Future-proof your career
If you watched the video above, you'll have met the Chief Academic Officer at Hult, Johan Roos. As the co-inventor of LEGO Serious Play®, he knows the building blocks of business are ever-changing. So, your knowledge, skills, and qualifications will need to be constantly updated.
Your Hult degree is just the start of a lifelong educational partnership, meaning you can upskill on the business world’s hot topics throughout your career.
Learning never stops
Your knowledge, skills, and qualifications will need to be constantly updated throughout your career. Once you graduate, we have lifelong learning options that enable you to stay up-to-date and relevant—always.
Some of our most popular electives taken by alumni in 2020:
- Behavioral Economics & Decision Making
- Developing Business Strategies for Emerging Markets
- International Negotiations
- Talent Management
- The Science of Happiness & Wellbeing
- Big Think: AI and the Future of Humanity
Hult Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA)
This is a two-and-a-half-year accelerated program that propels experienced business professionals to create novel, relevant, impactful tools that improve the practice of management—and their own careers. Participants must have a masters degree from an accredited school and be able to demonstrate professional maturity. Candidates are expected to have at least 10 years of work experience. They should be fluent in core business competencies, evidenced by a prior business degree or significant professional business experience.
Barry Vickery British General Manager, Qredible.co.uk Class of 2016
How has the lifelong learning course helped you in your current job?
Coming back to the classroom meant I could upskill in the areas I felt I needed to grow. The electives are based on cutting-edge business concepts, like fintech, digital analytics, and management psychology—all relevant for my position as the general manager of a startup.
Going to Shanghai with members of my cohort for the scenario planning elective, taught by Professor Mark Esposito, was one of my highlights. The course was incredibly valuable for my role, and I formed great connections with like-minded people around the world. We extended our trip and enjoyed Shanghai, before heading to Beijing and the Great Wall.
Coming back to the classroom meant I could upskill in areas I needed to grow.”