Hult's Accreditations, Awards & Rankings

Accreditations

Hult is recognized by business education’s three most prestigious international accrediting bodies: The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), Association of MBAs (AMBA), and EQUIS (The European Quality Improvement System). We are the first and only business school in the U.S. to achieve this triple accreditation, which is held by just one percent of business schools worldwide.

Awards

Hult is the proud winner of the best Business School Careers Strategy award 2020 from the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and BGA. This follows our 2014 win of the AMBA Innovation award.

AMBA is the international independent authority on graduate business education. Their accreditation service is the global standard for all MBA, DBA, and MBM programs. AMBA currently accredits over 240 business schools in more than 70 countries.

Rankings

Hult is proud to be recognized and ranked among the best business schools in the world by some of the most prestigious independent ranking bodies.

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Financial Times 2019 Global Masters in Management Ranking

This ranking features the top 100 one- and two-year masters programs worldwide.

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for International Students, Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking (2019).
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for International Mobility, Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking (2019).
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for International Board, Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking (2019).
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Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking (2019).

Financial Times 2019 Global Executive MBA Ranking

This ranking features the top 100 Executive MBA programs for senior working managers worldwide.

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for International Students, Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking (2019).
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for International Faculty, Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking (2019).
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for Corporate Social Responsibility, Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking (2019).
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Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking (2019).

Financial Times 2019 European Business Schools Ranking

Ashridge Executive Education at Hult is ranked as one of the top business schools in Europe with our custom programs featured in the top ten in the continent.

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for Custom Programs, Financial Times, European Business School Rankings (2019).
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for Open Programs, Financial Times, European Business School Rankings (2019).
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Financial Times, European Business School Rankings (2019).

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Poets & Quants 2019 Best Undergraduate Business Schools

This ranking features the top undergraduate business schools in the United States. Poets and Quants uses a ranking methodology that relies heavily on student feedback as well as extensive data insight to rank schools on admissions, student experience, and employment statistics

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Poets and Quants, Life-changing experience
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Poets and Quants, Practicality of the degree
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Poets and Quants, Signature experience/global immersion
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Poets and Quants, Best Undergraduate Business Schools

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Times Higher Education and Wall Street Journal 2018 General Masters in Management Ranking

Hult's Masters in International Business program entered at #19 in the 2018 Times Higher Education and Wall Street Journal’s General Masters in Management Rankings, which features the top 114 general management masters worldwide.

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Times Higher Education and Wall Street Journal's General Masters in Management Ranking (2018).

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The Economist 2019 Global Masters in Management Ranking

Hult's Masters in International Business program is ranked in The Economist's ranking of Masters in Management programs worldwide. Rankings are based on graduate employment statistics and on information provided by students and alumni.

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Geographical diversity, The Economist, Masters in Management Ranking (2019).
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Range and access to overseas programs, The Economist, Masters in Management Ranking (2019).
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for Student Diversity, The Economist, Masters in Management Ranking (2019).
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The Economist, Masters in Management Ranking (2019).

The Economist 2019 Full-Time Global MBA Ranking

The Economist’s evaluation of the top 100 one- and two-year full-time MBA programs worldwide is characterized by its student-centric and global comparison of the best full-time MBA programs around the world.

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for Overseas Alumni Chapters, The Economist, Full-Time MBA Ranking (2019).
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for Diversity of Recruiters, The Economist, Full-Time MBA Ranking (2019).
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for % Salary Increase, The Economist, Full-Time MBA Ranking (2019).
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The Economist, Full-Time MBA Ranking (2019).

The Economist 2020 Global Executive MBA Ranking

The Economist reviews and ranks part-time Executive MBA programs on two broad measures: educational experience and career development.

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for Student Diversity, The Economist, Executive MBA Ranking (2020).
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for Geographic diversity, The Economist, Executive MBA Ranking (2020).
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for Overseas alumni branches, Executive MBA Ranking (2020).
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The Economist, Executive MBA Ranking (2020).

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Bloomberg Businessweek 2018 Best Global MBA program

The Bloomberg Businessweek annual ranking focuses on how well MBA programs outside the U.S. prepare graduates for career success by looking at a combination of salary, network, learning, and entrepreneurship.

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Bloomberg Businessweek, Best Global MBA program, Entrepreneurship Index (2018).
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Bloomberg Businessweek, Best Global MBA program, Learning Index (2018).
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Bloomberg Businessweek, Best Global MBA program (2018).

Bloomberg Businessweek 2016 Best Undergraduate Business Schools

This ranking surveyed nearly 30,000 students and recruiters at almost 600 companies to assess which schools provided the brightest possible career path for undergraduates.

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in new grads starting a business, Bloomberg Businessweek, Best Undergraduate B-Schools (2016).
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in new grads who went to a startup, Bloomberg Businessweek, Best Undergraduate B-Schools (2016).

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Forbes 2019 Best International One-Year MBA

Forbes' 2019 list of the Best International One-Year MBAs ranks schools solely on their "5 year MBA gain", which is the net cumulative amount the typical alumni would have earned after five years by getting their MBA versus staying in their pre-MBA career.

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Forbes, Best International One-Year MBA (2019).