- Since 1964, Hult International Business School has aimed to provide the most realistic and global business education with curricula developed by business leaders and taught by world-class faculty with hands-on business experience. Hult is the world’s largest and most global business school, providing an unrivalled global perspective to its students.
- The Financial Times and The Economist consistently rank Hult in the Top 100 Business Schools in the world. According to Bloomberg Business Week, Hult Business School is 10th for employer satisfaction among international schools and the 21st best international business school. The Economist rates the Hult MBA as the world’s 55th best and first for foreign trade opportunities and the variety of graduate recruitment sectors.
- Students have the ability to study and visit Hult’s locations in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, Shanghai, and New York through his renowned and exclusive Global Rotation program. Hult is a non-profit organization coordinated by the NEASC and the Association of MBAs in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, which ensures that our students can study abroad and graduate with a U.S. degree.
Hult International Business School is a private business school with campuses in Cambridge, London, San Francisco, Dubai, New York City, and Shanghai. Hult, named after the benefactor of the school, Bertil Hult, is the successor of the Arthur D. Little School of Management, an American institution established in 1964 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and of the Ashridge Business School, a British institution founded in 1959 in Ashridge, England.
Hult acquired Huron University in London in 2007, a private American university situated in the Bloomsbury neighbourhood of London, which was subsequently re-established as the London campus of Hult International Business School. Hult International Business School acquired and merged with Ashridge Business School in 2014, becoming one of the world’s largest business schools. The two schools started to function as a single entity after 2015, with the creation of Ashridge Executive Education as a single entity.
Breakdown of fee structure
Fees for International students range from £12,000-13,200
Hult offers a variety of scholarships to help identify the best global talent and encourage on-campus diversity.
Qualified students who show the highest ability are given Merit-based scholarships. Scholarship competition increases as the year progresses. Therefore, candidates are urged to apply early. We collate applications during the year on defined deadlines. Priority shall be granted to applicants who apply their applications prior to deadlines.
The Social Impact Scholarship is for candidates who have completed an internship or volunteered at a charity or multilateral non-governmental organization (NGO) or who have their own social start-up organization.
The Global Professional scholarship is awarded to potential business leaders who have worked in a major global organization full time for a minimum of one year. Hult is looking for candidates who have experience with a multinational organization and appreciate the global market climate for this scholarship.
The scholarship for Academic Excellence is for students who have excelled in their studies and received an excellent GPA.
The Entrepreneurial Impact Scholarship is for professionals with an internship or voluntary experience who have shown engagement, leadership, or a role in the outcome of an entrepreneurial project.
Future Leader (masters only)
The Future Leader scholarship is for learners who have displayed passion and a natural desire to lead. This may be by encouraging and leading a high-performing team in a job context or by holding important leadership positions in a social, charitable, or entrepreneurial context.
Hult hosts a largely international student body, making it important to ensure that nobody feels “foreign.” New students are put through an intensive orientation program called Welcome Week during their first week. This week involves a series of team-building events that help students both interact with their first-year colleagues and get to know their urban environment.
With London’s music, art, and fashion all at your fingertips, you can experience the cutting-edge culture. Museums and galleries of world-class, shops and boutiques, bars and restaurants, parks and rivers, and the varied and vibrant nightlife make for great entertainment, day and night, and enable endless career opportunities.
Hult hosts a large international student body, making it important to ensure that nobody feels “foreign.” New students are put through an intensive orientation program called Welcome Week during their first week. This week involves a series of team-building events that help students both interact with their first-year peers and get to know their urban environment.
Located in central London, Hult’s Bloomsbury campus brings you within walking distance of the best the town has to offer. Near to TechCity: the fastest growing cluster of tech startups and giants such as Google and Microsoft, London’s most popular landmarks and public transport are all within easy reach, enabling you to reach some of the city’s top attractions easily.
You’ll live with classmates and friends at Hult House East, in a trendy setting, in the heart of the most fashionable place in East London. Students will remain here every first year, with contract lengths of 36, 43 and 51 weeks available. You may opt to stay in a residence after the first year or find and rent your own accommodation. The rooms range from penthouse apartments to shared double rooms, single ensuite rooms and even available dual apartments. Hult pride themselves on providing students with the best support possible in all aspects of a student’s life.