Hult enters 2018 Times Higher Education and Wall Street Journal ranking at #19
Hult’s Masters in International Business program has entered the Times Higher Education and the Wall Street Journal 2018 general masters management ranking at #19. The ranking features the top 114 general management masters degrees worldwide.
The Times Higher Education and the Wall Street Journal ranking now joins The Economist (#13, Masters in Management rankings, 2017) and Financial Times (#58, 2018 Financial Times Global Masters in Management ranking) in ranking Hult’s masters program as among the best in the world.
“We are incredibly proud that the success of our graduates across the globe is reflected in this results-focused portion of the rankings”
Dr. Stephen Hodges, President, Hult International Business School
THE and WSJ have, for the first time ever, analyzed a number of high-achieving business schools around the world with the aim to measure student experience and teaching excellence. Open only to schools that are AACSB, EFMD, or AMBA accredited, the THE and WSJ rankings assess accredited schools across 20 individual performance indicators combining to create an overall score that reflects the strength of each programme and school. These scores are then aggregated into four key areas.
Hult performed particularly strongly in the area measuring outcomes, which looks at six performance indicators: salary, network, social impact, entrepreneurship, career opportunities, and worth of the degree. Based on data supplied by alumni, Hult placed in the top 10 schools worldwide for outcomes – a testament to the satisfaction and ongoing success of Hult alumni in the global marketplace.
This latest ranking adds to a growing list of publications who have reviewed Hult’s programs and ranked them among the best in the world, including:
About Hult International Business School
Hult International Business School offers degrees at undergraduate, postgraduate, and executive education levels and awards both U.S and U.K degrees across its global campuses in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, and Shanghai.
Hult takes students beyond business to learn about the world, the future, and themselves. So that they can work across cultures, help shape the future, and lead others effectively in a world that’s changing faster than ever before. With students of more than 160 nationalities and the chance to study in multiple cities around the world, students are immersed in diversity from day one. Our courses in disruptive technologies and a future-focused curriculum mean students explore the risk and opportunities the future holds, and our advanced leadership program develops a growth mindset that enables students to improve both strengths and weaknesses long after graduation.
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