Hult International Business School Set to Embark on World Wind India Tour
Hult International Business School will tour five of India’s largest cities to speak with potential applicants and address a surging interest in its degree programs. From February 19-27, Hult Admissions will host information sessions in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai showcasing Hult’s undergraduate and graduate programs.
Prospective applicants will have an opportunity to meet with an admissions director and learn more about the Bachelor’s degree, as well as the Master of International Business, the Master of International Relations and the one-year MBA at Hult. The presentations will also highlight how a core focus of international business, a hallmark of the School, is infused into all its programs. Exceptional candidates will be selected for in-person interviews and successful applicants are invited to take part in the evening meet-and-greet receptions.
Since 2009, applications to Hult have increased by over 100%. Much of the interest, and business talent, comes from countries like India. Sonja Landsiedel, Director of MBA Recruitment for South Asia at Hult and a 2006 MBA graduate, commented on the caliber of Indian candidates. “We are impressed with the consistent quality and attention to detail in applications from India. Hult continues to seek and foster talent from across the world, and there is a lot of excitement here about the India Road Show.”
Committed to delivering a practical business education to aspiring business leaders worldwide, Hult International Business School was established in 1964 as the Arthur D. Little School of Management. Over a short time span the School underwent a successful re-branding and launched multiple campuses in many of the world’s key economies: Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, and Shanghai. When Hult’s newly minted campus in San Francisco opens its doors in September 2010, it will make Hult only one of two American business schools with a campus on both the east and west coast of the United States. The Financial Times Global MBA Rankings for 2010 ranked Hult 6th in the world for international business and 5th for international mobility.
Now, getting ‘plugged into the world’ as the Hult motto suggests, is within reach. The global rotation program enables graduate students to spend time in up to three campus locations during the academic year.
“Imagine taking a course in Islamic banking in Dubai, or being in Shanghai while studying how to do business in China,” says Hult’s President Dr. Stephen Hodges. “That kind of total experience builds a true understanding of how business is conducted throughout the world.”
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