It’s almost that time of year again when Hult campuses around the world host three-day celebrations to congratulate and welcome accepted students and their families. It’s a chance for the newest Hultians to meet future classmates from around the world and get a real taste of undergraduate life.
Last year, we welcomed over 250 students from more than 40 different countries to our campuses in London, Boston, and San Francisco.
Here’s a look back at last year’s Accepted Students Weekend…
Events on campus included the opportunity to sit in on a real class with a Hult professor, time to chat with current students and campus staff, including the Academic and Career Development teams as well as the Dean, and the chance to learn more about student clubs and societies. Parents had the opportunity to learn all about Hult too, with special Q&A sessions.
Last year, special guest speakers included Hap Klopp, former President and Founder of The North Face, who shared insight on the world of business and the value of a global education.
The second day wrapped up with an evening celebration at an exclusive venue in the city, while day three started bright and early with tours of London, Boston, and San Francisco.
Curious to get a behind-the-scenes look at this truly global celebration?
Take a look at the exciting event where the new undergrads got a chance to meet their professors and future classmates.
For many students, Accepted Students Weekend is an unforgettable experience that confirms Hult is the right school for them.
“In just one day, I fell completely in love with the school and with the city. I was certain of my decision to attend Hult. Everyone had a positive and friendly attitude, which made me feel less nervous about my first day at school! ”
Domenica Jativa, Undergraduate Class of 2021
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Kickstart your career with Hult’s undergraduate business school. To find out more, take a look at our blog #HeadingtoHult: Preparing for undergraduate life at our global campuses.