Hult MBA ranked #15 in the world by the Economist Which MBA? 2021
Hult’s Global One-Year MBA program celebrates its standing at #15 in the Economist’s newly released Which MBA? ranking for 2021. It’s the school’s highest placing ever in the publication’s annual appraising of MBA programs around the globe since becoming a contender in 2003.
The #15 ranking also marks a massive 50 place climb across the last five years, reflecting sustained commitment to making the Hult MBA program the most relevant, practical, and diverse in the world.
- #1 for student and faculty diversity
- #1 for overseas alumni chapters
- #2 for diversity of recruiters
- #9 for % salary increase
“Everyone brings their unique attitude, culture, and language to the table. As so many class assignments involve teamwork, you’re exposed to a plethora of nationalities, which strengthens the project and group as a unit. There’s more space for creativity, innovation, learning, and success.”
Director, Sales Engineering & Alliances, SecuPi
Class of 2020
“Knowledge of the tech world is fast becoming essential—not just for developers but for anyone who wants to work within a disruptive company. Gaining deep insight into disruptive tech at Hult helped me land an internship at Firework, one of the fastest-growing interactive video platforms on mobile. I now work for them as a senior manager.”
Senior Manager, Growth and Strategy at Firework
Class of 2019
After the disruptions of 2020, Hult continues to innovate on its award-winning MBA curriculum, offering hybrid and flexible learning options for students from all backgrounds, industries, and locations.
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If you’ve got the drive to go beyond business, don’t hold back: start your application to join us.