Do Your MBA in Boston

Hult’s flagship campus in Boston has a collegiate feel and is located right on the banks of the Charles River, in the heartland of the most renowned academic city in the US.

Meet Hult Boston

Hult’s Boston campus embodies the city’s unique status in the US as a welcoming community of high achievers. Perfectly positioned and beautifully designed, it’s an inspiring setting to study business in.

Key highlights

  • Collegiate campus comprised of multiple purpose-built facilities

  • Located in the heart of Cambridge on the banks of the Charles River

  • Minutes from innovation hotspot Kendall Square, historic Beacon Hill, and transport links to the whole city

  • Onsite restaurant and social spaces backing onto North Park

  • Five-a-side soccer pitch, outdoor basketball court, gym with climbing wall

  • On-campus, high-spec student accommodation, Hult House


Hult MBA in Boston
Hult International Business School Boston Campus - entrance


Welcome to Hult House

Hult House is the perfect student base in Boston. Located on campus, minutes from class and an easy hop to the city, you'll live in a close-knit international community of Hult classmates. Choose from a range of room options and enjoy the communal social areas and facilities.

Campus Life

Build your network in Boston

Get to know Boston-based companies and build your network through on-campus career events, off-campus company events, and student clubs and societies. Below are just a few recent clubs and events that our MBA students in Boston have taken part in.

Consulting Club

As one of the oldest and largest student clubs at Hult, the Consulting Club provides networking opportunities, case study workshops, and expert insights into the top consulting firms.

Hult hires Hult

Hult MBA alums Don Keleman and Hitendra Patel, founder, and CEO of IXL Center and the Global Innovation Management Institute came to campus to launch their new Apex program, focused on market expansion for companies outside of the US towards the US—and looking to hire.

Hult Data Global

This student club, formerly the Data Analytics Club, aims to help improve members’ data analytics skills, provide an opportunity to explore the field, and fosters an environment in which no one is afraid of statistics and coding.

MBA programs available in Boston

MBA Degree

Global One-Year MBA

Be immersed in diversity with a transformative campus experience in one intense year.

Full-time (One year)

100% on campus, six locations worldwide

Program fee: 87,900 USD

MBA Degree

Boston-NYC Finance MBA

Prepare to lead in the elite field of finance with this STEM degree in the financial capitals of the US.

Full-time (One year)

Boston (with New York rotation)

Program fee: 87,900 USD


The first triple-accredited business school in the US

Registered in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) to award US degrees, Hult is also recognized by business education’s three most prestigious international accrediting bodies: The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), Association of MBAs (AMBA), and The European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS). We were the first business school in the US to achieve this triple accreditation, which is held by just one percent of business schools worldwide.

What our students say

Boston is the capital of education. With a high influx of international students and representation of global companies, the possibilities are endless.

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Communicate With Us Your Way

Our international team of advisors is here to discuss your individual goals and answer all your questions. How you get in touch is up to you.

Scholarship Deadline - Round 5

July 31, 2024

Priority is given to those who apply by the deadline. Our enrollment team will support and guide you through the entire process.


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