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Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
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Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
Hult International Busines School - One Year MBA Program for the Global-Minded
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  1. One Global Economy. One Global MBA. One-Year MBA hult.edu 1
  2. The London Eye is the tallest Ferris wheel in Europe. Get Plugged Into The World 2
  3. “ Today, success in business is as much about understanding cultures and globalization as it is about understanding finance and marketing. With our exceptional faculty, rigorous curriculum, and unique campus network, Hult International Business School is committed to educating not just leaders of business, but leaders of the world.” Bertil Hult Chairman Emeritus of Hult International Business School. Founder of EF Education First—the world’s largest private education organization—and educational philanthropist. hult.edu 3
  4. Our History Our legacy in training global business leaders since 1964 shapes our future as the world’s most international business school. A practical business education The world’s 7th largest MBA program In 1964, the school was established as America’s first corporate university, then known as the Arthur D. Little School of Management (ADL). ADL focused on delivering a practical business education for managers. The teaching pedagogy was different from other business schools’ because it emphasized “action learning”— applying classroom theory in the real world. This methodology was honed over 40 years and is central to Hult’s pioneering approach to practical business education today. Hult’s compelling vision of a practical and global business education has attracted many students from around the world. Today, the school has grown to become the world’s 7th largest MBA program, with nearly 800 students across both full-time and part-time programs. Our growth demonstrates the tremendous demand for an innovative and practical business education. The world’s largest MBA programs 1 University of Chicago, Booth 2 The world’s most international business school 3 1964 Arthur D. Little Inc., the world’s oldest management consulting firm, establishes the Management Education Institute, which develops an innovative, accelerated one-year Master degree program to train business leaders. 4 Northwestern, Kellogg 942 4 Harvard 937 5 IE 869 6 In 2003, one of Europe’s most successful entrepreneurs, Bertil Hult, financially supported the school to expand its teaching methodology to not only train effective managers, but also prepare them to thrive on a global stage. Bertil Hult strongly believed students must experience cultural differences and global business practices firsthand, growing the school from its single Boston location to a global network of campuses including London, Dubai, Shanghai, and San Francisco under the name Hult International Business School. 1115 994 Insead University of Pennsylvania, Wharton 862 7 Hult 8 NYU, Stern 9 10 Columbia UCLA, Anderson 790* 778 737 638 Source: Annual intakes of ranked business schools from The Economist 2010 MBA rankings. *Based on Hult 2011 intake figures. 1976 The business school is officially accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), the regional accrediting body for all academic institutions in the northeastern U.S. 1998 Forbes identifies the school’s Action Learning curriculum as “highly distinctive,” ranking it in the top five MBA programs in the U.S. 2002 The Economist ranks the school the third best business school in Massachusetts, after Harvard Business School and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). 2003 The school is renamed Hult International Business School, honoring benefactor Bertil Hult’s personal vision and commitment to educating international business leaders.
  5. Hult is the world’s 7th largest MBA program. 2005 Hult’s one-year MBA program earns the accreditation of the Association of MBAs (AMBA), making Hult the first business school in the U.S. to be recognized by this prestigious international accrediting body. 2008 Hult welcomes its first class of students to the MBA program in Dubai. Hult is the first U.S. academic institution to be licensed in the U.A.E. 2009 The Financial Times adds Hult International Business School to its prestigious Top 100 Global MBA rankings. Hult’s London campus welcomes undergraduates and graduates. 2010 Hult is ranked #1 in International Experience by the Financial Times. The school’s fifth campus in downtown San Francisco is opened. The first Hult Global Case Challenge is launched, revolutionizing the business of giving and benefiting One Laptop per Child. Present Hult’s flagship campus in China opens in the heart of Shanghai. Former U.S. President Bill Clinton awards Hult’s USD1 million prize to Water.org at the Hult Global Case Challenge in New York. hult.edu 5
  6. Why Hult? Why students choose the world’s most international business school: Global Campus Rotation Top-ranked MBA Hult offers students a unique opportunity to see the world while they study. As an MBA student, you can start anywhere and go anywhere. On Global Campus Rotation, you can pick your home campus and then spend up to three months studying at two others. Students could begin in Boston, then travel to Shanghai via London or San Francisco via Dubai. You’ll get an inside look at the world’s fastest growing economies and examine international business practices close-up. Almost 90% of our students choose Hult because they are interested in this option, and over half of our students spend time in more than one campus. Hult continues its rapid ascent in business school ratings, currently ranking in the top 1% of business schools. Hult is ranked #1 for International Experience and #5 for International Business by the Financial Times, as well as #17 for best business school in the U.S. and #27 in the world by The Economist. Hands-on business experience Unlike other business schools that are research-oriented, 80% of Hult’s faculty have real-world experience. Many have worked for companies like P&G, Motorola, and Credit Suisse, while others have run their own businesses or created their own patents. Hult empowers students to develop their own real-world skills by completing a six-week Action Project consulting for a Fortune 500 company like Levi’s, Philips, Xerox, or IBM. This reinforces our mission to prepare job-ready graduates who can deliver results from day one. A U.S.accredited degree American-style graduate programs have long been the premier standard in business education. Hult International Business School is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and Association of MBAs (AMBA). That means that no matter where you decide to pursue your MBA, you will graduate with a U.S.-accredited degree. Fastest return on investment Thoughtleading education Our 12-month intensive program results in the fastest return on investment compared to higher priced two-year MBA programs. Equipping yourself with a Hult degree in 12 months results in lower cost, less time away from work, and quicker re-entry—with an MBA salary. Hult currently ranks #1 in post-graduation salary increase by The Economist and our students, on average, are able to recoup their investment in a little over a year.* Hult is on the cutting edge of business education in several key areas: emerging markets, digital marketing, social entrepreneurship, and crowdsourcing. The school launched the first dedicated Master degree covering digital marketing, search engine technology, and the impact of social media. The school also organizes the world’s largest business school competition—the Hult Global Case Challenge—that crowdsources ideas from students all over the world to help a leading non-profit organization tackle a major social challenge. Payback Comparison Hult 1.2 years IMD 3.8 Cambridge, Judge Oxford, Saïd 4.9 4.9 MIT 5.4 Insead 5.7 University of Pennsylvania, Wharton 6.2 Harvard Thunderbird 7.1 7.2 LBS *Source: Economist Intelligence Unit Ranking 2010 6 7.6
  7. Canary Wharf is at the center of London’s thriving financial center. hult.edu 7
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  9. Your Network Just Went Global 120 nationalities... 105 languages... Countless new connections hailing from different industries, cultures, and backgrounds... all united by one goal— to get plugged into the world. Hult International Business School gives you an astoundingly diverse network of professional and personal contacts. The breadth of experience, insight, and perspective that your classmates have will make your network a lot more interesting. Snapshot of 2011 MBA class: Regions of origin 31% South Asia 19% Europe 14% North America 13% Middle East / Africa 12% Latin America 11% Asia Professional experience 34% 3-4 years 35% 5-7 years 31% Over 7 years * Average of 7 years Age of Hult MBA students 5% Under 25 57% 25-29 24% 30-34 9% 35-39 5% Over 40 * Average age of 30 Pre-MBA industry 21% Financial Services 19% Technology 9% Consulting 9% Manufacturing 5% Consumer Products 5% Telecom/Media 5% Medical/Pharmaceutical 3% Energy 2% Legal/Government/Non-profit 2% Agriculture 1% Professional Services 19% Other Pre-MBA function 21% General Management 16% Technology/Manufacturing 16% Marketing/Sales 12% Consulting 12% Finance/Accounting 5% Operations/Logistics 18% Other More Hult student photos at hult.edu/lifein hult.edu 9
  10. One Global Economy. One Global MBA. 10
  11. Boston San Francisco London Dubai Shanghai hult.edu 11
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  13. Global Campus Rotation An international perspective is crucial to understanding today’s business issues. Hult offers you the extraordinary opportunity to live and study in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, and Shanghai. Immerse yourself in the world’s most influential cities Hult’s Global Campus Rotation gives you the chance to study at up to three of our five campuses. This provides you with a unique opportunity to experience firsthand the emerging markets of the Middle East, the powerhouse economy of China, or to develop a broad network of corporate contacts across multiple continents. Once you start your MBA on your home campus, you can decide where to take elective courses. Choose to stay on your home campus for the full year or spend up to 12 weeks on one or two other campuses. Imagine starting your MBA program in London and then spending time in Shanghai before graduating in Boston. It’s a truly lifechanging experience that only Hult can deliver. Seamless experience, from Hult to Hult A closer look at international business Our Global Campus Rotation is fully integrated into our MBA curriculum. In contrast to most business schools that offer their students study abroad opportunities through exchange programs with other schools, Hult prides itself on being the full provider of the Global Campus Rotation. By learning international business in a global setting, you’ll be able to put complex issues into context and gain new market insights. Study finance on our Dubai campus and compare your ideas to what regional thought leaders will do. Discuss a case study about the manufacturing industry in China and then go on a tour of the world’s largest textile factory. Nothing can replace the experience of getting an on-theground understanding of what is happening in different parts of the world—international business cannot just be taught in a classroom. No matter which Hult campus you are on, you will use the same electronic library, the same Course Management System, and will be familiar with the way our Career Services and Student Services work. You’ll mingle with classmates from other campuses during your Global Campus Rotation and build valuable contacts as you study alongside new faces and learn from different faculty on our campuses. Our global network ensures that your MBA experience is uninterrupted and hassle-free. hult.edu hul .edu hult.edu hult.edu u e 13 13
  14. Boston Hult’s Boston campus. America’s top student town Strong school spirit Set on the banks of the Charles River with great views of downtown Boston from your classroom, Hult Boston is in a prime location, down the street from the great universities of MIT and Harvard. Within walking distance from historic Beacon Hill, our campus was designed by renowned Swedish architect Thomas Sandell. This internationallyacclaimed building has excellent facilities that include an on-site restaurant with a bar and outdoor patio. The birthplace of the management consulting field, Boston also serves as headquarters to biotech, fund management, and a host of other key industries. This is a great place to build business contacts, as our campus is a magnet for an impressive array of speakers. Our intensive one-year MBA program fosters a strong sense of school spirit. At any given time you may listen to guest speakers like Steven Forbes, publisher of Forbes magazine, or Michael Dukakis, former U.S. Presidential candidate and former Governor of Massachusetts. Join any number of Hult’s student-run clubs: the Hult Student Association, Asian Business Club, Latin American Club, Consulting Club, Marketing Club, or Entrepreneurship Club. Hult Boston is always buzzing with events, from alumni gatherings, networking receptions, and distinguished speaker talks to Celtics basketball and Red Sox baseball outings, family barbeques, and drinks at Lingo—the list goes on. Families and partners are readily integrated into the student community and are always welcome to join activities. 14
  15. Somerville Vermont Charlestown Boston Naval Shipyard Cambridge Hult Boston Programs offered Boston business glimpse 1 Education Street Cambridge, Massachusetts 02141 U.S. MBA Headquarters of consulting giants Bain, BCG, and Monitor Top of Innovation Cities Global Index Knowledgebased economy stems from region’s educational excellence: Harvard and MIT are close by Financial services center— global headquarters for Fidelity and State Street Strong reputation for venture capital Prestigious healthcare industry with 17 renowned hospitals hult.edu/boston Master of International Business Harvard University MIT Financial District Charles River Boston University East Boston Boston Inner Harbor Boston Back Bay Northeastern University Boston University Medical Campus South Boston New York “Rotation is a challenging but remarkable experience. On rotation, I worked with incredible individuals and had the chance to really explore the cities. These experiences truly allowed me to grow as a professional and as a person. With over 120 nationalities in the school, it doesn’t matter where you go after your MBA—you will have classmates from that country who can share local knowledge and help you make connections quickly.” Audrius Leipus Lithuania, Class of 2011 Interiors designed by renowned architect Thomas Sandell. Boston campus life, snapshot of past events Visits to Fortune 500 companies TJX and Philips Healthcare LinkedIn training session with president of headhunting firm Dubin & Lee Tour of Federal Reserve Bank Hult Entrepreneurship Club’s Democamp Charity fashion show for Water.org Hosted President of Coca-Cola Central and Southern Europe, Nikolaos Koumettis Hult Energy Conference Women’s Executive Luncheon hosted by Kathrin Winkler, EMC Chief Sustainability Officer hult.edu 15
  16. San Francisco Hult’s downtown San Francisco campus. Epicenter of the high-tech world Study in the heart of San Francisco San Francisco’s Bay Area is the epicenter of the world’s hightech industry. Silicon Valley, just south of the city, is home to an extraordinary array of breakthrough companies including Google, Apple, and eBay. The city’s entrepreneurial culture, breathtaking scenery, and economic clout make it a remarkable place to live and study. San Francisco affords a wide range of networking and leisure opportunities, like the Venture Capital Summit, which was hosted on campus this year, featuring Silicon Valley’s movers and shakers in the VC world. Join the Entrepreneurship Club, Consulting Club, the Innovation Club, or establish your own student club to show your commitment to a field. Hult’s San Francisco campus is located in Levi’s Plaza, adjacent to historic Telegraph Hill. The entire city of San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area are easily accessible: the campus is walking distance from the financial district and Fisherman’s Wharf and close to the city’s vibrant cultural and shopping venues. Covering 45,000 square feet over three floors, Hult San Francisco offers a vibrant, contemporary studying experience—fitting for a city that leads the world’s high-tech industry. Formerly a dot-com headquarters, Hult San Francisco’s spacious and modern campus boasts four amphitheater-style classrooms, a video conferencing station, a fully equipped computer center, student breakout rooms, and stylish student lounges, all with high-speed wireless access. 16
  17. Fisherman’s Wharf San Francisco Bay North Beach Chinatown Hult San Francisco Programs offered 1355 Sansome Street San Francisco, California 94111 U.S. MBA hult.edu/sanfrancisco Master of International Business Master of International Marketing Master of Social Entrepreneurship Nob Hill San Francisco business glimpse San Francisco Bay Area center of social media revolution Home to Google, Apple, Facebook, Cisco, Intel, Twitter Consumer industries in retailing, clothing, and wine—beloved American brands like Levi’s, Pottery Barn, and The Gap were born here Hub for new global green technology industry Financial District San FranciscoOakland Bay Bridge Union Square Pacific Heights Asian Art Museum of San Francisco Haight-Ashbury Davies Symphony Hall Mission San Francisco International San Jose Airport Silicon Valley “I learned about international business both in the classroom and from my classmates. The one-year intensive program provided an environment that enabled us to establish solid connections and true friendships. San Francisco itself is awesome— with Silicon Valley close by, it’s relatively easy to access international, inspirational high-tech companies.” Kenji Yamamura Japan, Class of 2011 Enjoy our newly refurbished and contemporary school. San Francisco campus life, snapshot of past events Venture Capital Summit featuring Guy Kawasaki, top Silicon Valley VC blogger and investor Career fair with leading employers on campus for recruiting San Francisco Giants baseball game at 3M Stadium Hult fitness boot camp along the Embarcadero U.S. Culture Quest American 4th of July Celebration Tech trek tour of Silicon Valley Intramural football match in Golden Gate Park Dim sum in Chinatown hult.edu 17
  18. London Hult’s central London campus. The world’s most influential city Central London at your doorstep Live and study in the world’s economic hub—London. The British capital is home to 100 of Europe’s top 500 companies, with one of the most diverse populations of any city on the planet. With so many leading companies headquartered in London, our campus is the perfect launch pad for a successful career in international business. Student-led clubs like the Consulting Club, Creative Industries Club, Finance Club, Hult Global News Online, Model UN, and more keep the campus buzzing with fun activities and top guest speakers from companies like Facebook, Real Madrid Football, and Accenture. Located in the center of London, Hult’s campus is a newly refurbished landmark building that overlooks Gray’s Inn Garden in the famous literary and academic district of Bloomsbury. As a Hult student, you will benefit from what economists call the “cluster effect”: the added value of studying in London where the close concentration of so many top academic institutions creates learning and networking opportunities. You are within striking distance of the best that London has to offer: world-class museums and parks, Oxford Street’s shops, Covent Garden’s theaters, Marylebone’s boutiques, and Soho’s exciting nightlife, all at your doorstep. 18
  19. Regent’s Park Russell Square Senate Library Barbican Museum of London Hult London Programs offered 37-38 John Street London, U.K. WC1N 2BJ MBA Home to 100 of Europe’s top 500 companies Top of Global Financial Centers Index Most visited city in the world Biggest economy in Europe, generating more than USD400 billion a year Destination of the 2012 Olympic Summer Games Global leader in wealth management, private banking, hedge funds, and financial planning Oxford Circus London business glimpse hult.edu/london Master of International Business Master of International Marketing Master of Finance Master of Social Entrepreneurship Executive MBA Covent Garden Trafalgar Square Green Park St James’s Park St Paul’s Cathedral Southbank Centre Waterloo Big Ben Victoria “Hult was a great opportunity for me to realign my career and learn new skills. The diverse culture in London encouraged me to reach out of my comfort zone and to do things I’d always wanted to do. I got to meet amazing people from all over the world and to travel the globe. Hult has changed my life.” Inger Stapleton U.S., Class of 2011 Relax in our comfortable student lounges. London campus life, snapshot of past events John Sculley, former head of PepsiCo and Apple, spoke about game-changing innovation Young Global Entrepreneur and founder of Teach a Man to Fish, Nik Kafka, talked about social enterprise Faculty vs. student football tournament in Hyde Park Mid-module drinks at the Gherkin “Trooping the Colour” at the Queen’s birthday Parade Celebrated European Food Festival and Eurovision Excursions to Paris, Brighton, Oxford, and Stratford-upon-Avon hult.edu 19
  20. Dubai Hult’s Dubai campus. East meets West in Dubai Dynamic city, dynamic campus Modern, fascinating, and safe, Dubai is an important gateway for trade flow between the East and West. As one of the most compelling cities in the Middle East, Dubai has also been reinventing itself as one of the world’s most cosmopolitan—it is the region’s center for finance, logistics, shipping, and aviation. Home to more than 150 nationalities, with over 80 percent of the population hailing from outside the United Arab Emirates, Dubai is the preferred regional headquarters for many of the world’s multinationals operating in the Middle East. Hult Dubai’s impressive contact list means that our students get to meet with experts in industries from logistics to finance, all year round, at company visits and on campus. Hult’s Dubai campus is located in the Dubai International Academic City (DIAC), an exclusive cluster of universities and institutes. Our secure, modern student accommodation is located five minutes from Mirdif City Center, one of Dubai’s largest commercial outlets and shopping malls. Designed by internationally renowned architects, Hult’s futuristic campus is bathed in natural light and is a beehive for activities. From terrific speakers to networking events with top executives (the campus hosted over 50 guest speakers last year), our campus is a gathering point for international talent. 20
  21. The Gulf Hult Dubai Programs offered 7 Floor, Block 10 Dubai International Academic City Dubai, U.A.E. MBA Middle East's leading city for international business, founded on reputation for cultural tolerance More than 80% of the population are expats, most of them MBA-age Major retail center with biggest mall in the world Regional hub for financial services Growing Islamic finance industry One of the world’s busiest international airports Burj Al Arab Dubai business glimpse th hult.edu/dubai Master of International Business Master of International Marketing Executive MBA Burj Khalifa Dubai Investment Park Dubai Airport Dubai Silicon Oasis Saudi Arabia Dubai Outsource Zone Oman Dubailand India “The Global Campus Rotation is unique and exciting. I rotated to Dubai in order to be exposed to the Middle East—it was a great experience. The MBA is intensive and sometimes you forget what a full night’s sleep feels like, but in the end, it’s all worth it. My Hult MBA has given me the confidence and skills to take my career to the next level.” Jessica Burroughs U.S., Class of 2011 Hult Dubai’s ultra-modern school. Dubai campus life, snapshot of past events 5 6 Kayaking around the man-made Palm Jumeirah island Desert safari on camels and sand dune buggies Company visits to Emirates Flight Catering, Cisco, and the Tourism Development Investment Corporation Arabic lessons at the Sheikh Mohammed Center for Cultural Understanding Larry Hochman, Customer Relationship Expert, hosted workshop on Customer and Brand Value in the Digital Age PADI diving certificate courses hult.edu 21
  22. Shanghai Hult’s Shanghai campus. Live in the world’s fastest growing economy Shanghai is a city of breathtaking transformations—towering skyscrapers springing up next to ancient lane houses, sophisticated boutiques emerging out of open-air markets. The ascendancy of China as an economic superpower centers around Shanghai. Known as the “Pearl of the Orient,” Shanghai boasts unrivaled cultural status in China as the birthplace of new trends and life-changing ideas. With nearly 23 million residents, Shanghai is one of the world’s largest cities and is considered China’s most cosmopolitan metropolis. Hult puts you in the center of one of the most transformative cities on earth. 22 Amazing downtown location Hult’s downtown People’s Square campus sits in the heart of the city’s commercial, financial, retail, and social scene. Footsteps away are Shanghai’s most famous shopping street, Nanjing Road, and the extraordinary Shanghai Museum. Our school recently won first place in an architectural interior design competition for its state-of-the-art classrooms, computer laboratories, and student lounges. Feel the incredible energy behind the world’s most populous nation at our centrally-located People’s Square school. Convenient subway and public transportation access make exploring the city easy, while residential accommodations are a short commute away.
  23. Children’s Park Huzhou Assembly Hall Beijing Shanghai Railway Museum Jiaotong Park Hanzhong Square Hult Shanghai Programs offered* Shanghai business glimpse 4th Floor, Jinling Haixin Building 666 Fu Zhou Road Huangpu District Shanghai 200001 China MBA Biggest city in the world’s largest emerging economy Center of China’s growing affluent middle class Home to China’s largest stock exchange World’s busiest container port Growing pharmaceutical hotspot Capital of China’s fashion scene Host of 2010 Shanghai World Expo, the best-attended trade fair in world history hult.edu/shanghai Master of International Business Master of Finance Executive MBA *Programs offered on Hult’s Shanghai campus are not available for China nationals. We encourage Chinese nationals to apply to Hult’s other campuses in Boston, San Francisco, London, and Dubai. Huangpu River Huangpu The Bund Nanjing Road Municipal Library Oriental Pearl Television Tower People’s Square Shanghai Grand Theatre Jinmao Tower Shanghai Museum Pudong Yuyuan Garden Huaihai Park Fuxing Park Xintiandi Pudong International Airport “Hult’s rotation was a truly memorable experience. By working with professionals from around the world, I gained priceless experience about opportunities and challenges in different markets around the globe. The connections and friendships that I have created are not only additions to my network, but are impacting my career choices and global movements moving forward.” J. Alex Mason Canada, Class of 2011 Experience China firsthand at Hult Shanghai. Shanghai campus life, snapshot of past events 5 6 Company visits to Chinese factories of Giant, Tyco Electronics, Alibaba, Ferrotec, Baosteel, Wahaha Roster of C-level speakers on doing business in China Toured World Expo China Pavilion Chinese acupuncture demonstration Mandarin lessons Kung fu sessions Toured ancient water town Huangpu river cruise Talk on special careers and Chinese leadership styles by a partner at headhunting giant Korn Ferry Excursions to Hangzhou, Suzhou, Guilin, and Beijing hult.edu 23
  24. “ A life-changing opportunity to study in 3 cities in 1 year.” Learn firsthand about international business during your Global Campus Rotation. Study at up to three of Hult’s campuses in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, or Shanghai. “There’s so much happening in Boston. All kinds of sports, from marathon running to kayaking, not to mention the academic pursuits—everything combined creates an amazing overall experience. Boston offers a great combination of academics and a thriving social life. There’s an expression that ‘the business of America is business,’ and it’s very true.” Arun Varma India, Class of 2010 Boston Global Campus Rotation highlights • Visit to Philips Healthcare, division headquarters for one of the world’s biggest electronics companies • First annual Hult Energy Conference on campus, including guest speakers, exhibitions from clean-tech companies, and industry networking session • American cultural immersion with trips to Red Sox baseball games, Cape Cod beach, and amphibious tours of Boston • Social get-togethers including karaoke, BBQs, and outings for students, families, and alumni • Spectacular fireworks display on the Charles River on Independence Day Your classroom overlooks downtown Boston and the Charles River. 24 “San Francisco is the center of technology. Silicon Valley offers loads of opportunities. People do business differently here—they’re pioneers. There are brilliant people open to new ideas and constantly generating amazing stuff. Not to mention, the weather is great, too!” Rashmitha Matta India, Class of 2010 San Francisco Global Campus Rotation highlights • Visit to Napa Valley to investigate the economics of the wine industry and running a vineyard • Tech trek to Silicon Valley, to Sandhill Road, Palo Alto, and Mountain View • Sciences industry career workshop led by Dr. Toby Beth Freedman, President and Founder of Synapse Search • Company visit to Autodesk, the leading company in 3D design, engineering, and entertainment software • San Francisco Giants baseball game at 3M Stadium
  25. “London is the financial capital of the world. For one thing, there are very few places where you can have a conversation about what’s happening in Russia, the Middle East, and Asia on the way to the snack machine and back.”   Joshua Boone Wilcoxson U.S., Class of 2010 London Global Campus Rotation highlights • Welcome boat party on the River Thames • Wide range of speakers on campus— from former CEO of Apple to head of sustainability at a Fortune 500 company • Experienced the best of Britain, from West End plays, Wimbledon tennis tournament, and the London food festival, to Olympic Walking Tours and Royal parades • Networking events with executives from Nokia and Grapple Mobile and oneon-one career service sessions with personalized job advice • Social activities, including football tournaments, drinks at the Gherkin, wine tastings, and the Hult’s Got Talent Show “Ultimately, I want to work in Dubai. I wanted to see how business functions in a different context. There are different ways of doing business around the world—how can you approach global management if you haven’t seen it in a different way? In Dubai, it’s all about your relationships. People communicate more to reach a decision. It’s a very friendly culture.” Heather Kanabe Canada, Class of 2011 Dubai Global Campus Rotation highlights • A desert safari, indoor skiing trips, and a diving and snorkeling trip to Dibba • Impressive range of speakers from a managing director of HSBC to a bestselling Middle Eastern business author • Panel discussion on Supply Chain Management and Logistics, led by Sean Bradley, Managing Director of Barloworld Logistics • Workshop on Customer and Brand Value in the Digital Age by guest speaker, Larry Hochman, former Director of British Airways and European Business Speaker of the Year (2011) • All students received Arabic lessons “My experience in Shanghai changed my life. My Global Rotation there empowered me to understand how I would be able to do business in China and develop my career there. Every class I took in Shanghai was taught by phenomenal professors with extensive international experience and I loved our factory visits and field trips. There is probably no better place to experience the value and impact of globalization in business than China.” Jenny Liu U.S., Class of 2011 Shanghai Global Campus Rotation highlights • Company tours of: Giant, China’s largest bicycle manufacturer; the Tyco Electronics factory; Baosteel, the world’s largest steel company; the data monitoring center of Alibaba, the largest e-commerce group in China; and the solar power panel plant of Ferrotec, a Japanese-listed company • CEO of Sapa Group, COO of TallyWeijl, and Founder of Qingyu trading company speak and offer advice on doing business in China and strategy sessions on winning the Asian consumer markets • Business networking opportunities with senior executives in Shanghai • All students received Mandarin lessons hult.edu 25
  26. San Francisco’s iconic Golden Gate Bridge. An Intense One-Year MBA 26
  27. “ Hult was an experience of a lifetime. I learned the importance of teamwork and gained the tools that I need to run a profitable business. I highly recommend Hult to anyone who is looking for a strong business education among experienced managers and exceptional faculty.” Andre Carvalho Business Development Manager, Bunge Brazil, Class of 2009 hult.edu 27
  28. Our hands-on approach to learning helps you become job-ready from day one. 28
  29. Our LEAP Method Employers want MBAs who are job-ready. We’ve designed our curriculum so that you don’t just study abstract theory—you also get hands-on experience. Our innovative curriculum is based on three components, “Learn, Experience, Action Projects”: LEAP. 1. Learn 2. Experience 3. Action Project Hult’s LEAP method is an integrated approach to learning that enables you to be able to put classroom theory into practice. Experience is a critical component of our LEAP method. Your year will include panel discussions with industry experts, company visits, and exclusive networking opportunities. These features will give you an opportunity to relate theory to practice. Participate in a real-world project for a major company. Advised by a mentor (typically an experienced management consultant), small teams of students compete with one another to develop a business strategy for a Fortune 500 company. Start your MBA by learning theory and business fundamentals in the classroom. Like most top business schools, Hult faculty employ the case study method to illustrate how business principles are applied in practice. Professors encourage thought-provoking class discussion to facilitate the exchange of ideas and the sharing of experiences. Hult provides you with the theory, tools, terminology, and trends to give you a broad perspective on business. However, unlike other top business schools, Hult goes beyond the theoretical to the practical. Meaningful dialogue with prominent business leaders will offer valuable insights into how executives make decisions in a fast-moving, competitive environment with imperfect information. Past classroom speakers include a senior executive of the Real Madrid Football Club, who explained the economics of running one of the world’s largest sports franchises; the co-founder of Apple Computer, who discussed how to maintain innovation in a changing business environment; and the head of a major Silicon Valley venture capital firm, who advised students on how to evaluate potential venture capital opportunities. No other business school offers such access to key decision-makers of the world’s leading companies. Over a period of six weeks, each team will consult with company managers to make a business case for the development of a novel idea. Each team will present its recommendations to a senior company leader (typically a C-level executive or board member). Hult’s Action Projects are designed to emphasize innovation and growth. Though the scope of Action Projects varies, most projects focus on the paramount challenge facing a company: identifying new pathways for growth. hult.edu 29
  30. Be prepared for an intense year. Innovative One-Year MBA Curriculum Module B Advancement Module C Mastery Module D Global Application September October—December January—February March—April May—June Acquire the prerequisite skills and basic knowledge that are essential for successfully completing Hult’s intensive, one-year program. Build your financial and analytical knowledge, and gain the functional skills that all managers need to lead a high-performance organization. Design strategies for positioning a business in the global marketplace. Learn how to sustain a healthy business and to maintain a competitive edge during periods of unexpected change. Learn how to communicate, execute, and advise corporate clients. Prepare yourself for the capstone Action Project through teamwork in a global simulation of a start-up business. Hult’s Global Campus Rotation: Learn about business practices in one part of the world by taking electives at one of our five global campuses. • Introduction to the MBA Program • Accounting and Finance “Boot Camp” • Introduction to Career Strategy and Tactics (continues through Modules A, B, and C) • Introduction to Case Analysis • Leadership and Team Building • Quantitative Analysis • Financial Management • International Accounting • International Marketing • Managerial Economics • Lifetime Career Management • Corporate Finance • Strategy • Operations • Global Management* • Lifetime Career Management • • • • Consulting Methods* Technology Management* Business Execution Management Communications* • Corporate Social Responsibility* • Lifetime Career Management Sample Module D and E electives: • Self-Discovery Project • Team-Building Exercises • Leadership Training • Executive Seminars • Career Skills Practice • Executive Seminars • Career Skills Practice • Guest Lectures • Company Visits • Executive Seminars • Networking Events Credit Toolbox: 4 credits 14 credits 12 credits 12 credits 9 credits When Module A Fundamentals Projects MBA Toolbox Foundations Focus Subject * Courses may be offered out of sequence. 30 • Applied International Derivatives • Islamic Banking • Financial Statement Analysis • Financial Modeling and Valuation • Investment Banking • Capital Markets • Digital Marketing • Global Strategic Valuation • Cooperative Strategy • Management Consulting • International Negotiations • Leadership in the Global Village • Entrepreneurship • Doing Business in the Middle East • Solutions Marketing • New Product Development
  31. Join us on campus Hult Campus Visits Prospective students and applicants are welcome to visit any one of Hult’s five campuses to take a tour, meet with current students, staff and faculty, or sit in on a class. For more details, please visit hult.edu/campus-visits Module E Action Learning Executive Track July—August Hult’s Executive Track is an innovative training program within the MBA curriculum for exceptional candidates with outstanding academic qualifications, leadership potential, and professional experience. Hult’s LEAP Action Project: Solve a “real-world” problem for a corporate client while taking advantage of the opportunity to take electives at another of our five global campuses. • Managing People: Business, Government, Social Policies, and Trends • Growth Through Innovation • Doing Business in China • Applied Positioning Strategy • Pricing Policy/Strategy • Consumer Behavior • Mergers and Acquisitions • Project Management • Principles and Certification Review • Management Practices: From Attitude to Strategy • International Marketing Communications • Management Information Systems • Action Project 7 credits Special Admission Required Each Executive Track MBA student is paired with a professional mentor who shares industry insights, current hiring practices, and career advice. The program includes exclusive events and access to alumni, recruiters, and executives, as well as invitations to represent Hult at career fairs and events, plus advanced seminars covering personal branding, effective leadership, and high-impact presentations. To be considered for our Executive Track, you must meet minimum work experience and GMAT requirements. Qualified applicants are invited to one of our global campuses for an intensive one-day evaluation prior to the start of their MBA program. A small group of the highest caliber students will be selected for each campus. To apply for this program, speak to your recruiter after applying for the MBA program at hult.edu/apply-now hult.edu 31
  32. Teamwork and collaboration are key ingredients to your success. 32
  33. Action Projects Applying classroom learning to a real business— your Action Project—gives you a powerful platform from which to develop strategic thinking about innovation and growth. How your Action Project works We place you in small teams and assign each team to a leading business or company to help solve a real business problem. Each team is led by a faculty advisor. At each of Hult’s international campuses, we have created partnerships with Fortune 500 companies and leading business executives. Within each of these companies, five student teams work intimately with a high-level executive in charge of the company’s growth and development. Student teams are further motivated to work at high standards by competing with each other. Over six weeks, these teams meet with the company executive(s) four times while facing the task of coming up with a full-fledged plan for growth. Simultaneously, they are aided through the process by one of Hult’s world-class consulting coaches. At the end, they present their proposal to an executive team of the corporation. During this distinctive project, each team will develop insights about the particular industry and business, identify breakthrough ideas, develop a business concept, and build an implementation plan to present to senior executives and CEOs. Innovation and Growth Recognizing that innovation is key to sustaining competitive advantage and driving growth, Hult has launched projects based on the theme of “Innovation and Growth.” This program targets the most important and difficult problem facing every company: identifying new pathways for growth. Students work toward solving this problem by drawing on a curriculum that emphasizes both theory and practice. Students can take advantage of some of the distinct strengths of Hult: our global presence, a widely diverse student body, and world-class leaders in the field of innovation. Participating Companies (2008 to 2011) Gain board-level exposure Presenting to the senior management of a Fortune 500 company is an exciting conclusion to a life-changing year. The project gives students the opportunity to develop solutions to the pressing challenges of leading multinational organizations. Companies benefit from the ability to crowdsource new ideas and insights from diverse international teams with students from over 120 countries. hult.edu 33
  34. “ My Action Project was a phenomenal learning experience.” Action Projects are a cornerstone of our innovative curriculum, which help you get jobready from day one. Every year, each Hult campus offers distinct projects for major companies. Making up the future Fashioning the future Boston campus: Online buying in cosmetics San Francisco campus: Social media in retail Cosmetics companies are furiously trying to find the answer to a billion-dollar puzzle: how much of their market can they move online, in a sector where customers like to try before they buy? Hult Boston students examined how to make online cosmetics feasible and fun, presenting their findings to the Director of Innovation and Research and Development at a major Brazilian cosmetics company. Social media is a key tool in the marketing of the future, as consumers spend increasing amounts of their time on Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks. A leading U.S. clothing and fashion brand gave Hult San Francisco students the challenge of thinking beyond existing social media to the next generation of virtual pathways essential to marketing its products. Students were asked to focus specifically on exciting growth opportunities in emerging markets. They reported their findings to the Head of Global Marketing. Flexible thinking in a mobile market Boston campus: New markets for a Fortune 500 Scan this barcode with your mobile phone to learn more about Action Projects. 34 4 A Fortune 500 company sells printers, photocopiers, and digital printing presses, and it wants to maximize business opportunities in the rapidly growing niche of printing from mobile devices. But this is a tough market to understand—competitors have to draw up business plans in a sector where new technology and new competitors are rapidly appearing. Hult Boston students identified business opportunities in mobile printing, putting the case forward to the Chief Technology Officer. To do so, they had to reject short-term trends and threats in order to look at the longer-term future of the mobile sector. Creativity in credit cards Dubai campus: Payment methods Wanted—clever, dedicated, and imaginative young people to explore futuristic and innovative ideas that go beyond conventional credit cards. Students at Hult Dubai were tasked by a Middle Eastern banking giant with looking into how consumers are going to pay for goods and services in the future. They had to think up solutions that met a challenging double set of criteria: convenient and attractive to customers and commercially deliverable for Hult’s financial services client. Hult Action Project teams proposed their solutions to the Head of Leadership and Management Development.
  35. Mobile payments for mobile customers London campus: Business travel A global travel company specializing in business clients wants to know about the future of mobile payments—a fast and convenient method for this ultra busy client segment. Hult London students assessed the technology, developed an understanding of customer needs, and presented their workable and long-term business plan to the Innovation Manager for Corporate Strategy. Doubling digital revenue London campus: News media One of the world’s leading international business newspapers wants to double its digital revenue to remain profitable in the 21st century. Across the news media and a range of other industries, the future is digital—but it is extremely hard to monetize digital content. Hult London students analyzed the newspaper’s opportunities in this medium and presented their findings to its senior executive team. Logical logistics Shanghai campus: Logistics in online B2B Small businesses are increasingly keen to use online services to purchase vital equipment—they can choose from an amazingly wide range of products, and can buy cheaply and efficiently. But how can the intermediaries that operate the purchasing platforms keep the transaction costs as low as possible— and make delivery as rapid as possible at the same time? Hult Shanghai Action Project teams looked at the future of logistics, working with the world’s largest online B2B trading platform for small businesses. They reported to the Director of Payments and Logistics for SmallOrder Global Trading at one of China’s most robust e-commerce websites. Action Project students and clients say: “During our Action Project, my team and I had to solve real-time problems that an organization faced. We had to dig down and use the tools and techniques we learned in class and got to interact with very senior executives. There is no other business school that lets students learn at this level.” Rochak Verma India, MBA Class of 2011 “The teams seem to grasp the fine details of creating a medical data pricing model as well as the necessary ‘win-win’ environment that could sustain such an operation. They did a great job.” Dr. Eric Silfen Chief Medical Officer Philips Healthcare “For us, harnessing innovative and creative ideas from student teams from all corners of the globe is a powerful source of fresh business insights and opportunities.” Michael Perman Senior Director, Global Marketing Levi’s hult.edu hu t.e hult.edu hult.edu ul 35 35
  36. Learn From Professors Who Have Real Business Experience Hult’s faculty have hands-on experience running and growing businesses. Faculty members include: Nick Amdur, Professor of Operations John C. Edmunds, Professor of Finance M.B.A., Boston University Ph.D. in Business Administration, Harvard Business School; M.B.A., Boston University; M.A., Northeastern University; A.B., Harvard University Professor Amdur has over 30 years of line, staff, and executive policy experience in engineering, manufacturing, computer systems, and education settings. He is President of Amdur Associates, an operations consulting firm that focuses on enterprise and supply-chain solutions. He has taught graduate courses in Operations Management at Northeastern University, Bentley College, Boston University, and Simmons College. Professor Edmunds specializes in finance with particular interest in the areas of capital markets and emerging markets, international finance, and derivatives. A member of the faculty at Babson College, he has teaching experience at other Boston universities as well as in Spain, Costa Rica, and the Dominican Republic. Rob Anthony, Professor of Global Management Viktoria Dalko, Professor of Finance M.B.A., Harvard Business School; A.B., Occidental College Ph.D. and M.A., University of Pennsylvania Professor Anthony has pursued a dual career as a general management consultant and an educator. As a consultant, he has a broad practice in assisting global corporate clients in change management, strategy innovation, and leadership development. At Hult, Professor Anthony has taught Organizational Behavior, Leadership, Strategic Management, and Strategic Innovation. Professor Dalko has served on the faculties of Harvard and CUNY Baruch College. She was a visiting scholar at the University of Munich and a visiting professor at Thunderbird, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Corvinus University Budapest, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and the University of Illinois. Dr. Dalko has also served as Advisor to the President of the National Bank of Hungary and Chief of Staff of the Budget, Tax, and Finance Committee of the Hungarian Parliament. Federic Chartier, Professor of Finance Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin Professor Chartier has worked 21 years in banking at American Express, Dresdner Bank, and Bank of Boston. His banking expertise ranges from credit analysis to domestic and crossborder lending, treasury sales, foreign exchange, and hedging interest rate risk. He has taught economics and finance at several schools including Babson College and Boston University. Professor Chartier received an Outstanding Faculty Award, presented by the New England College of Finance. Julie Yao-Cooper, Professor of Marketing Daniel Deneffe, Professor of Managerial Economics and Strategy Ph.D. and M.A. in Industrial Organization/Strategy, M.A. in Economics, Cornell University; A.B. University of Toronto Professor Deneffe is an international partner in consulting at Arthur D. Little. Prior to teaching at Hult, Dr. Deneffe taught strategy at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. He is widely published in economic and managerial journals and co-authored a book on market evolution. M.B.A., A.B.D., D.B.A. Program, Harvard Business School; A.B., Harvard University William Hancock, Professor of Accounting, Finance, and Business Professor Yao-Cooper specializes in marketing, brand loyalty, and quantitative methods. She has also lectured at Harvard Business School, Boston University, and Hua Zhong University in Wuhan, China. Professor Yao-Cooper has over 15 years of consulting experience in market research, strategy, and corporate training. M.B.A., Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania Patrick Courtin, Professor of Negotiations Ph.D. in EE and Systems Sciences, Columbia University; M.A. in EE and Computer Science, Columbia University; Diplôme d’Ingénieur de l’Ecole Supérieure d’Electricité de Paris Dr. Courtin has extensive experience as the CEO for a series of successful high-tech, Boston-based companies. As CEO, he negotiated alliances, joint ventures, and partnership agreements in more than 30 countries. Dr. Courtin currently serves on the boards of directors of Kashya Inc. and OpenNetwork. 36 Professor Hancock has over 30 years of experience as a senior management consultant for IBM, Ernst & Young, and Keane. He was also worldwide marketing manager for a division of Digital Equipment Corporation, where he created the world’s first business-to-business online e-commerce site. He is listed in “Who’s Who in America,” “Who’s Who in the World,” and “Who’s Who in Finance and Industry.” George Kastner, Professor of Management Practices Ph.D., M.Sc., and B.Sc., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Professor Kastner has over 30 years of experience in management, consulting, and strategic planning. He is CEO of REDITUS International, a management consulting firm that develops strategic plans for corporate executives. Professor Kastner has served as Director of the Nomos Project at Harvard’s Center for International Studies. He has taught at IESA in Venezuela and UNIANDES in Colombia. He has also been a visiting scholar at New York University, Cornell, and MIT.
  37. Agnieszka Kuzniarski, Associate Dean, Professor of Management Communication Shawn O’Donnell, Professor of Management Ph.D. and M.Phil. in Applied Linguistics and English, Cambridge University; M.A., Warsaw University Professor O’Donnell is an engineer-turned-industry-analyst for the telecommunication and media industries. His research focuses on the intersection of technology, policy, and economics in the development of new markets. He has studied consumer and market reactions to new communications technologies for the MIT Media Laboratory and corporate and NGO clients. He also teaches international communications courses at Tufts University’s Fletcher School. Before joining Hult in Dubai as Associate Dean and Professor of Management Communication, Dr. Kuzniarski taught at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, where she also engaged in curriculum development and research on intercultural aspects of professional communication. Joanne T. Lawrence, Professor of Global Citizenship M.B.A., New York University; M.A. in Corporate and Political Communication, Fairfield University Professor Lawrence has extensive experience with transforming global organizations for greater economic and social impact. She has been engaged in cross-border mergers, alliances, and restructurings, and her clients have ranged from Morgan Stanley and the World Bank to small social enterprises. Prior to Hult, she taught at INSEAD’s MBA and executive education programs. Her 20 years of corporate experience include being Vice President of Corporate Communications for SmithKline Beecham. Lawrence Louie, Professor of Accounting and Finance M.B.A., Stanford Graduate School of Business; B.A., University of California, Berkeley As the founder of Alibris, Professor Louie transformed it from a start-up to a highly successful online retailer. Professor Louie went on to become a faculty advisor at the University of San Francisco’s School of Business Incubator and direct the business school’s New Venture Center. He has also directed the MBA program at University of San Francisco and helped pioneer the school’s Career Services. He has won many awards as an educator. Keith Merron, Professor of Consulting Ph.D., Harvard University Professor Merron is the founder and Managing Partner of Avista Consulting Group, an organizational consulting and leadership development firm dedicated to helping organizations with bold visions achieve sustainable high performance and industry leadership. With over 25 years of experience assisting executives in business, government, and education, he has also successfully conducted over 25 large-system strategic, cultural, and technical change efforts. Professor Merron has authored multiple books, including Riding the Wave: Designing Your Organization for Enduring Success, and The Golden Flame: The Heart and Soul of Remarkable Leadership. Agnes Naim, Professor of Marketing Ph.D., University of Bath; M.B.A., Manchester Business School; PGCE, University of London; B.A. (Hons.), Cambridge University Professor Naim has over 15 years of experience teaching. Her area of research expertise is the ethics of marketing to young people. She works as a consultant to a range of governments, NGOs, and corporations including UNICEF, Family and Parenting Institute, Coca-Cola GB, Unilever, and Mothercare. She has served on government panels for the U.K. Department of Education and the Department of Health to conduct a major review of the impact of the commercial world on children’s wellbeing. She is a frequent press, radio, and TV commentator on the ethics of marketing to children, and published a book, Consumer Kids. John Newman, Professor of Entrepreneurship M.B.A., Harvard Business School; B.A., University of California, Santa Barbara Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hitendra Patel, Professor of Innovation Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering, Iowa State University; M.B.A., Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University Dr. Patel chairs Hult’s Innovation and Growth Action Learning Program in conjunction with the IXL Center. Prior to Hult, Dr. Patel was a senior leader and co-founder of the Monitor Group’s Innovation Practice responsible for Asia and Latin America. Dr. Patel has worked at Motorola in the portable energy space and is the owner of six patents. He is also a founder of various venture-backed companies. Dr. Patel is the co-author of 101 Innovation Breakthroughs and The State of Innovation at the Firm Level in Singapore and Greenovate! Companies Innovating to Create a More Sustainable World. Bill Ryan, Professor of Accounting Ph.D., M.B.A., University of London Previous to Hult, Professor Ryan held a number of senior management positions in accounting and strategic change management in companies such as Chrysler and the 3M Corporation, where he completed assignments in the U.K., Europe, and the U.S. His research and publishing covers management control, accounting, and business strategy. Wahyd Vannoni, Professor of Marketing M.B.A., Boston University Professor Vannoni has more than 15 years of international experience in media, corporate communications, digital marketing, and social media. He holds an MBA from Boston University and began his career at CNN’s World Business Today show. Dr. Vannoni’s current clients include a USD4 billion market-cap company as well as the Italian energy regulator. In 2005, he was elected member of the Board at the American Chamber of Commerce in Croatia. Michael Wagemans, Professor of Global Management Ph.D., London School of Economics Dr. Wagemans is a director at PricewaterhouseCoopers, leading the Public Services Advisory Practice. Prior to PwC, he was a strategy consultant at Arthur D. Little. He holds a Ph.D. in Political Economy from the London School of Economics. He was the recipient of the Hoover Foundation Fellowship while at Brown University and has been a Visiting Fellow at Oslo University. Yael Zif, Professor of Leadership Ph.D. in Humanistic, Developmental, and Organizational Studies, Boston University Dr. Zif has extensive experience in leading training and development programs for managers in different cultures and environments. She has served on the faculty of the Executive MBA Program of Tel-Aviv University since 1982, and at the Graduate School of Management of Boston University since 1987. Her areas of expertise include leadership, organizational behavior, and cross-cultural communications. For a full list of Hult’s current faculty, please visit hult.edu. Professor Newman has extensive experience with entrepreneurship and small businesses. The founding director of the entrepreneurship program at Boston University, he has also taught entrepreneurship at Babson College for over a decade. He has consulted to universities and government bodies on the design and delivery of entrepreneurship programs internationally. hult.edu 37
  38. We apply the latest technology to help enhance your MBA experience. 38
  39. Get Connected Access Hult’s MBA program anywhere. Our mobile initiatives are designed to enhance and extend your learning beyond the classroom. iPad-enhanced learning HultTV At Hult, we apply technology and innovation to make sure your MBA experience is extraordinary. We embrace learning using tablet and mobile technology, which is why we provide an iPad for every incoming MBA student. The iPad that awaits you on campus is integrated into your learning experience and will be loaded with a series of useful apps, including productivity and study tools like iAnnotate, media-rich supplementary videos, interactive textbooks, and access to campus and class information. Watch Hult professors and classmates debate or watch top speakers present current trends, available across Hult’s five world-class campuses via HultTV. LEAP lectures, Executive Speaker Series, case challenge competitions, and events taking place on Hult’s campuses are broadcast on the internet. Whether you are in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, or Shanghai—with HultTV, you can access what’s happening on campus anywhere in the world. Hult Tutors on Demand Hult TOD (Tutors on Demand) Podcasts are short tutorials that feature engaging or complex topics accessible to Hult students all around the world. Download TOD Podcasts and useful apps to enrich your learning experience, and review key concepts from the classroom available on iTunesU. For example, students who need extra help on specific concepts, like the Black-Scholes option pricing model or analyzing financial statements, can download a Hult TOD on the topic. iHult campus app iHult is a simple app that keeps you connected to the latest events at our five global campuses. iHult stores maps, recommendations on restaurants, and things-to-do guides, as well as the full schedule of workshops, guest speakers, and special events happening around the Hult world. Life in There will be times when you’ll want to close your textbooks and get out of the house, but you might not be 100% familiar with social offerings available to you. That’s why we created Life in—a website featuring social content generated only by Hult students. The site features extensive galleries of user-submitted photos and a wealth of student reviews of restaurants, cafes, night clubs, local bars, and attractions to help you plan your free time. When you’re ready to add to the discussion, you can upload photos and reviews of your own. The site can even be accessed through your existing Facebook profile. Take a moment and see what Life in is all about at hult.edu/lifein. hult.edu 39
  40. Be Inspired Serving as judges at the Hult Global Case Challenge Final, from left to right: George Fisher, former CEO of Kodak and Motorola; Jeffrey Fulgham, GE’s Chief Sustainability Officer; Michael Birch, Co-Founder of Bebo; and Peter Thum, Co-Founder of Ethos Water. Hult’s Executive Speaker Series brings to our campuses the brightest minds from a wide range of industries and backgrounds to share path-breaking business trends and sage professional advice. Illuminating insight From Former U.S. President Bill Clinton to Steve Wozniak, the Co-Founder of Apple, to John Sculley, former CEO of PepsiCo and Apple, Hult attracts an impressive array of guest speakers. We make sure you get out of the classroom and in front of some of the best business people and companies in the market. Our Executive Speaker Series are open forums for questions, answers, and the latest business practices and industry insights. Access all areas No matter which campus you study at, you will have access to speaker broadcasts around the Hult world through HultTV. Previous speakers on campus form an impressive roster, from industry mavericks to distinguished corporate titans: Jimmy Wales, Founder of Wikipedia; Steven Forbes, Editor-in-Chief of Forbes magazine; George Fisher, former CEO of Motorola and Kodak; and Jim Rogers, investment guru. Hult’s speakers also include Young Global Leaders (under 40), a select group of representatives of business, government, civil society, arts and culture, academia, media, and social enterprise. Great guest speakers Previous speakers at Hult include: Bill Clinton, 42nd President of the U.S. John Sculley, Former CEO, Apple Inc. and former head of PepsiCo Steve Wozniak, Co-Founder, Apple Inc. Michael Dukakis, Former U.S. Presidential candidate and former Governor of Massachusetts Ronald Jonash, Head of Innovation, Monitor Harry Markopolos, “The Madoff Whistleblower” Ulrich Nielsen, CTO, Merrimack Pharmaceutical Guy Kawasaki, Founder, Garage Technology Ventures Dave Balter, Founder and CEO, BzzAgent Jonathan Rowe, COO, GeneExpress David Contrada, Partner, Palladium Anil Kapur, Formerly of the World Bank, Citigroup, and McKinsey & Co. Howard E. McNally, Former COO, AT&T Scan this barcode with your mobile phone to watch an Executive Speaker event. 40 Jimmy Wales, Founder of Wikipedia, is a featured Hult Executive Speaker.
  41. Michael Dukakis, former U.S. Presidential candidate and former Governor of Massachusetts, speaks to students on campus. John Sculley, former head of PepsiCo and Apple, talks to Hult students about game-changing innovation. 42nd U.S. President Bill Clinton addresses the audience at the Hult Global Case Challenge Final. Hult Professor Hitendra Patel conducts a forum with Apple’s Co-Founder, Steve Wozniak. Gary White, Founder of Water.org, discusses social entrepreneurship. hult.edu 41
  42. Experience China’s kinetic economic growth at Hult’s downtown Shanghai campus. Your Future 42
  43. “ The most valuable thing Hult has provided me with is the opportunity to connect with people from anywhere. By interacting with people from every continent, you learn about different customs and business practices and how the former may affect the latter. This has prepared me for a career in any part of the world.” Lola Adenekan Senior Consultant, Averda Nigeria, Class of 2010 hult.edu 43
  44. Don’t just step ahead of the rest, propel yourself into the future. 44
  45. Global Career Opportunities A Hult MBA immediately amplifies your career opportunities. We specialize in helping you secure jobs around the world. Career Services Corporate recruiting MBA career placement statistics* Hult’s global Career Services has dedicated staff in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, and Shanghai who work with you to prepare you for the job search process and the international job market. Our approach is detailoriented and personalized according to each student’s needs. Teams of experienced professionals are at your service, from Career Services to Corporate Relations to an active alumni network. Tap into the relationships that Hult Career Services and Corporate Relations have forged with companies, recruiters, and executives. Hult has established relationships with top companies around the world. Hult’s Corporate Relations team has a multifaceted approach to maximizing recruitment opportunities for students that includes company presentations, internships, on-campus recruiting, a corporate visitation program, and video conferencing for international interviews. We publish a student profile book and provide employers with access to our online database of student resumes. Employers who have recently hired Hult graduates include Goldman Sachs, McKinsey & Co., J.P. Morgan, Johnson & Johnson, Siemens, and Amazon. • Average starting salary: USD97,400 Lifetime Career Management Our Lifetime Career Management course is a two-credit class that provides students with the necessary skills to begin their job search and achieve their professional and personal goals. This course includes classes, group discussions, and one-on-one counseling sessions, in addition to special guest speakers and panel events. Seminars will focus on the fundamentals in resume and cover letter writing, networking, interviewing, communication, and salary negotiation skills. • 82% of graduates were employed within three months of graduation Post-MBA Function 9% 6% Other IT/Engineering/ Telecommunications 24% Sales & Business Development 4% Research 7% Consulting 14% General Management 8% Finance 11% Operations/ Project Management 17% Marketing Post-MBA Region 5% Africa 36% North America 10% Asia 10% Europe 13% India 15% Middle East 11% Latin America Post-MBA Industry 3% Construction/ Real Estate 5% Marketing/Media 8% Healthcare/ Pharmaceuticals/ Life Sciences 4% Oil & Gas/Energy 4% Non-Profit/ Government 6% Education 12% Other 15% Finance/ Banking 10% Consulting 10% Manufacturing/ FMCG 23% IT/Technology/Telecom *Based on reported figures from Class of 2010, adjusted for cost of living. Average starting salary non-adjusted for cost of living was USD79,431. hult.edu 45
  46. Broaden your horizons. Your New Net Worth 46
  47. A Rewarding Future The value of your Hult degree continues to grow after you graduate. You will have a lifelong network of friends and contacts that spans continents, languages, industries, and cultures. Join our international community of alumni with unparalleled global connections. Where do Hult graduates work? Automotive BMW Continental Tires Ford Motor Credit Company General Motors Honda SAAB-Scania AB Toyota Motor Volvo East Asia Volkswagen Banking/Finance ABN AMRO AIG African Development Bank Banco Itaú Holding Financeira S.A. Bank of America BBVA Group Banco de Credito de Peru Citigroup Credit Suisse Deutsche Bank Goldman Sachs Hong Leong Bank HSBC J.P. Morgan KPMG International Liberty Mutual Lloyds TSB McKinsey & Co. MasterCard Merrill Lynch Morgan Stanley New Energy Finance Nomura Securities PricewaterhouseCoopers Reserve Bank of India Sequoia International Smith Barney Prudential Standard Chartered Bank State Street Corporation The Export-Import Bank of Korea UBS Wells Fargo Bank Construction/ Real Estate Cemex Gerdau Ameristeel RAK POSCO W.R. Grace & Co. Consulting Accenture Arthur D. Little Bain & Company Booz Allen Hamilton Boston Consulting Group Capgemini Consulting Deloitte Consulting Ernst & Young Forrester Research Imaginatik Education EF Education First Oxford University University of Nigeria Healthcare/ Pharmaceuticals/ Science ASEBIO Baxter Bayer GlaxoSmithKline Merck Philips Bristol Myers Squibb Genzyme Inotech Maruho Novartis IT/Tech/Telecom Apple AT&T Dell Enterprise Solutions Ericsson Fuji Xerox Hewlett-Packard Huawei IBM Infosys Technologies LG Electronics Lionbridge Technologies Microsoft Motorola N.E.C. Technologies Nokia Oracle Samsung SAP Asia Sasa Solutions Siemens Softek Panasonic Shikoku Electronics Quorum Telecom Sony T-Mobile Technoserve Telefonica del Peru S.A.A. United Online Vodafone Zapoint Logistics Agility Logistics DHL Express Manufacturing/FMCG 3M Ahold Amazon Avon Cosmetics Bunge Coca-Cola Compaq Colgate-Palmolive Grupo Modelo Heinz Honeywell Jaeger-LeCoultre Japan Tobacco Johnson & Johnson Kraft Foods L’Oreal Mitsubishi Monsanto Néstle Olympus Osram Sylvania PepsiCo Procter & Gamble Renault Swarovski Siemens Wal-Mart Mexico Media/Communications Avaya BBC Bloomberg L.P. Conectel Communications Korean Broadcasting System MTV Networks Ogilvy Universal Pictures iProspect IPSOS Non-Profit/ Government Moroccan Embassy Royal Thai Embassy UNICEF United Nations World Bank Oil/Gas/Energy BP General Electric Nippon Oil National Grid Travel American Airlines British Airways Hilton Hotels Japan Airlines Lufthansa hult.edu 47
  48. What Our Graduates Say Unver Sahlin, Turkey, Class of 2009 Manager, General Electric “Hult provided me with invaluable opportunities to learn about all aspects of business. During the MBA program, I improved my skills in finance, accounting, business strategy, management, pricing, communication, and sales. Moreover, Hult’s diverse culture and unique LEAP approach gave me the tools and training to be a much more well-rounded professional.” Jocelle Fernandez Munoz, Mexico, Class of 2008 Senior Operations and Strategy Consultant, Deloitte “I came to Hult to accelerate my professional maturity and make a career transition. My background in Engineering and Supply Chain Management taught me the processes, procedures, and psychology behind customer expectations. Then, building on my background, Hult gave me the technical skills in finance and strategy that every global manager needs to succeed and that I needed in order to make a career change. Hult provided me with the integrated thinking and flexibility to adapt to the changing business world.” Alessandro Apicella, Italy, Class of 2010 Consultant, KHIDR and Entertainment Entrepreneur “China is the new direction of the global economy, and Shanghai is the final destination of future decision makers. My Global Campus Rotation in Shanghai was a tremendous eyeopener and gave me a chance to acknowledge what I had been reading in the newspapers.” Soichiro Saito, Japan, Class of 2002 Business Solutions Professional, IBM Global Business Services “I came to Hult because of the school’s focus on action learning, or ‘learning by doing.’ I also really wanted to gain a U.S.-style education and liked the fact that Hult had a campus in Boston. At Hult, I learned how to lead a team in a multinational environment.” Aya Fisher, U.S., Class of 2010 Regional Senior Marketing Executive, Archimedia “Hult Dubai’s campus was a great place to experience the Middle East. Dubai’s balance between the cultures of the East and West, coupled with the many different nationalities you’ll find among your classmates, means that all students find their own niche and will have the opportunity to thrive.” 48 48 Mauricio Gil, Colombia, Class of 2008 Regional Manager, Apple “We received continual support from Hult’s Career Services team during our job search, in the form of votes of confidence, practical advice, and company introductions, and our instructors provided us with practical and relevant guides to succeed not only in finding a job, but also in distinguishing ourselves in our professional lives.” Melissa Espinoza, Venezuela, Class of 2009 Senior Tax Analyst, Boston Scientific “One of the things I most appreciate from my MBA experience at Hult is to have been exposed to such a diverse group of professionals. It was like being in 30 different business trips in a year and five job rotations—exactly what it is to do business in today’s global economy.” SeungSu Sonny Kim, Korea, Class of 2001 Senior Vice President, CJ Entertainment “Hult really seems to attract incredible professors. I have been impressed by all of my professors and the small class sizes have made it possible to really get to know my professors and interact with them. I look forward to taking what I have learned at Hult and applying it to a challenging new position with new responsibilities.” Omer Weinberger, Israel, Class of 2010 Senior Associate, Corbett Keeling Ltd. “Although I have lived in several major cities and worked in many industries in my life, the one year I spent with Hult had the strongest impact so far. The relationships created and methodologies learned will be with me for many years to come. Hult’s graduates definitely fit the ‘global player’ description—we see the world as a global village and can easily be placed in a new location and operate there with no hesitation.” Xin Wang, China, Class of 2009 AVP, Risk Department Head, SAS Business Analytics Software “Hult’s students come from around 120 different countries. That has built up the basis of my international social network, and on top of that, it has also enhanced class discussions with diverse real-world experiences from various cultures. The faculty, consisting of sophisticated academicians, entrepreneurs, and practitioners, allowed me to consolidate two key skills of mine: solid academic knowledge and hands-on experiences working effectively in the real world. All those contribute a lot to my career opportunities around the world.”
  49. Teresa Wu, Taiwan, Class of 2009 Sales and Business Development Manager, 3M “Hult’s MBA was the perfect program for me— capitalizing on the opportunity to live amongst the locals through the campus rotation program, I studied in Shanghai and Dubai during Module C and D. Through this adventure, I put myself to the test on adjusting to new environments. I absolutely loved the experience.” Mark Tan, Singapore, Class of 2000 Head of Mortgage Financing, Hong Leong Bank “The international nature of Hult’s one-year MBA appealed to me. One of the best things was that no one nationality dominated the classroom—it felt very balanced. With a good mix of business and student life, being at Hult accelerates your career by letting you meet your best friends and future colleagues all under one roof.” Ricardo dos Santos, Paraguay, Class of 2009 General Manager, Terport S.A. “I am amazed by how much I have learned about my management style during my MBA. A sophisticated understanding of how you work as both a member and manager of a diverse team of people will prove invaluable in your career.” Yukiko Teshima, Japan, Class of 2009 Executive Director, Teshima International Corporation “I established my own marketing company in Boston. In my business, I use the skills and knowledge that I learned at Hult every day.” Glen Pak, U.S., Class of 2009 Enhancement Manager, Ipsos “I took advantage of Hult’s Global Campus Rotation to travel the world. In Dubai, students all lived together and spent a lot of time together. The energy of Shanghai brought out the character in everybody. It was so freeing. Boston has a very strong academic foundation and a lot of history. Being at Hult connected me to the world—if I had stayed in my hometown, I wouldn’t have understood the world as I do now.” Xavier Cahiz, Spain, Class of 1991 Vice President, Supply Chain, Baxter Healthcare “I’ve always wanted to develop an international career, and graduating from Hult really opened the doors to my career in international operations and business. It provided me with the language that enabled me to understand the functions of business. The understanding, knowledge, confidence, and experience I gained really springboarded my career opportunities in multiple countries.” Chaya Keshavamurthy, India, Class of 2006 Analyst, State Street Corporation “I found that the career advice sessions and resume review workshops that we received at Hult were very helpful—they helped me to land a job at one of Boston’s best financial companies.” Yael Wagner, Israel, Class of 2004 Senior Public Relations Manager, Oracle “Working with international students reflects reality in the business world. You learn about how to navigate tensions and address concerns across all cultures. At Hult, working with my classmates is similar to the way I work every day now—except back then, we were all in the same time zone. It was an amazing experience, one which stayed with me.” Rene Nardi Rezende, Brazil, Class of 1994 Managing Director, Inotech “Working in a group with people from all over the world was one of the most gratifying experiences. It’s amazing to see how you can achieve your objectives from so many different perspectives. It’s a very powerful experience. That was one of the best things about Hult.” Hui Ming Lim, Singapore, Class of 2007 Solutions Consultant, Wincor Nixdorf “My experience in Shanghai was my most memorable part of Hult’s MBA program. The people I met through the elective courses and networking sessions helped me explore my possible future business endeavors in China. It was an exceptional experience to actually be immersed in the culture and history of China.” Pankaj Gupta, India, Class of 2006 AVP, Department Head, Reliance Capital Asset Management “Hult’s intense one-year program helped improve my business perspective and provided me with a platform to interact, learn, and apply management theories. I learned not only from exceptional faculty, but also from my fellow international students. Hult’s wide choice of electives ensured I got the right knowledge for the right job.” Maria Pia Segovia, Philippines, Class of 2010 Associate Advisor, KPMG “I knew I wanted to go to an international school to experience different cultures so I could learn how to adapt to different types of people. I also wanted a one-year program in a good campus location. Hult gave me just that—it’s a global school with a global scope.” hult.edu hult.e hu t.edu hult.edu ul .ed 4 49
  50. At Hult, your professors become your mentors, your classroom becomes your community, and your peers become your lifelong friends. 50
  51. Global Alumni Network The Hult experience lasts beyond your one year on campus. After you graduate, the Hult Alumni Association provides you with continual support through a series of initiatives designed to boost your career. Exclusive network of alumni Master classes in alumni cities Hult Connect App for alumni to stay in touch One of the most enduring benefits of your Hult MBA degree will be joining the global network of Hult alumni. The Alumni Association alone—run by a committee of past graduates and current students—produces an excellent annual return on your investment in a year at Hult. We have more than 5,500 alumni around the world who span a wide crosssection of industries and include an impressive number of CEOs, entrepreneurs, government ministers, diplomats, and well-connected senior executives. From Tokyo to Caracas and Seoul to Madrid, Hult alumni chapters are active in 23 world cities. 85 percent of our alumni live outside of a campus city, so we bring Master Classes to them—free of charge. Examples offered this year include: Once you graduate, it’s easy to stay connected with the school and your classmates. Hult Connect is an app installed on your iPhone/iPad, allowing you to find alumni through its worldwide map (including a GPS feature that will guide you to the alumni you want to connect with). Follow school announcements, reunions, social gatherings, and executive speaker events through this application. • Leading in Multicultural Organizations (Moscow, Madrid) • Bidding Strategies (Brussels, Frankfurt) • Social Media (Milan, Munich) • Entrepreneurship (Abu Dhabi) Free electives for the rest of your life Come back to the classroom to keep your knowledge at the cutting edge. As an alumnus, every year you can take one elective at any of our campuses at no cost—an option worth USD3,000 annually if you used a professional training firm. You may join a course at any campus if you have a valid visa to study in that country. We give you the flexibility to arrange your own flights and accommodations. Hult LinkedIn Join the Hult Alumni LinkedIn group to connect with over 1,400 members around the world in various industries. Our alumni engage in discussions, share information, and post job offers and relevant business news through this group. The school manages this group, makes announcements, and posts invitations to events. The Hult LinkedIn group is an exclusive online forum to network with high profile senior executives, open to Hult alumni only. hult.edu 51
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  53. Get plugged into the business hub of the Middle East on Hult’s Dubai campus. “ Hult’s one-year Master is something special—not just a Master degree, but a degree completed in two or three different countries. I’ve lived and worked with people from many different cultures and have learned how to handle business situations with colleagues from all over the world.” Katya Gomer Master of International Business Germany, Class of 2011 hult.edu 53
  54. Other Hult Programs Executive MBA A part-time MBA designed for professionals who seek to enhance their credentials and knowledge while gaining an international perspective. Highly flexible part-time program available weekly or monthly Our Executive MBA curriculum, identical to Hult’s fully accredited, top-ranked, full-time MBA program, is delivered over two years instead of one, allowing busy professionals to continue working while they pursue their degree. Study weekly, with classes on weekday evenings and limited weekends over a 24-month period, or study monthly, with classes taught over four consecutive days a month. In addition, we allow our Executive MBA students to start and stop their studies module-by-module. Whether you are based in the same city or region as our campus, or need to take the time out to travel, we have a schedule that suits your requirements. On average, Hult Executive MBA students graduate in two years. For exposure to international business, there is no better place to study Acknowledged as the #1 business school for International Experience by the Financial Times (2011), Hult gives you unparalleled opportunities to utilize new business tools, gain valuable credentials, and meet a diverse and impressive group of international business professionals. In addition, Hult’s global Career Services teams are experts on identifying and securing job opportunities for global professionals. Executive MBA Schedule Summary Weekly Global Campus Rotation provides an extraordinary opportunity to study in the world’s fastest-growing economies To be successful in today’s business world, it is essential to know how to conduct business across international boundaries. Hult’s Global Campus Rotation allows you to gain critical insights into the world’s key economies. During your Executive MBA program, you have the option to pursue your electives on any of one of our five campuses. Executive MBA Monthly Schedule Example1 Monthly The Executive MBA weekly program typically runs over 3 evenings per week and occasionally you may have classes over the weekend. Hult’s LEAP Method gives you boardlevel training Our curriculum is based on three components: “Learn,” “Experience,” and “Action Project”—LEAP. Hult’s LEAP Method means that you don’t just simply sit in a classroom, but actually apply the tools and concepts you learn to real-world business situations. During your final module, you will participate in an Action Project and work in a small team to solve a current business problem for a Fortune 500 company. The Executive MBA monthly program typically runs over 4 consecutive days per month, including the weekend. In Dubai, classes run from Thursday to Sunday. In London and Shanghai, clases run from Friday to Monday. Example Schedule: Monday Tuesday Thursday 7pm–10pm 7pm–10pm 7pm–10pm Thursday2 Saturday and Sunday Monday Group meeting with the Dean and Executive Director Marketing lecture Group work on marketing assignment Introduction of marketing professor Group presentations Lecture followed by class wrap-up discussion Career Services consultation upon prior appointment Morning Friday Marketing seminar Briefing for coming course Afternoon 2 54 Marketing lecture Marketing lecture Examination Evening 1 Check into hotel in your own time Attend optional guest speaker lecture Group activity/dinner Course-related work Depart from venue and travel home The above example has been created only to represent a typical weekend and should not be considered final. Please note that in Dubai, classes run from Thursday to Sunday.
  55. Who is this program for? Campus locations* General contact Busy executives who prefer to remain in the workforce while completing their MBA. London • Dubai • Shanghai** Online hult.edu/contact-us Mexico City Tel +52 55 5283 3307 Boston Tel +1 617 746 1990 Asia Pacific Tel +852 2111 2399 San Francisco Tel +1 415 869 2900 Europe Tel +44 207 341 8555 Miami Tel +1 305 648 9746 Middle East, Africa, South Asia Tel +971 4 375 3088 Program Schedule Weekly: 3 evenings per week and occasional weekends Monthly: 4 consecutive days per month including weekends Start date September Program length 2 years How to apply hult.edu/apply-now Weekly and monthly schedule available * Rotation available to all five campuses. ** Programs offered on Hult’s Shanghai campus are not available for China nationals. Sample Two-Year EMBA Curriculum1 Year One Program Outline Year Two Program Outline EMBA Toolbox Sept Module A Oct—Dec Module B Jan—Feb Module C Mar—Apr Module D May—June Module E July—Aug Module A Sept—Dec Module B Jan—Feb Module C Mar—Apr Module D May—June Module E July—Aug Introduction to the MBA Program Financial Management Operations Management Management Communications Elective 12 Elective 22 Managerial Economics Corporate Finance Consulting Methods Elective 32 Elective 42 Introduction to Accounting & Finance International Marketing Global Management Global Citizenship Sample of past electives offered in Modules D and E: IT for Business Managers Business Execution Strategy Sample of past electives offered in Modules D and E: Introduction to Career Strategy and Tactics International Accounting Lifetime Career Management Introduction to Case Analysis Leadership and Team Building Quantitative Analysis 1 2 • Applied International Derivatives • Islamic Banking • Financial Statement Analysis • Financial Modeling and Valuation • Investment Banking • Real Estate Finance • Capital Markets • Digital Marketing • Global Strategic Valuation • Cooperative Strategy • Management Consulting • International Negotiations • Leadership in the Global Village Lifetime Career Management • Business, Government, Social Policies, and Trends • New Product Development, Marketing, and International Expansion • Growth Through Innovation • Doing Business in China • Pricing Policy/ Strategy • Consumer Behavior • Mergers and Acquisitions Action Project Courses may be offered out of this sequence and are subject to change. Electives may be taken at any Hult campus. hult.edu 55
  56. Other Hult Programs Master of International Business Launch your career directly after undergraduate studies with a one-year, intensive Master of International Business. Meet the challenges of the global marketplace A strong understanding of how the world is interconnected through finance, marketing, operations, technology, and strategy gives students an immediate head start to launch their careers. Hult’s Master of International Business (MIB) degree helps students acquire practical business knowledge with a focus on international and cross-cultural understanding of the marketplace. This degree is particularly well suited to recent university graduates (both business and non-business majors) who do not have extensive work experience. This degree is also appropriate for those with work experience who seek to move into the international business realm. Hult’s Global Campus Rotation Program Our business school has been ranked #1 for International Experience and #5 for International Business by the Financial Times. We firmly believe that an international perspective is crucial to understanding today’s business issues. Hult’s Global Campus Rotation Program allows students to gain critical insights into the world’s key economies and firsthand international business experience. You can pursue your MIB in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, or Shanghai. During the elective module, you can choose to remain at your home campus or study at a different Hult campus. Curriculum combines hard skills with lessons in decision making and strategy Hult’s MIB curriculum delivers an understanding of today’s global marketplace. Initially, students focus on learning hard skills in international finance, marketing, operations, and strategy. Subsequently, through fieldwork and hands-on projects, they also gain the analytical, problem-solving, and criticalthinking skills necessary to make decisions in a rapidly evolving, cross-cultural world. 56 Action Projects give you great exposure Our Action Projects give students exposure to real-world companies as they work in small teams led by a faculty advisor to solve a business problem or think of growth channels for leading companies. MIB students are given the chance to apply what they have learned in a true business setting, preparing them fully for their future careers. Project Management specialization We recognize that the demand for talented people who can effectively manage and lead projects within budget and under deadline is urgent and growing. Hult offers MIB students the opportunity to specialize in Project Management. Our unique Project Management specialization allows MIB students to earn a specialization certificate in Project Management concurrently with their MIB degree. This Project Management specialization equips you with the technical and people skills required to manage major projects for multinationals, family businesses, and NGOs. To be eligible for the specialization, MIB students must take 9 additional credits of additional project management electives and successfully pass a certification exam. Enhance your employability Hult’s Career Services team works closely with students in their job search, arranging recruiting fairs, campus networking opportunities, and internship placements. Major multinationals, like PepsiCo, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Deutsche Bank, and Accenture actively recruit graduates who have strong business skills and possess international perspectives. Accelerated Leadership Track With no work experience required upon admission, this degree can jump start your career. For the most promising MIB candidates, we have an Accelerated Leadership Track program with special access to events and advanced career management training. For more information, please visit hult.edu/contact-us. A seamless path to a rewarding future Hult’s MIB is taught by the same faculty as Hult’s top-ranked MBA program, and follows an abbreviated version of the MBA curriculum. Because our MIB and MBA curricula are highly synchronized, MIB graduates can convert to a Hult MBA degree after three years of work experience and an additional 23 credits, with no re-application requirements. Hult’s one-year Master of International Business degree pathway— no work experience required for admission Launch your career University graduate Hult’s Master of International Business degree Conversion to Hult’s top-ranked MBA program 3 years of work experience + 23 credits
  57. Who is this program for? Campus locations General contact Candidates with zero to three years of work experience who are interested in fields related to international business. • Boston • San Francisco • London • Dubai • Shanghai Online hult.edu/contact-us Mexico City Tel +52 55 5283 3307 Start date Boston Tel +1 617 746 1990 Asia Pacific Tel +852 2111 2399 San Francisco Tel +1 415 869 2900 Europe Tel +44 207 341 8555 Miami Tel +1 305 648 9746 Middle East, Africa, South Asia Tel +971 4 375 3088 Candidates who would like to focus on project management and earn a specialization while earning their Master of International Business degree. September Program length 1 year How to apply Project Management specialization available hult.edu/apply-now Sample One-Year MIB Curriculum1 Toolbox September Module A October—December Module B January—February Module C March—April Module D May—June Module E July—August Accounting and Finance “Boot Camp” Global Management Financial Management Strategy Action Project Leadership and Team Building International Accounting Technology Management Corporate Social Responsibility Standard electives:2 • Digital Marketing • Project Management3 • Corporate Finance • Entrepreneurship Presentation Skills Global Economics International Marketing Study Skills Business Math Consulting Methods Lifetime Career Management Leadership Training 1 2 3 Career Skills Executive Seminars Guest Lectures Sample additional electives2: • Valuation • Entrepreneurial • Capital Markets Finance • Management • Managing People Consulting • Leadership in the • New Product Global Village Development • Management • Doing Business in Information China Systems Networking Events Courses may be offered out of this sequence. Electives may be taken at any Hult campus. An MIB specialization in Project Management is available. hult.edu 57
  58. Other Hult Programs Other Hult Degree Programs Master of Finance Every year, financial companies demand more and more specialized knowledge from their employees. Hult’s Master of Finance gives you the credentials to make your resume stand out. Equip yourself for the world’s most competitive industry Today’s global economic climate underscores the critical importance of the financial sector in shaping both markets and current events. A firm grasp of this area gives graduates of Hult’s Master of Finance a unique and competitive edge in the job market. A Master of Finance signals that you possess a high degree of financial knowledge and skills. During the program, you will gain an in-depth understanding of corporate finance, investments, and capital markets, and prepare for the CFA. Learn from experts in finance Hult’s faculty draws from real-world practitioners. Students study best practices with former finance executives, managing directors, and expert accounting professionals. Understand cutting-edge finance This degree program gives you the most up-todate tools and knowledge on finance to prove to potential employers that you have the skills to be an equity analyst, research analyst, or qualified investment manager for a major bank. Hult alumni now work at ABN Amro, State Street, Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Goldman Sachs, and Standard Chartered Bank. 58 Master of International Marketing Master of Social Entrepreneurship Marketing drives profit, product longevity, and brand loyalty. Hult’s Master of International Marketing explores marketing on a global scale. Social entrepreneurship—using business methods to solve social problems—is the emerging approach to some of the world’s toughest problems. A highly relevant education in both business and marketing Hult’s Master of International Marketing (MIM) equips you with valuable general skills in management and strategy, and with specialized skills in market research, branding, consumer behavior, sales, and new product development. This combined business and marketing experience prepares graduates for a wide array of careers that go beyond functional marketing. Make change happen As one of the only business schools to offer a Master in this important field, Hult’s Master of Social Entrepreneurship provides you with equal measures of business skills, knowledge of how to navigate social and political issues, and a full understanding of how to make change happen. Specialize in digital marketing Today, digital marketing plays a vital role in every major business and has changed the global marketing landscape for good. You can choose to focus on digital marketing during your Master of International Marketing program and earn a specialization in Digital Marketing. To be eligible, you must take three digital marketing electives and successfully pass a digital marketing certification exam. Become a marketing whiz MIM graduates will understand the power of media in all its forms and have the critical communication skills to add value to any venture. MIM graduates continue on to industries as diverse as retail, fashion, technology, branding, manufacturing, financial services, leisure and tourism, and consumer goods. Don’t just think, do Social Entrepreneurship is about “thinking” and “doing.” Hult Action Projects, the capstone of this program, challenge you to put the knowledge and skills you learn into action and consult for actual organizations facing real-world business situations. Become part of Hult’s commitment to social change As a Clinton Global Initiative member, Hult is committed to tackling the world’s toughest social challenges through crowdsourcing innovative ideas from the world’s best and brightest business school students. The annual Hult Global Case Challenge (hultglobalcasechallenge.com) has become the best crowdsourcing event, helping Water.org and One Laptop per Child in previous challenges. Hult awards USD1 million to implement the winning proposal.
  59. San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge is 1.7 miles long. Bachelor in International Business Earn a U.S.-accredited Bachelor degree in International Business at Hult’s central London campus. Focus on international business Our Bachelor program provides you with a strong foundation in international business that gives you a competitive edge. Core courses in business fundamentals build a firm bedrock of learning, which gives you the freedom to dig more deeply into the fields that fit your personal ambitions. You can accumulate extra expertise by focusing on finance, marketing, management, social entrepreneurship or general business. Plus, participating in an Action Project gives you the opportunity to study on a Hult campus in the U.S., Middle East, or China. Undergraduate education in the “Knowledge Capital of the World” Hult looks out over one of London’s largest and most beautiful gardens—Russell Square—in Bloomsbury, the academic and literary heart of London. You will be studying in an unbeatable central location in the world’s most influential city. Combined Bachelor and Master degree program; earn two degrees in four years Students can graduate with a Bachelor and Master in International Business in four years through Hult’s fast-track combined degree program. Just four years after you first enter Hult as an undergraduate, you can graduate with two valuable degrees, increasing your knowledge, academic credentials, and earning power. www.hult.edu hult.edu 59
  60. Other Hult Programs Intensive English MBA Hult’s Intensive English MBA program (IE-MBA) helps you gain the language skills you need to thrive in any MBA program. 3- or 6-month comprehensive English training Hult’s IE-MBA is designed for candidates with other experience and qualifications, but who have insufficient English proficiency to pursue a top-ranked U.S.-accredited MBA. The IE-MBA is offered over a 3- or 6-month period, depending on your language needs. The program is composed of three major building blocks: basic language skills, business English, and the case study method. The program also has an optional module on GMAT test preparation. Apart from traditional classroom training, you are granted unlimited access to self-study content from the world’s most flexible online English school, EF Englishtown (englishtown.com). Small class size for personalized attention Hult’s IE-MBA course is taught by an expert English instructor in a small class setting (maximum class size of six)* to ensure you receive the individual attention necessary for maximum language learning. A small class size also guarantees that your individual language needs are addressed and fulfilled. *In the event that the class size is below six persons, you may be placed in a class with other non IE-MBA corporate language students at your level. A curriculum that combines intensive language training with MBA preparation Along with English language learning, Hult’s IE-MBA curriculum is designed to equip you with other relevant skills required to complete an MBA in English, such as applying your English skills to solve a Hult business case, building your vocabulary in specific business disciplines, learning to write and compile a presentation, and business reporting. A professional atmosphere with highly experienced classmates During Hult’s IE-MBA, you will study with a group of mature and experienced professionals. They work in middle- to toplevel management and come from diverse industry backgrounds. You can count on learning as much from your classmates as you will from the program. Access to Hult’s MBA community One big advantage of doing your preMBA language training at Hult is that you will have a head start in getting acquainted with Hult’s MBA community and establishing yourself at the school. You are welcome to participate in any of Hult’s numerous weekly student activities. Network with talented Hult MBA students and alumni, participate in a wide range of Hult executive seminars, attend project presentations and guest lectures, and get to know your professors in relaxed settings. Who is this course good for? Candidates who possess the business experience to enter Hult’s intensive MBA program but lack the requisite English skills. Where is this offered? Hult’s Boston campus and Hult’s affiliate— EF Executive Institute in London, U.K. Length of program Comprehensive 6-month IE-MBA (March 5, 2012 – August 17, 2012) This course has been specially designed for students with lower-level English skills who need to master basic building blocks of the language before moving on to more advanced English training. 3-month Advanced Skills IE-MBA (May 27, 2012 – August 17, 2012) This course has been specially designed for students who have intermediate-level English skills but who may lack a number of the more advanced English and communication skills needed to be successful in Hult’s MBA program. Tuition Fee Boston (U.S.) 3 months (12 weeks): USD12,000 6 months (24 weeks): USD21,000 London (U.K.) 3 months (12 weeks): GBP8,100 6 months (24 weeks): GBP14,100 General contact Online hult.edu/contact-us Boston Tel +1 617 746 1990 San Francisco Tel +1 415 869 2900 Miami Tel +1 305 648 9746 Mexico City Tel +52 55 5283 3307 Asia Pacific Tel +852 2111 2399 Europe Tel +44 207 341 8555 Middle East, Africa, South Asia Tel +971 4 375 3088 60
  61. Finance and Insurance An MBA is a significant investment. We help you find the most beneficial funding options to cover your education-related expenses. Making it easy to afford your MBA Our one-year program is very cost-effective relative to other MBA programs, since most other programs take two years to complete. Hult students save a year of tuition fees, living expenses, and the opportunity cost of being out of the workforce. Nonetheless, we understand that financing an MBA can be challenging, particularly for international students. Furthermore, because the course is so intense, it is not possible for students to work in parallel with understanding their studies. We work with you to help find the most beneficial funding options to cover your education-related costs. These options include scholarships, fellowships, and education loans. Scholarships Hult offers a range of merit-based and need-based scholarships to reduce the tuition cost burden. These are available to all students regardless of citizenship. To be considered for these scholarships we encourage you to apply early. Decisions on scholarships are made only after an offer of admission has been made. Fellowships A limited number of fellowships are available to accepted students. These fellowships offer students the opportunity to work with Hult faculty and staff members for approximately eight hours per week. The number of fellowships varies from year to year and from campus to campus. The fellowships available each year are communicated to students at the time of application. All accepted students may apply for any fellowship position for which they feel qualified. Education loans The majority of our students utilize some form of education loan even if they receive a scholarship or fellowship. Students requiring financing for their tuition costs have two main loan options: Bank loan Financial institutions in many countries offer MBA education financing specifically to local citizens. These loans are typically repayable after completion of the course, although terms vary widely. We are happy to work with our students to help them identify suitable financial institutions to apply for these loans. GoEd Student Financing Hult has established a partnership with GoEd Student Financing to offer student loans to international students. These loans offer very competitive interest rates. The loans are typically offered over five years with repayments starting six months after graduation. Erika Travel Insurance For peace of mind while you are enrolled at Hult, we have worked with a student insurance company, Erika Travel Insurance, to customize insurance for international students studying at Hult. This plan covers travel and medical for the duration of your degree program.* Once you are admitted to Hult, you can apply for this insurance. Highlights of Erika’s worldwide coverage: • 24/7 assistance • Unlimited and worldwide medical coverage, including prescriptions • Unlimited emergency evacuation and repatriation • Erika pays for two family members to visit in case of very serious illness or accident • Cash-refund of part of the tuition in case you need to interrupt the program due to serious illness or family death • Coverage for all Hult-organized activities such as internships and excursions • Generous property coverage, including valuables and cash • Liability and legal coverage • School staff can help you on the spot with claim forms and emergency contact details *Erika Travel Insurance may not be available at all Hult campuses, in which case Hult will endeavor to provide other suitable insurance for purchase. hult.edu 61
  62. Application Information How to apply for the MBA Start your online application at hult.edu/apply-now. Citizens of countries where English is not an official language must also provide: To apply to the program, students need to complete and submit the following: • Application form • Statement of purpose • Current resume • Two letters of recommendation • Official transcripts from all universities and colleges attended • GMAT score • TOEFL or IELTS score, or equivalent score, if applicable • Application fee of USD150 MBA requirements Hult International Business School seeks students with proven leadership ability and potential. Successful applicants generally: • Have at least three years of work experience • Possess a Bachelor degree or equivalent • Are 24 years or older • Have English proficiency • TOEFL or IELTS score, or equivalent score, if applicable • Certified translations of official transcripts, if applicable Special notes about GMAT and TOEFL Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) score report: • Official results of the GMAT must be sent directly from the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). Your GMAT score must be less than five years old to be considered valid. Score reports may be ordered online at mba.com. Hult’s institutional reporting code is LJZ-DX-29. Please remember that only official results will be accepted; photocopies or faxes are not sufficient to complete a Hult application. Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score report: • For students who do not meet GMAT or TOEFL proficiency levels, the Admissions Office may require the applicant to take an Intensive English course. Estimated Tuition and Living Expenses1 Hult Programs MBA Executive MBA2 • Official results of the TOEFL must be sent directly from the Educational Testing Service (ETS). We will not accept institutional TOEFL results (i.e., those given by language training programs, institutions, or other colleges). Your official TOEFL score must be less than two years old to be considered valid. Information and registration forms are available from TOEFL Program, Educational Testing Service, Rosedale Road, Princeton, New Jersey 08541 U.S. or visit toefl.org. Our institutional reporting code is 3015. The department code is 02. Please remember that only official results will be accepted; photocopies or faxes are not sufficient to complete a Hult application. Application deadlines • Round 1 Deadline: Sunday, Oct 30, 2011 • Round 2 Deadline: Sunday, Dec 11, 2011 • Round 3 Deadline: Sunday, Feb 5, 2012 • Round 4 Deadline: Sunday, March 18, 2012 • Round 5 Deadline: Sunday, May 6, 2012 • Round 6 Deadline: Sunday, June 24, 2012 Hult International Business School, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation organized in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Master of International Business (MIB) Master of International Marketing (MIM) Master of Finance (MFIN) Master of Social Entrepreneurship (MSE) Campus San Boston Francisco USD USD Annual Tuition Fee 64,500 64,500 44,600 236,700 464,400 22,300 118,350 232,200 39,100 39,100 28,900 143,500 281,500 Medical Insurance1 Accommodation 1,600 N/A 1,600 N/A 700 N/A 4,200 40,0004 8,300 4,5005 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 1,600 N/A 1,600 N/A 700 N/A 4,200 40,0004 8,300 4,5005 13,000 10,000 1,500 1,200 16,000 11,000 1,500 1,200 12,000 7,000 900 750 40,000 25,000 5,500 4,400 54,000 48,000 10,200 8,200 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 13,000 10,000 1,500 1,200 16,000 11,000 1,500 1,200 12,000 7,000 900 750 40,000 25,000 5,500 4,400 54,000 48,000 10,200 8,200 150 3,500 1,200 500 150 3,500 1,200 500 150 2,200 700 300 150 12,800 4,400 1,800 150 22,600 7,800 3,200 150 2,200 350 300 150 12,800 2,200 1,800 150 22,600 3,900 3,200 150 2,500 700 500 150 2,500 700 500 150 1,600 400 300 150 9,200 2,600 1,800 150 16,200 4,500 3,200 12,000 21,000 N/A N/A 8,100 14,100 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 12,000 21,000 N/A N/A 8,100 14,100 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 48,100 35,600 N/A 346,500 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 48,100 35,600 N/A N/A Estimated Expenses Housing Living Books Computer Application Fee (in USD)3 Confirmation Deposit Installment Plan Fee Rotation Deposit Additional Programs Intensive English MBA 3 months Intensive English MBA 6 months MIB—Project Management Specialization MIM—Digital Marketing Specialization London3 GBP Dubai3 Shanghai3 AED CNY London3 GBP Dubai3 Shanghai3 AED CNY All prices are subject to change. 2-year program. At the time of printing this brochure, the exchange rates were USD1 = AED3.67 and USD1 = CNY6.46, and USD1 = GBP0.62. 4 For shared twin per academic year. 5 For shared twin per month. 1 2 3 62 San Boston Francisco USD USD London3 GBP Dubai3 Shanghai3 AED CNY
  63. Terms and Conditions Payment Terms and Deadlines • An application fee of USD150 is payable at the time of the application submission. • A non-refundable Confirmation Deposit, which contributes towards the tuition price, is payable within 14 days of acceptance into the program, and will hold the student’s place. See pricing table on Page 62 for fee details. • 50% of the total fees (less deposit) is payable 60 days before the start of the program. The remaining balance of the total fees is payable 30 days before the start of program. • Students have the option of paying via an installment plan. See pricing table on Page 62 for fee details. • The School reserves the right to withdraw any previously confirmed campus seat, should the above payment terms and conditions not be met. The School will endeavor to relocate any student who fails to meet the payment deadlines. • The School reserves the right to assess a late payment surcharge of 2% per month on all outstanding accounts. Methods of Payment The Application Fee and Confirmation Deposit can be paid: • By online by credit card or bank transfer/wire (ACH, EDI) The remaining Fees can be paid: • By bank transfer/wire (ACH, EDI) or; • By bank check (cashier’s check) Payment Instructions Any and all transaction and bank fees are the responsibility of the customer. Hult will credit the customer’s account with funds received only. Beneficiary name: Hult International Business School Limited Beneficiary bank: The Royal Bank of Scotland N.V., (Hong Kong) Branch Payment in GBP: Account # 008 784 000 67 20951 GBP Payment in USD: Account # 008 784 000 67 20951 USD Payment in CNY: Account # 008 784 000 67 20951 CNY Payment in AED: Payment can be made in USD to above account or to AED account in Dubai, details of Dubai account available upon request SWIFT code: ABNAHKHH Bank address: 16F, Lincoln House, Taikoo Place 979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay Hong Kong Please note that Hong Kong banks do not use IBAN numbers. All financial queries should be directed to the Hult Finance Department at hult.finance@hult.edu. Medical Insurance All students are required to have adequate accident and health insurance as defined by Hult. Hult has negotiated favorable premiums for our students with an international insurance company, Erika Travel Insurance.The policy protects against expenses incurred by accident or illness and provides coverage for loss or theft of baggage and personal effects. Full details will be sent to you along with confirmation of acceptance. Students who do not wish to purchase this policy are obliged to obtain alternative and adequate insurance and provide a copy of the insurance policy. Erika Travel Insurance may not be available at all Hult campuses, in which case Hult will endeavor to provide other suitable insurance for purchase. Data Protection Any information provided to the School may be held on computers and shall be used by the School and its authorized agents in accordance with the United Kingdom Data Protection Act. Cancellation or Changing of Programs and Locations All programs are offered in good faith but in the event enrollments for a specific program are deemed not sufficient to viably run the program, Hult reserves the right to cancel or move any offered program to another campus location. Hult will endeavor to offer any affected students other programs to attend. Background to the Programs on the London Campus • Hult International Business School Ltd, London, is a company with registration number 3005603, incorporated and existing under the laws of England, Charity No. 1092321, having its registered office at 46/47 Russell Square, London WC1B 4JP, United Kingdom (the “School”); and • The School is authorized to operate various undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses and does so at its London campus situated at 46/47 Russell Square, London WC1B 4JP. • Hult International Business School Ltd, Hong Kong, is a company with registration number 500186, incorporated and existing under the Laws of Hong Kong, having its registered office at 23/F Shell Tower, Times Square, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong (“Hult”); and • Hult is a world-recognized provider of business and finance-related education, operating in the United States, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Dubai. Through its global reach, marketing capabilities, multi-cultural understanding and past experience, Hult attracts students from around the globe to its own courses and makes various other services available both to its own students and those of the School. Hult Shanghai Campus Hult International Business School does not accept Chinese citizens into its Shanghai campus. We invite Chinese nationals to apply to Hult’s other campuses in Boston, San Francisco, London, or Dubai. Admissions Policy The admissions policy of the Hult International Business School is intended to assess how an applicant might contribute to and benefit from an intensive graduate business education in a culturally diverse institutional environment. It reflects a “holistic approach” to application review based on (1) Basic Admissions Criteria, (2) Primary Personal Factors, and (3) Secondary Personal Factors, as set forth below: Basic Admissions Criteria 1. Substantial business experience and satisfactory GMAT score required for MBA 2. Undergraduate degree 3. Undergraduate transcript 4. Two letters of recommendation 5. English language proficiency Primary Personal Factors 1. National origin, ethnicity, gender (to ensure diversity) 2. Career goals 3. Entrepreneurial skills 4. Evidence of • Leadership • Professional promise • Motivation and drive • Overcoming adversity, including disabilities Secondary Personal Factors 1. Professional certifications 2. Honors and awards 3. Publications 4. Membership in professional or business associations 5. Community or national service 6. Extracurricular activities The above factors are not exhaustive. They may be weighed differently. They may not, however, be subsumed to a standard formula or ranking. They will be considered in conjunction with all other admissions criteria and factors, in light of the School’s mission and purpose. Financial Aid Policy The Hult financial aid policy is intended to advance the School’s mission to deliver a useful and enduring business education to international professionals. It is based on the following objectives: (1) to promote a nationally, culturally, and ethnically diverse student body, (2) to encourage outstanding applicants to enroll in the Hult Program, (3) to provide financial assistance to qualified applicants in need of such assistance. Consistent with these objectives, Hult has set forth the following guidelines for the awarding of scholarships, fellowships, and other forms of financial aid: All such awards should be based on the following criteria: 1. Country of origin to ensure national, cultural, and ethnic diversity 2. Financial need 3. Specialized knowledge, skills, and/or expertise 4. Career goals 5. Entrepreneurial skills 6. Community, public, or national service 7. Evidence of: • Leadership • Professional promise • Motivation and drive • Overcoming adversity, including disabilities The above criteria are not exhaustive. They may be weighed differently. They may not, however, be reduced to a standard formula or ranking. They should be considered in light of the School’s admissions criteria, its mission and purpose, and U.S. Equal Opportunity laws. Withdrawal Policy A student may withdraw from the MBA program at any time upon giving written notice to the School’s Registrar. The withdrawing student may re-enter the program at a later date (up to five years after original enrollment), without having to reapply for admission. He or she may use any unexpired refund credit (see “Refund Policy” below) toward the receipt of educational services or materials, priced at the rate prevailing at the time of re-entry. Course choices and study program will be subject to space and scheduling availability. In addition to providing written notice to the Registrar, all students must meet with the Dean prior to withdrawing. Resource and Capacity Constraints Global Campus Rotation Program The Global Campus Rotation Program is subject to capacity constraints. Students must be in good academic standing and be up-to-date on tuition payments to participate in this program. A deposit of USD500 or equivalent is required to secure each rotation (if students wish to rotate in Module D and Module E they will be required to pay two deposits each). This deposit is refundable upon participation in the rotation. Electives Electives are subject to capacity and scheduling constraints; not all electives will be available on all campuses. In general, when oversubscribed, elective spaces are allocated based on preferences elicited from the students. iPads Hult’s intention is that all students receive an iPad as part of their Hult program. Hult cannot, however, be responsible for iPad availability and the supply of the iPads will therefore be subject to availability. Refund Policy The School grants only credit refunds that may be used within a five-year period for future educational services. It does not grant cash refunds. The date on which the notice of intention to withdraw and not re-enter is received by the Registrar, or the date on which the student is informed of his or her dismissal from the School, will determine that student’s liability for tuition and other program-related costs. 1. If the notice of intention is received before the first day of the MBA Toolbox, the student will be entitled to a full credit refund of any paid tuition and other program-related costs, less the program deposit, application fees, and insurances fees, which are nonrefundable. After the first day of class in the MBA Toolbox or in any module, the amount of any refund will be based on the following schedule: Withdrawals after: First day of Toolbox First day of Module A First day of Module B First day of Module C First day of Module D 2. In the case of a student who receives financial aid from Hult in the form of a scholarship and/or fellowship, the amount of any credit refund will be net of such aid, prorated over five modules as follows: Withdrawals before: First day of Module A First day of Module B First day of Module C First day of Module D First day of Module E Credit refund will be net of: 100% total financial aid received 75% total financial aid received 50% total financial aid received 25% total financial aid received No refund will be due Grading Procedure 1. Grading Standards Course instructors will evaluate and assess participant performance. Grades are assigned according to the Instructor’s assessment of performance on the intellectual and professional criteria established for the course. The Instructor has full authority and responsibility to establish performance criteria, evaluate participant performance, and award grades. The Faculty uses the following grading system to evaluate participant performance: Points Grade Performance 4.00 A Outstanding 3.67 AExcellent 3.33 B+ Very Good 3.00 B Good 2.67 BAcceptable 2.33 C+ High Marginal 2.00 C Marginal 1.67 CLow Marginal 1.00 D Unsatisfactory 0 F Fail Acceptable graduate-level work is a B- or better. The Registrar releases official final course grades at the end of each module in the form of a transcript. Individual grade breakdowns (participation, homework, and exam grades, for example) are available only from Instructors. Every Hult student is entitled to know the manner in which his or her course grade was calculated. 2. Grade Point Average A weighted grade point average (GPA) is computed by multiplying the numerical grade received for each course or module by the number of credit hours per course, totaling these figures, then dividing the sum by the total credit hours. “Pass” and “Incomplete” grades and their corresponding credits are not factored into the weighted average. A “Fail” will be factored into the weighted average as a numerical grade of zero. Every course in which a student has enrolled, and for which a student has been assigned a letter grade, will be denoted on his or her transcript. Every letter grade denoted on the transcript will be factored into the calculation of the student’s overall GPA. Graduation Requirements 1. Basic Requirements Participants must complete 58 credit hours of course work to be eligible for the MBA degree. Course credit is awarded for achieving a satisfactory grade on a course. All courses in Module A or B as well as the skills track courses must be completed with a satisfactory grade. Should a participant receive an “F”on a required course, this course must be re-taken at Hult or an approved institution within a period of three years from the participant’s original enrollment date and the participant must achieve a satisfactory grade. Those who satisfy all program requirements (including: participation in all courses, payment of all financial obligations, return of all library materials, and completion of all evaluations), who receive a grade other than “Incomplete” for each course, who have no outstanding Honor Code issues, and who have a final GPA of 2.70 or better are granted the MBA degree. Degrees are recommended by the Dean to the Faculty and the Board of Trustees and awarded by vote of the Faculty and the Board. In addition, for visa purposes, the student must meet fulltime student residency requirements of the campus host country. 2. Dean’s List Participants who earn a GPA of 3.60 or above for any Module are formally named to the Hult International Business School Dean’s List for that Module. Qualifying participants receive notification from the Dean with appropriate recording in the participant’s permanent academic file. With the participant’s approval, formal announcement of this scholastic achievement will be made to respective sponsors and agencies. The School is very pleased to offer this achievement award and hopes this award will serve as added incentive for all participants. 3. Graduation with Honors Participants graduating with a cumulative GPA at or above 3.60 and who are in the top 10% of the class will be designated a Hult Scholar and will receive their degree “with Distinction” indicating the highest honor. Those whose cumulative GPA is 3.60 or above but who are not in the top 10% of the class will receive their degree “with Excellence,” as recommended to the Faculty and Board of Trustees by the Dean. Dismissal from the Program The School reserves the right to dismiss any participant at any time whose academic performance is unsatisfactory, whose conduct constitutes unacceptable professional behavior, or whose legal or medical problems hinder satisfactory performance. In such cases, the Dean will notify the participant in writing, a degree will not be awarded to the participant, and, as appropriate, the participant’s sponsor will be notified. Will receive a credit refund for: Tuition for Modules A, B, C, D and E Tuition for Modules B, C, D and E Tuition for Modules C, D and E Tuition for Modules D and E No refund will be due hult.edu 63
  64. Accreditation & Rankings Hult International Business School is ranked in the top 20 business schools in the U.S. and top 30 in the world by The Economist. Hult International Business School is ranked in the top 100 business schools by the Financial Times (up 33 spots from 2010). Hult International Business School’s worldwide operations are accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Hult International Business School’s MBA program is accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA). Hult International Business School is recognized as efficient by the British Accreditations Council of Independent Further and Higher Education. The Americas Boston 1 Education Street Cambridge, MA 02141, U.S. Tel: +1 617 746 1990 San Francisco 1355 Sansome Street San Francisco, CA 94111, U.S. Tel: +1 415 869 2900 Miami 3390 Mary Street Suite 250, Coconut Grove Miami, FL 33133, U.S. Tel: +1 305 648 9746 Mexico Jaime Balmes 8, Loc. 10 Col. Polanco Mexico, D.F. 11510, Mexico Tel: +52 55 5283 3307 Asia Pacific 4th Floor, Jinling Haixin Building 666 Fu Zhou Road, Huangpu District Shanghai 200001, China Tel: +852 2111 2399 Europe 46-47 Russell Square, Bloomsbury London WC1B 4JP, U.K. Tel: +44 207 341 8555 Middle East, Africa, South Asia 7th Floor, Block 10 Dubai International Academic City P.O. Box 345003 Dubai, U.A.E. Tel: +971 4 375 3088 To apply, please visit hult.edu/apply-now hult.edu Scan this barcode with your mobile phone to learn more about Hult. 64 Hult International Business School is a global institution that transforms lives by providing an exceptionally useful and enduring education that brings together people, cultures, and ideas from all around the world. The school encourages personal growth, intellectual integrity, global sensitivity, local engagement, and civic values so that students are able to succeed in the global economy and are empowered to contribute meaningfully to their business and community.

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