley Stadium
  • Notting Hill
  • Dover Street Market

  • Portobello Road
  • The British Museum
  • Camden Town
  • The O2 Arena
  • The Tower of London
  • Summer festivals in Hyde Park

Take the train to:

  • Oxford, 55 min.
  • Paris, 2 hr. 16 min.
  • Brussels, 2 hr. 24 min.

Fly to:

  • Amsterdam, 1 hr. 10 min.
  • Dublin, 1 hr. 20 min.
  • Barcelona, 2 hr. 5 min.

San Francisco

San Francisco is characterized by its energy and diversity, with an open-minded mentality influenced by its residents, 39% of whom were born overseas.

San Francisco residents thrive on innovation, self-expression, and green living - there is truly something for everyone here.

It doesn't matter if you spend your time going to events in Silicon Valley or simply exploring the city with friends, you're always learning - as a student, San Francisco is the best place to be!

Naya Akel

Syria, Class of 2017

Embrace California life


In San Francisco, you’ll experience the best of all possible worlds. Here you can immerse yourself in laid-back Californian beach culture, as well as the fast-paced world of technology. With fog-capped hills, vibrant neighborhoods, buzzing startups, and the stunning view of San Francisco Bay to greet you, you’ll love calling this walkable, student-friendly city home.

Explore:

  • The Golden Gate Bridge
  • Fisherman’s Wharf
  • Film Night in the Park
  • California Academy of Science
  • Alcatraz Island
  • The cable car system
  • The SFJAZZ Center

 

  •  The American Conservatory Theater
  • Amoeba Music
  • The  Embarcadero
  • Coit Tower
  • The Palace of Fine Arts
  • Stern Grove Festival

Fly to:

  • Los Angeles, 1 hr. 20min.
  • Seattle, 2 hr.
  • Hawaii, 5 hr. 15 min.

Drive to:

  • Silicon Valley, 48 min.
  • Napa Valley, 1 hr. 10 min.
  • Malibu Beach, 5 hr. 53 min.

Boston

You’ll join 250,000 students in a historic city that caters for student life. As well as enjoying the outdoors, sports are central to life in Boston. 

From the harbour to the river, and Boston Common to Charles Street - this city has great hangout spots and plenty of ways to enjoy the outdoors.

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.

Juan Colmenares

Venezuela, Class of 2015

Feel the Boston spirit 

Even if you’re not a sports fan, you’ll feel the infectious energy of the city’s competitive spirit. Being your best, taking pride in your achievements, and celebrating the achievements of others are all qualities that define the Boston spirit.

Explore:

  • Boston Public Gardens
  • Mingling in Harvard Square
  • Shopping at SoWa Open Market
  • Red Sox at Fenway
  • Shopping at Faneuil Hall
  • Outdoor movies at the Hatch Shell Relaxing at Walden Pond
  • Running the Esplanade

 

    • Outdoor movies at the Hatch Shell
    • Relaxing at Walden Pond
    • Running the Esplanade
    • Museum of Fine Arts
    • Boston Sailing Center
    • Quincy Market
    • Boston Common
    • Bunker Hill Monument
    • TD Garden

Drive or take the train to:

  • Martha's Vineyard, 2hr. 30 min.
  • Cape Cod, 1 hr. 15 min.
  • Salem, 30 min.

Fly to:

  • New York, 1 hr. 20 min
  • Philadelphia, 1 hr. 30 min.
  • Washington D.C., 1hr. 30 min.