Experience Hult London | Postgraduate

Join us for the day at Hult's London campus to find out what it is like to study business at a truly international school. Meet your future classmates, attend a Masterclass with one of our professors and have a chat with Hult Alumni as well as current students. After the event, we will end the day over a drink, together with your Enrollment Advisor. Interested? Register below!

37-38 John Street

Saturday, 27th of November 2021, 1:00pm GMT

What to expect?

Join us for the day at Hult's PG London Campus to find out what it is like to study business at a truly international school in one of the world’s most dynamic cities. You’ll meet our faculty, staff, and students have the chance to ask your questions about the Masters, MBA or Executive MBA program, and hear stories from the inspiring students who make our school so special.

Learn how an internationally focused degree can help prepare you for success in an increasingly global world, and see what life could be like as a Hult student. As part of the experience on campus, you will be invited to participate in an interactive Masterclass lecture with Professor Kinsville- Heyne.


Hult International Business School will be following all government- advised safety guidelines. Please note that you need to present a negative lateral- flow covid- 19 test (antigen test) upon registration, taken no more than 24 before the beginning of the event. Inform yourself of covid- 19 regulations in the UK: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus


13:00 – 14:00 Registration and Networking lunch

14:00 – 15:30 Masterclass with Hult Professor Chris Kinsville- Heyne

15:45 – 16:30 Hult Programs presentation

16:30 – 17:15 Careers presentation + Alumni Panel

17:15 – 17:30 Optional Campus tour

17:30 – 20:00 Networking drinks with current students and alumni


About the Professor

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Chris Kinsville-Heyne

Professor of Leadership & Strategy

As a British army officer, he commanded a NATO Mobile News Team at the end of the Civil War in the Former Yugoslavia (FY), returning shortly afterwards as a NATO Spokesman. As a Staff Officer, he designed the Crisis Communication plan for Media Operations in FY and was the focal point for all NATO communication prior to the Kosovo campaign. He has served in most NATO countries, training personnel to deliver strategic messages in challenging environments. Chris is also a Royal Engineers Intelligence Officer.

Chris has been published internationally and by the Harvard Business Review for his insights into Crisis Communication & Management.

Chris has lectured to and advised the US State Department, UK Civil Service, the European Union and personally trained the Prime Minister of Iraq before he took office following the Gulf War. He was published in Harvard Business Review for his views and opinions on Crisis Communications and Crisis Management, in particular on ISIS and corporate key message development during times of crisis.

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About the Masterclass

The past eighteen months have been like no other. Working practices have changed, possibly for good, and while we see our high streets gradually opening their doors once again, there are some businesses which did not survive the pandemic.

Professor Chris Kinsville-Heyne’s new Hult Masterclass, looks at how our business landscape has changed - and is still changing.

It shines a spotlight on who managed to show three essential traits, Coordination, Agility and Strength, to deal with the rapid changes imposed upon all of us - and who didn’t.

For example:

• Why did a global brand, valued at over £1.7billion, fail miserably in 2020?

• How do CEOs of major banks feel about the new normal of working from home?

• How easy is it to switch from relying on regular retail footfall to e-commerce?

• What factors should be considered when appointing a new Chairperson?

• When do you know when to switch to crisis mode?

What our students say

Manvi Arora, American,

“London is truly an international hub that connects you with huge numbers of people on a global scale.”

Manvi Arora, American,

Class of 2018, London campus

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