Hult is proud to be recognized and ranked among the best business schools in the world by some of the most prestigious independent ranking and accreditation bodies. Find out more about Hult's MBA rankings, awards, and accreditations below.
Financial Times Rankings
In addition to ranking in the FT's Top 100, our MBAs score highly in the subcategories that reflect our core values such as diversity, internationality, and CSR.
The Economist Rankings
The Economist’s evaluation of the top 100 full-time and part-time MBA programs worldwide is characterized by its student-centric and global comparison of the best MBA programs around the world. We've climbed 23 places in the latest full-time rankings and an incredible 50 places over five years.
Full-Time MBA Ranking
This ranking features the top 90 full-time MBA programs worldwide and is a trusted resource for those seeking an independent comparison of the best MBA degrees offered globally.
Executive MBA Ranking
The Economist reviews and ranks part-time Executive MBA programs on two broad measures: educational experience and career development, using data provided primarily by alumni.
Other notable rankings
Our continued and consistently strong performances in the rankings of the best business schools worldwide is the result of our unwavering determination to provide practical, relevant education to students across the globe.
Massachusetts Department of Higher Education
Brown Business Boot Camp
We’re partnering with Brown University to make our practical, real-world approach to business education available to Brown students. Taught by outstanding faculty from both schools, the Business Boot Camp is an intensive, immersive journey into Hult’s hallmark learning-by-doing experience.
The EY Tech MBA by Hult
We’re offering our one-of-a-kind education to leading firm—Ernst & Young—delivering a corporate MBA to EY’s 300,000 employees in over 150 countries. Our innovative learning models are designed to help students and employers stay relevant, no matter how the world changes. This is just the start of helping more corporate partners prepare for the challenges of tomorrow.