Hult has once again been recognized as one of the world’s leading business schools by The Economist. The Which MBA rankings, released today places Hult #1 for postgraduate salary increase and in the top 20 best business schools in the US and top 30 best in the world.

According to The Economist this year’s rankings, which factors ability to find employment and increase in earning power, were the most turbulent due to the difficult job market and many schools’ inability to open new career opportunities for its graduates.

Recognizing the effects of the global financial crisis, and to ensure its students continue to have access to top level positions around the world, Hult has responded by expanding its career services teams on each of its five global campuses and increasing the number of networking and corporate visit programs available to students. Our significant increase in this years rankings reflects our proven track record to help students secure top positions at leading companies.

“It is now more crucial than ever to many MBA candidates to choose an MBA that will transform their careers and opportunities. With our uniquely international focus, rigorous curriculum, exceptional student body, alumni network, and dedicated career services teams, Hult prides itself on training successful global business leaders,” commented Hult President Stephen Hodges.

Hult offers a range of highly skills-focused and employability-driven business school programs including a range of MBA options and a comprehensive one year Masters in International Business. To find out more, take a look at our blog Hult MBA grad wins social media award. Download a brochure or get in touch today to find out how Hult can help you to learn about the business world, the future, and yourself.