70-80% of job opportunities are never posted online. So, how do you reach them? To be competitive, you’ll need a strategy. You’ll accelerate your career journey with an individualized plan, including resumes and professional branding, to make sure your time and energy are used most effectively. Be sure to get out and explore your city too—off-campus networking, societies, and internships are all valuable experiences.

companies hired Hult graduates across 40 countries

Who will I work with?

Hult graduates are working at companies like:

Accenture  Amazon  AT&T  Bank of America  Citi  CVS  Deloitte  Deutsche Bank  Education First  Goldman Sachs 

Google  KPMG  McKinsey & Company  Microsoft  Morgan Stanley  Procter & Gamble  PwC  Samsung  Tesla  Unilever

“When you’re able to showcase the ‘Why?’ and ‘How?’ in your story, it adds authenticity.”

Mandeep Sahota


Career Advisor, Hult International Business School

Former Recruiter, HR & Talent Acquisition Strategist

10 Years' Recruitment Experience

Mandeep is one of our global team of advisors working to empower students with everything they need to succeed in the working world.

What is personal branding and why is it important?

It’s how you’re known or thought of by other people. It’s an important tool to use when presenting who you are, what you can do, and why people should want to work with you. When you’re able to showcase the “Why?” and “How?” in your story, it adds authenticity, which is interesting to employers.

Say you make a great new connection—what next?

Understand your mission—what do you want out of this new relationship? The follow-up is important as it sets the tone and encourages a mutual exchange of information. Ask open questions, be insightful, and show them what you know. It’ll lead to a more meaningful conversation.

“Your perspective may be different, but it’s valuable.”

Rafael Rodriguez


Global Supply Analyst, Tesla

Dual Degree, Master's in International

Business/Master's in Business Analytics,

Class of 2019

Building on his engineering experience with a data-driven Dual Degree, Rafael gained both the knowledge and outlook needed to thrive in the evolving automotive world.

How did your master's help get you here?

I wanted to expand my engineering background­­—and business analytics complemented it well. In the electric vehicles industry, we’re working hard to leave behind fossil fuel cars. It takes the growth mindset that we developed at Hult to think in new ways to solve these problems.

What’s your advice to future graduates?

No matter where you come from, you can always add value to an organization. Your perspective may be different, but it’s valuable. Your greatest takeaway from Hult will be the international vision you’ll gain from studying with people from around the globe.

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Unless otherwise noted, all data is based on Hult’s master’s graduates from the Class of 2020 reporting employment six months post-graduation. The employment rate is calculated in compliance with the MBA Career Services and Employer Alliance (MBA CSEA) reporting standards.