Hult International Business School has this week climbed 5 places in The Economist Which MBA rankings to number 60 in the world, ahead of University of Cambridge, University of Oxford and George Washington University.
The Economist’s ranking is one of the most comprehensive of its kind and finds the business schools with the best MBAs by ranking and sorting institutions into four categories before finding an overall score. These categories are:
- The opening of new career opportunities
- Personal development and educational experience
- Increase in salary
- Potential to network
Hult came in at 60 in the overall rankings, ranking even higher in some of the subcategories:
– #2 for diversity of recruiters
– #11 for student diversity, up 11 places
– #17 for educational experience, up 10 places
– #24 for salary increase
Dr. Stephen Hodges, President of Hult International Business School, said of the news: “We’re very pleased to have climbed in The Economist rankings this year, especially as these rankings are very student-focused. We’re particularly pleased to see that we’ve ranked highly in areas our students value such as student diversity and salary increase post-MBA.”
The ranking methodology used by The Economist can be found here.
Hult is also ranked within the top 100 best business schools in the U.S. by Bloomberg Business, and as a Tier 1 school by CEO Magazine. Hult’s EMBA is ranked 50th best in the world by The Economist, and their Ashridge Executive Education custom programs are ranked 7th best in the world by Bloomberg and 19th in the world by the Financial Times.
Hult offers both full and part-time MBAs, as well as one-year Masters programs, a broad range of open and custom Executive Education courses, and a Bachelor of Business Administration undergraduate program. Hult have campus locations in San Francisco, Boston, London, Dubai, Shanghai, New York, and Ashridge (U.K.) and their programs enable students to study at several locations over the course of their program.