Business school in New York

Study business in this iconic city - home to the financial giants of Wall Street and the advertising giants of Madison Avenue, business doesn’t get more exciting than this.

Why New York?

Why attend business school in New York?

Business and global politics are two sides of the same economic coin, and nowhere more so than in New York City—home to both Wall Street and the United Nations. Students rotating to Hult New York are well positioned to explore this complex relationship firsthand with ready access to the worlds of finance, marketing, and politics.

languages are spoken in New York, making it one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the world.
Fortune 500 companies are headquartered in New York.
New York City has the highest GDP of any city in the U.S.
of the world’s largest stock exchanges are located in the city.
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Programs available at Hult New York

New York is available only as a Global Campus Rotation option for students on the following programs who can choose to take electives here:


Your New York campus

Our New York rotation center is located at sites in Manhattan, like the 2018 location at the Cooper Union building shown here.

“New York is the melting pot of the world and represents the best the U.S. has to offer. There’s an energy and vibrancy here that’s infectious, and a rich cultural diversity and business environment.”

Peter Kelly Kirsch, American. Class of 2018

Our rotation center is located in Manhattan, putting you at the heart of this powerful metropolis that is globally influential in commerce, finance, and media.

Life in

Life in New York

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When people think of America, they often think of New York City. For more than a century, people have flocked here from all over the world in the hopes of making their fortune and building a better life—pioneers who created the foundation of today’s intoxicating metropolis.

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Notoriously competitive and proudly ambitious, New York is not for the fainthearted. But that’s exactly what makes it so exciting. Past events have included discussions with the Honorable Thomas Reeve Pickering, former U.S. Ambassador; visits to Bloomberg headquarters; and guided tours of the United Nations headquarters.


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