Through our highly practical challenge-based learning approach, our students graduate with the skills, knowledge, and network most in demand with employers.
Hult students stand out from the crowd:
Our grads at a glance
companies hired Hult 2021 graduates across 40 countries
of MBA grads changed country, industry, or function
of Hult EMBA graduates say the skills they learned during the program have taken their career to the next level
Top 50 companies hiring Hult graduates
Hult International Business School
Bank of America
Heidrick & Struggles
EF Education First
Tufts Medical Center
Vivid Technologies Inc
The Cervantes Group
Philip Morris International
Procter & Gamble
Mind The Bridge
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Elevate your company's visibility and meet our students by attending one of our career fairs. For the Spring 2023 semester, we offer both in-person and virtual career fairs.
Our fairs are about three to four hours long and take place in March at our centrally located global campuses.
What to expect
Engage with outstanding master's students as well as undergraduate students in their junior and senior year
Have face-to-face interactions about available job positions with potential employees
Maintain relationships and expand your network of recruiters
Can't attend our US on-campus fairs? Attend a virtual fair
The virtual career fair for our US campuses (Boston & San Francisco) takes place on March 15 from 11am-7pm EST and will be hosted through Handshake.
For more information about Handshake, view Virtual Fairs in Handshake: A Guide for Employers.
This is an opportunity to hear and understand the skills and knowledge our students will bring to your company when you recruit them.
This is a chance to introduce your company to our students. Sessions can take place in any of our global campuses (San Francisco, Boston, London, and Dubai) and are most successful when scheduled in connection with campus interviews or career fairs.
For companies looking to recruit graduates for global opportunities—hybrid sessions are possible to have, so you have access to a larger pool of our students.
Career industry panels
We organize several industry panels where we invite companies and industry experts to join as guest speakers to share with students how to build a career in their given industry. During these events, students will get an overview of how the different businesses run, and guest speakers can connect with our students about their open roles.
Hult is recognized by business education’s three most prestigious international accrediting bodies: The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), the Association of MBAs (AMBA), and EQUIS (The European Quality Improvement System).
Our undergraduate and graduate business degree programs are consistently ranked as among the best in the world by the most renowned publications including the Financial Times, the Economist, Forbes, and Bloomberg Businessweek.
Expect valuable insight into the skills and qualities our graduates hold entering the job market. It's also a chance to see which industries are growing and which types of jobs are in high demand. This information can help you to make informed hiring decisions and to develop recruitment strategies that will attract the best candidates. Check out our latest career reports from our business degree graduates.
At every point, we have been blown away by the level of talent, intellect, and insight. To learn theory from books is one thing, but to apply it to a living, breathing company is something else entirely. ”
Head of ECC Partner Operations
KPMG collaborates with Hult due to the diversity of the students. They are strong academically and have collaborative skills that are key to being successful in the new world of work. ”
Head of Human Resources & Learning
Hiring international students in the US has many benefits, they bring diversity & inclusion to your company and help with key issues like retention rates. The process of hiring an international student (or F-1 student) is the same as a company would follow to hire a US national. The only difference is that international students can only work while they are studying under CPT (Curricular Practical Training), and when they graduate during their OPT (Optional Practical Training) period, which can last for up to three years.
What is OPT?
OPT is a type of work authorization that allows F-1 students to work in the US for 12 months after graduation to gain work experience related to their major field of study. Most of our programs are STEM, meaning our students can extend their work period for two additional years. This is three years that they can stay working for the same company, which is more than the average time Gen Zs stay in a job.
What does a company need to do to hire an international student on OPT?
The same they would do to hire a US national, provide them an offer letter. With this offer letter, they go to a USCIS office and get their work permit.
Does hiring an international student mean I need to sponsor them?
This is a common misconception, and the answer is no. A company is not required to sponsor a candidate after their OPT period is over. However, in our experience, most companies want to after they see the experience and diverse perspectives international candidates bring. For more information about sponsoring a candidate click here.