Let’s Celebrate! Friendsgiving across Hult’s Global Campuses
When it comes to celebrating what you’re thankful for like the people around you and the friends that become your family—Hult does it like nowhere else—on a global scale.
While Thanksgiving is a world-known holiday that takes place on November 25, Hult has redefined this occasion as a time of Friendsgiving. This was an opportunity for the Hult community to come together, connect with new people, form new friendships, and solidify their network (with some great food of course). Our campuses in London, Boston, San Francisco, and Dubai chose to celebrate this holiday in their own unique way. So, we caught up with students on each campus across the globe to find out how they celebrated their events, what they did, ate, and how they found the whole experience.
London, postgraduate campus
“The event was great! Eating together and meeting up with friends, as well as making new ones made this is a really memorable experience.”– Tabitha Michael PG London
London, undergraduate campus
San Francisco, postgraduate campus
Dubai, postgraduate campus
Boston, postgraduate campus
What made you want to attend this event?
I wanted to get the chance to share this beautiful holiday with my new friends, it was an activity that unified us more, also I LOVE Thanksgiving turkey.
I think it was unique because I’d never had the chance to spend a holiday surrounded with friends from countries all around the world. It is an amazing feeling to be able to learn from different cultures, learn how the same holiday is for each of them, and what it really represents.
Daniela Concheso Giron
Boston, undergraduate campus
We are glad to have seen so many students come forward to share the holiday spirit together across all our different campuses, and we look forward to growing our global community even more. Happy Friendsgiving from everyone at Hult!
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