Everyone comes to Hult with a different background, different priorities, and different goals. We work with each student individually to set a targeted strategy, equip them with the right tools, and guide them on a clear path to achieve their career ambitions
Forget careers teams that you never meet—at Hult, you’ll have one-to-one support from before you even set foot on campus. Your personal career and development coach is an expert in their field who’ll meet with you throughout your time here and help you connect all the pieces to find the career that’s perfectly suited to you.
"There is no one size fits all approach to career development. By developing yourself from every angle, with the Hult careers team as your guide, your goals can gain the strategy and support needed to lead to your success." Dawn Gallt Watson, Head of Careers
A degree from Hult can take you to many places and on many different career paths. Our graduates are in demand with leading global employers and are recognized for their open-mindedness, determination, and entrepreneurial attitude. These stats demonstrate how, six months after graduation, Hult’s Class of 2020 is already making its mark on the working world.
Leading employers of Hult undergraduates
Levi Strauss & Co.
of graduates are employed or have attended graduate school within six months of graduation
of graduates are now working in a different country
are working in a family business
have started their own business
I've had a strong interest in technology from a young age. At Hult, I made the most of my opportunities and secured my first job right after graduation with Apple Inc. Now, I own my own digital automation company.
Class of 2017
How did you build your network while studying?
Through Global Campus Rotation, I had the chance to generate a network across both the US coasts, London, Shanghai, and Dubai. There were many opportunities to make great connections. My experiences ranged from meeting top executives of major global corporations such as IBM to CEOs of new startups like Bluesmart to working on finding a business solution to a real-world problem for a major international client, Amazon.
How did your time at Hult prepare you for running your own business?
I think it was a mixture of things—studying in Silicon Valley, networking with startups, and having entrepreneurs like the CEO of The North Face teach me entrepreneurship. I remember meeting inspiring guest speakers that taught me a lot. Also, through interactive classes at Hult’s San Francisco campus, I built up a strong network, developed an ability to lead, and realized I was pretty good at motivating my classmates.