Where will your Hult degree take you?
Hult graduates are in demand with leading employers, achieving great things with their entrepreneurial spirit and reputation as globally minded innovators. Welcoming, passionate, and determined, our alumni are not only your future network—they can be your inspiration.
Achieve your employment goals
A degree from Hult could take you to many places and on many different career paths.
companies hired Hult 2019 grads across 76+ countries
of Hult graduates changed either country, industry, or function
of international students at US campuses gained employment in the US
pre-MBA salary increase, The Economist, Which MBA, 2019
average MBA graduate starting salary three months after graduation
average MBA salary three years after graduation, Financial Times, alumni survey, 2018
Your alumni network
alumni worldwide to connect with
active alumni chapters globally
of Hult MBA graduates are working in management, upper management, or C-level positions one year after graduation; this goes up to 55% three years after graduation
What paths have our alumni taken?
Canadian Chairman & Founder, CRU Kafe Class of 2012
Trader turned serial entrepreneur Colin’s latest venture is ethical, organic coffee company CRU Kafe.
Why an MBA?
I wanted to figure out what I wanted to do for my next adventure. Hult’s global network really appealed to me. At Hult, you’re not a number but an individual with your own personal story and journey.
What skills are you still using today?
Definitely the social skills needed to work within a multicultural world. And the network is still amazing, even all these years later. Follow Colin’s coffee journey through Colombia on Jamie Oliver’s YouTube channel.
Hungarian Senior Investment Manager (Venture Capital), Sky Class of 2018
Fulbright Scholar and Female Role Model of the Year award winner Eva wanted to hone her skills and immerse herself in the London VC scene. After graduation, she found her dream job managing startup investment at Sky.
What was a key learning from your MBA?
Learning to manage difficult situations with openness and communication was a very important step in my development.
Tonika Sealy Thompson
Barbadian Ambassador of Barbados to Brazil Government of Barbados Class of 2012
Why did you choose an MBA?
I needed to acquire business fundamentals like organizational theory and economics. I also wanted to develop my leadership potential beyond mid-level seniority.
How did Hult’s environment influence you?
We learned to see cross-culturally rather than just through an East/West lens. Now I’m part of a global community with friendships all over. I couldn’t have asked for a better training—even though I had no idea that I would go on to become my country’s ambassador.