Hult International Business School is a new kind of business school for the global generation. Only Hult allows you to complete your one-year Master degree while immersing yourself in up to three of the world’s most influential cities, including Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, New York, and Shanghai. Graduate with a global network in place by studying alongside students from over 130 nationalities, and networking with leading employers from around the world.
Our pioneering approach allows you to complete your one-year Master degree while studying in up to three of the world’s most influential cities. Experience first-hand the business and cultural practices of the world’s biggest economies, and internationalize your resume while developing a broad network of contacts across multiple continents.
Specialists in helping international students find international jobs
Each year, we help thousands of students achieve their global career potential. Working one-on-one with our dedicated career development teams, last year graduates secured employment at 800 companies in over 60 countries. You'll benefit from coaching on crafting a personalized job search, high-stakes interview preparation, and workshops on salary negotiations and developing a personal brand.
Dual degree option
Time is your most valuable asset. That’s why our ambitious curriculum allows you to earn a Master of International Business degree (MIB) in just one year, and then have the option to specialize and earn a second Master degree in a further six months (with the option to extend up to 9 months). That means you can earn two degrees in the time it would take to complete just one at many traditional business schools.
Put theory into practice
You can't learn business by just sitting in a classroom. That’s why Hult’s unique MIB curriculum teaches you theory and gives you opportunities to practice new business thinking by tackling issues facing some of the world’s most innovative companies through the Hult Business Challenge. Choose either the Corporate Track, where they’ll solve a current problem facing a leading corporation, or the Entrepreneurial Track, where they’ll develop a startup idea of their own.