We believe that business and sustainability go hand in hand, which is why every course at Hult has an ethics or social impact component. Through classes, assignments, and challenges you’ll be encouraged to consider profit, planet, and people.
Ibrahim Demir Turkish Humanitarian Affairs Officer, UN Class of 2019
Why do an MBA?
As a negotiator for the UN I felt the need to widen my perspective even further in order to bring more value to my career. Doing a global MBA would fulfill that need and also give me valuable contacts for my future career trajectory.
What motivates you?
Helping others has been my motivation since my childhood. It’s the greatest legacy I have from my parents, and I count myself lucky to be able to make a living doing work that aligns with my values. Before Hult, I worked at the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. It was a great place to fulfill my passion to work as a humanitarian—as well as having a leadership role.
What makes Hult different?
Hult prepares us for what’s coming after our studies—a big advantage over traditional schools. Cross-cultural business is always a challenge and at Hult, it's part of your everyday experience.
Helping others has been my motivation since childhood.”
How will you change the world?
The Hult Prize is a worldwide competition that challenges student teams to solve a pressing social issue by developing a sustainable social enterprise.
Current and past Hult Prize challenges
Building startups for a better planet
What startup would you create to have a positive impact on the environment for 1M consumers within the next decade?
Solving youth unemployment
Harnessing sustainable energy
The refugee crisis
Crowded urban spaces
Early childhood education