You can study your Global MBA either part-time or full-time at Hult’s Boston campus.
Start your Global MBA in Boston—America's most prestigious academic city.
Boston has a global reputation for academic prestige and is home to more than 250,000 students. It is widely considered the academic capital of America, providing rich networking opportunities and enticing major corporations to its events and recruitment fairs every year. Home to many of the world’s largest companies including Bain, Google, Facebook, BCG, Fidelity, and State Street, Boston leads the way in the healthcare, management consultancy, finance, and venture capital industries.
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Study for your MBA in Boston
Hult’s Boston campus, on the banks of the Charles River in Cambridge, is the perfect place to mix with some of the world’s brightest minds, most prestigious universities, and biggest businesses.
Live on Boston campus for the full international experience
Brand new in 2019, students now have the option to live in Hult’s amazing on-campus accommodation with basketball and tennis courts, movie theater, and auditorium.
Designed to facilitate collaboration, the campus has the feel of a modern company’s headquarters, with a light, spacious and contemporary interior.
“For me as an entrepreneur, the different venture capital investors make Boston extremely attractive.”
Nick Plueschke, German, Class of 2018, Boston campus
You’ll be within walking distance of startup hotspot Kendall Square and Boston’s Beacon Hill, and transport links mean the whole of the city is in easy reach.
Hult’s Boston campus is the ideal hub for the East Coast’s established and startup businesses. The more connections you make, the stronger your position in the job market will be. You’ll get to know the companies that make the US tick—through campus career events, clubs and societies, and taking part in case challenges and competitions.
Top campus employers
Avis Budget Group
Bank of America
EF Education First
Lloyds Banking Group
Ogilvy & Mather
Procter & Gamble
Working in the US 101
Career coach, campus recruiting guru, and best-selling author Dan Beaudry shared his years of expertise on what every international student needs to know about finding a job in the US. Topics included how best to prioritize a job search, and how to find a company willing to sponsor visas for international employees.
Career Connections workshops
This workshop series welcomed professional speakers, alumni panels, and notable executives to campus each week and covered a broad range of topics across the professional spectrum, from personal branding and effectively leveraging your LinkedIn profile, to how to launch a startup on a limited visa status.
Career Connections Forums
As a Hult student you will get the chance to connect directly with top employers at the annual career connections forum. Last year Hult Boston hosted more than 100 companies, and students met recruiting executives from companies like Accenture, Amazon, Bank of America, Google, PwC, and State Street.
Bringing lessons to life in Boston
Bringing local companies on campus to pose real challenges to students is just one way classes are enriched with real-world experience at Hult. Our Boston campus hosted a marketing “Hackathon”—one full intense day of brainstorming ideas to create a business plan for Boston-based tech business Reduxio. Students developed strategies for marketing, growth, and going to market, and then pitched their ideas to Reduxio’s board members, who chose winning solutions.
An inspiring study setting
Nestled on the banks of the Charles River, our campus enjoys sweeping views of downtown Boston. You’re only a short walk from the Museum of Science, historic Beacon Hill, and Charles Street’s shops and cafes. Excellent public transportation means that residential neighborhoods are easily accessible. Students on the Boston campus are driven, focused, and collaborative. The varied professional and networking events cater for all interests and tastes.
Hult’s award-winning campus building was originally designed by internationally acclaimed architect Thomas Sandell. Academic facilities include eight lecture halls, 53 team rooms, and a multimedia resource center. There’s also a student kitchen, lounge, and games room. The patio of our on-site restaurant and bar has great views across North Point Park.
Live on campus in Hult’s brand-new accommodation
Brand new in 2019, Hult students now have the option to live in Hult’s amazing on-campus accommodation in downtown Boston with basketball and tennis courts, movie theater, and auditorium. Be immersed in an international environment inside and outside of class, and arrive to your lessons in minutes.
Immerse yourself in the Boston business community
Get involved in Boston’s large and diverse student community to make the most of the opportunities available here. You can participate in intercollegiate competitions, academic events, and career fairs. Boston’s businesses are always looking to connect with bright students, and you’ll have opportunities to get involved in local hackathons and case challenges.
Be inspired by the Boston spirit
Sport is a big part of life in Boston. Home to world-famous teams in baseball, basketball, and American football, major sporting events are held here most weekends. With the beautiful beaches of Cape Cod lying to the south and the mountainous region of Vermont to the north—swimming, skiing, and hiking are only ever a couple of hours away. Even if you’re not a fan of sports, you’ll feel the infectious energy of the city’s competitive spirit.
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