Degrees For Those Made to Do
Top-ranked by the best
Our programs are recognized as being among the best in the world in the most reputable global rankings
Financial Times 2021 MBA Ranking
Financial Times 2020 Global Executive MBA Ranking
Financial Times 2019 Global Masters in Management Ranking
The Economist 2021 Full-Time Global MBA Ranking
The Economist 2020 Global Executive MBA Ranking
The Economist 2019 Global Masters in Management Ranking
Poets & Quants 2021 Best Undergraduate Business Schools, Life-Changing Experience
Bloomberg Businessweek 2019 Best Global MBA program
Forbes 2019 Best International One-Year MBA
Times Higher Education and WSJ 2018 General Masters in Management Ranking
Build an essential skillset with our Bachelor of Business Administration, for high school graduates.
Deepen your expertise with our range of general and specialized master’s degrees offered in a variety of flexible formats.
Accelerate your career with a variety of flexible programs for professionals with three or more years of work experience.
Attain the highest academic accolade with our Doctorate in Business Administration, for professionals with 10+ years of work experience.
We partner with corporations and institutions that want to leverage our expertise as a center of excellence in experiential learning. Collaborations include:
The EY Tech MBA by Hult— Delivering a cutting-edge, corporate MBA to 284,000 EY employees in over 150 countries.
Hult-Brown Business Bootcamp— Specifically designed for Brown undergraduates to gain essential business and practical workplace skills expected by today’s employers.
Hult is the first triple-accredited US business school
Hult is recognized by business education’s three most prestigious international accrediting bodies: the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), the Association of MBAs (AMBA), and the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS). We are the first business school in the US to achieve this triple accreditation, which is held by just one percent of business schools worldwide.