Hult’s Masters in International Business is the highest new entrant in the 2018 Financial Times Global Masters in Management ranking. Hult came #53 overall and #8 for International Business. The ranking features the top 100 general management masters degrees worldwide and includes both one and two-year programs.

The FT now joins The Economist (#13, Masters in Management rankings, 2017) in ranking Hult’s Masters in International Business program as among the best in the world.

“The consistently strong performance of our graduates in the workplace is reflected by our debut in the Financial Times Masters in Management rankings.”

Dr. Stephen Hodges, President, Hult International Business School

This is a great achievement in what has been an impressive year for Hult who, in addition to strong performances in the rankings, became the first U.S. business school to achieve triple accreditation earlier this year.

Hult President, Dr. Stephen Hodges, said:

“Our Masters in International Business program not only gives students a rigorous grounding in the fundamentals of business, it immerses them in diversity from day one so that they are fluent in cross-cultural understanding and able to work in multicultural teams. It’s a highly practical, future-focused degree that goes beyond business and we’re delighted that the consistently strong performance of our graduates in the workplace  is reflected by our debut in the Financial Times Masters in Management rankings.”

Open only to schools that are either AACSB or EQUIS accredited, the FT rankings criteria requires a 20% response rate from alumni and is highly results-focused with salary and international mobility carrying the most weight—a testament to the satisfaction and ongoing success of Hult alumni in the global marketplace.

In subcategories, Hult placed:

#7 for International Mobility

#8 for International Business

#31 for Career Progression

You can read more about the methodology used by the Financial Times here.

Hult International Business School rankings

13th Best Masters in Management (for Hult’s Masters in International Business) – The Economist, 2017

15th Best International One-Year MBA – Forbes, 2017

54th Best Full-time MBA – The Economist, 2017

15th Best Global Executive MBA – CEO Magazine, 2018

22nd Best Executive MBA – Ivy Exec Rankings, 2018

Bachelor of Business Administration program listed in Bloomberg Businessweek’s Best Undergraduate Business Schools, 2016

Find out more about Hult’s rankings and accreditation here.

About Hult International Business School

Hult International Business School offers degrees at undergraduate, postgraduate, and executive education levels and awards both U.S and U.K degrees across its global campuses in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, and Shanghai.

Hult takes students beyond business to learn about the world, the future, and themselves. So that they can work across cultures, help shape the future, and lead others effectively in a world that’s changing faster than ever before. With students of more than 160 nationalities and the chance to study in multiple cities around the world, students are immersed in diversity from day one. Our courses in disruptive technologies and a future-focused curriculum mean students explore the risk and opportunities the future holds, and our advanced leadership program develops a growth mindset that enables students to improve both strengths and weaknesses long after graduation.

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Make the most of what your career has to offer with a Masters in International Business from Hult. To learn more, take a look at our blog Should you choose a Master of International Business or MBA program? or give your employability a huge boost with an MBA in international business. Download a brochure or get in touch today to find out how Hult can help you to explore everything about the business world, the future, and yourself.