Your career is a lifelong journey. At Hult, you’ll learn to navigate its path by following the ROAD Map: a four-step practice, guided by dedicated career advisors, that will set the strategy to lead you to your goals. Why choose Hult? The skills you learn in our undergraduate program have been identified by big data as those most in demand across all industries and functions, globally. The network you join—one of 150+ nationalities—will last a lifetime, thanks to an alumni network of 29,000+. And you can take your learning around the world, too, at one or more of our global campuses. Your journey starts here.
Get to know just a few of our career advisors, whose recruitment backgrounds and real-world experience will guide you on your way.
“Devise a strategy, build an effective personal brand, and start building valuable relationships.”
New Zealander Career Advisor, Hult London Undergraduate
Undergraduate Student Development Coach
What do you love about your job?
I provide holistic support to students on all aspects of their Hult journey, life, and career to develop the skills and mindsets to build the life they want at Hult and beyond. Having had some amazing coaches that supported me and altered the course of my life for the better, it’s so fulfilling to be able to be that person for my students now. And in return, I learn something new from almost every student I meet—they have accomplished some of the most amazing things in their lives already.
Trust yourself, fail, and then learn. Be confident in your ability to make choices for yourself. Bumps in the road are not setbacks; they’re catalysts that can help you grow faster and further than you would without them.
Career Advisor, Hult London
Former Recruiter, Boston Consulting Group Trained in Transformational Coaching 6+ Years’ Recruitment Experience
What can a former recruiter bring to coaching?
I can answer questions about recruiting processes, know what recruiters look for in an application, how internal referrals work, and how to prepare for interviews. I draw from my recruiter’s experience in almost all my advising sessions. When I review students’ resumes, I always put myself back into my old recruiter’s shoes to make sure that I give the best possible advice.