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.

In the subcategories too, Hult received a number of notable mentions, including:
  • #1 for student and faculty diversity
  • #1 for overseas alumni chapters
  • #2 for diversity of recruiters
  • #9 for % salary increase
What do these accolades mean in real life? Our students say it best:
“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.”
Atalia Horenshtien
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.”
Samuel Horton
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.

Read more from our students in the MBA brochure:

If you’ve got the drive to go beyond business, don’t hold back: start your application to join us.