Our Dubai campus reflects the cutting-edge district it is located in—Internet City is home to the biggest names in global tech, and the rest of the city is within easy reach.
Microsoft, Samsung, and Facebook are just some of the companies with offices in Internet City. Networking opportunities, world-class industry events, and state-of-the-art facilities are on the doorstep of our Dubai campus.
Spread over a spacious 3,000 square meters, this ultramodern learning space is open 24/7. It is designed for collaboration with fully-equipped classrooms, breakout rooms, and communal spaces.
Percentage of Hult Dubai graduates who go on to have careers outside the Middle East.
Meeting rooms with state-of-the-art technology.
Square meters of ultramodern study space.
Minutes’ drive from Sheikh Zayed Road— the longest road in the U.A.E.
When you take electives at our Dubai campus as part of your Master of Business Statistics program, you’ll gain unique insights into one of the world’s fastest-growing economies.
Rotating to Dubai gives you a chance to experience the gateway to the Middle East and the region's most exciting and dynamic city. Many of the world’s leading multinationals are based here and its pivotal role in global industries such as energy, healthcare, and luxury goods make it an exhilarating place to study business. Dubai is hungry for talent and a great place to accelerate your international career. You’ll be part of a young, international, and ambitious population – over 80% of people living in the city originate from outside the U.A.E.
Percentage of Dubai’s population originating from outside the U.A.E.
Estimated number of new jobs created by Dubai hosting the 2020 Expo.
The atmosphere on the Dubai campus is what made me fall in love with Hult. There are endless activities suited to all interests, both on and off campus, and the location of Dubai itself makes exploring the surrounding areas very easy.
￼Product Development Executive, DMCC,
Pakistan-U.S., Class of 2014
Like its home country, Hult Dubai is a meeting place for business leaders from around the world. This year’s guest speakers have included Michael Corbin, U.S. Ambassador to the U.A.E., and Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Managing Director of Biotech and India's most successful self-made woman. Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak, the Minister of Culture, Youth and Cultural Development, was one of the judges at this year’s Hult Prize regional final.
Five-star hotels, the world’s tallest tower, manmade islands, and underwater hotels are just a handful of Dubai’s attractions that have made global headlines. Luxurious leisure activities are part of daily life in Dubai. A night at the races, desert safari, picnic at the polo, and soaking up the adrenaline-fueled atmosphere at Ferrari World in nearby Abu Dhabi are just some of the organized trips you can enjoy as a Hult Dubai student.
Low crime rates and an inclusive attitude make Dubai a safe, welcoming place to call home. Traditional Arabian culture is balanced with the customs, tastes, and lifestyles brought by the 190 other nationalities that have settled here. Check out the latest fashions at the city’s renowned malls, or practice your bartering skills in one of the souks. Play sports at Safa Park, relax on stunning beaches, and sample foods from all over the world. Dubai really does have something to offer everyone.
Hult International Business School
Dubai Internet City
PO Box 502988, U.A.E.
+971 4 427 5800