No matter what’s happening in the world, your education and learning should never stop. We’ve adapted our graduate programs and admission process to make sure that—no matter what—you can move forward with your education. Ready or not, the future’s coming. Don’t put yours on hold.
Adapting admissions criteria
We continue to be a selective academic institution, and for our Fall 2022 admissions, we have high expectations of the caliber of our incoming students. However, we know that many students around the world cannot provide documentation at this time because of the impact of Covid-19.
As such, Hult will continue online interviews for all candidates and we can provide alternative arrangements for documentation, including online English proficiency tests for affected regions, and flexibility around the submission of transcripts.
To help give you further peace of mind, for those starting full-time on-campus programs in Fall 2022, we are making our confirmation deposit refundable to students who are unable to access their campus of choice due to a government-imposed travel ban¹ from their country of residence 14 days prior to matriculation, or if they are unable to gain a student visa due to new Covid-19 restrictions.
¹ A travel ban is a law or order issued by a government authority preventing candidates traveling from their country of residence to the country of their home campus. This does not apply to students who can travel through indirect travel arrangements or need to adhere to additional travel requirements that may be implemented (e.g. visa/vaccination/testing/quarantine etc.). To benefit from this offer, students need to be up to date on their payment schedule.
Campus location options
Our graduate campuses are located in the center of four of the world’s most influential business hubs. So, you’ll have the flexibility to choose between them to start your degree. And you’ll benefit from a school whose operations, expertise, and network span the globe.
Our MBA and Master’s in International Business students who are unable to secure an embassy appointment before matriculation will have the option to start virtually and resume in person on January 9th 2023 at one of our campuses in the US or UK. For students who start class virtually and are still unable to secure a visa by December 2022, you will have the option to resume in person at an alternative campus or receive a tuition refund (excluding confirmation deposit). Learn more here.
Hult can suggest alternative online English proficiency exams to candidates affected by IELTS or TOEFL test center closures. Please contact your enrollment advisor for more information.
If you can’t finish university because your final exams/graduation are delayed due to COVID-19, you can be accepted and start your Hult graduate degree Fall 2022 as normal—as long as you will have proof of completion during your master’s program. You will just need to provide us with your bachelor’s degree when it is eventually awarded before the end of your master’s program.
That’s ok. If you have completed your undergraduate coursework but there are some delays to receiving your official transcripts and diploma, you can be accepted and start in Fall 2022—providing you submit your transcripts when your university releases them during your Hult year.
All of our virtual events are a great way to connect with our staff, faculty, and students from anywhere in the world. And if you’re looking for a peek at what the campus looks like, check out our virtual tours of the London campus, Boston campus, San Francisco, and Dubai campus. And of course, you can speak with an enrollment advisor who can guide you through the process and answer any questions you have.
Please note the above refers to the Graduate Programs Fall 2022 intake. Everyone’s situation is different. Please contact your enrollment advisor to discuss your personal situation so we can help. Please see hult.edu/legal/ for full program terms and conditions.
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