Hult International Business School’s history dates back to 1959 when Ashridge Management College was established. In 1964 the Management Education Institute in Boston was founded. These two events led to the creation of Hult International Business School as it is today when in 2015 Hult International Business School merged with Ashridge Business School.Show more
The professors in the college are incredible and they are world-class.
They show extreme resilience to conventional teaching methods and come out with disruptive innovation mindsets of growth mindset.
They also influence the habit of deliberate practice
It’s a good university for international exposure and provide access to good resources for students to access. The student clubs gives an opportunity to learn about various cultures and other academic field.View more
There aren’t many places to be with such diversity. That’s probably what sticks with you the most. With students from over 45 countries in my MIB classes, (two cohorts combined) the cultural diversity you experience is quite something. Along with the cross-cultural collaboration, the teaching and non-teaching staff are great too! You get to learn from professors who not only teach but also walk the talk. Industry experts, professional consultants, businessmen and women, authors and Ted talk speakers, you’ll learn from them all and it’s a brilliant learning experience.
The reason I gave a 4 rather than 5 is because of the career options straight from the campus (campus placements). While a lot of time is spent to enhance your career options in the real world, there aren’t any options to get a job right from the campus. Alas, you’ll be equipped to search for a job yourself and land a good one in the process.View more
To sum up my experience at Hult I can say that its a very professional experience gaining a lot of business knowledge. All professors are very knowledgable and very friendly to approach. I also improved my network with the help of guest lectures and connecting with a lot of across the globe during my electives. One more plus point Hult has is the rotation program for the electives and for the dual degree.View more
This university gave me exposure that I never expected, the class had 50 nationalities. Every class, they try bringing in a related guest speaker – we get an opportunity to interact with them after listening to their experience.
Majority of the professors are noticed not only to have a PhD but also authors, ted talk speakers, members of Harvard society. Professors were really insightful. The university gives importance to maintaining students CV and Linkedin. additional support classes like presentation skills, critical writing were provided as an option under academic essentials. The only drawback I see is that the university does not have any sports team in Dubai, they do allow 11 groups to create a club with a set budget – but it’s not so efficient as being run by the management. They also provide rotation (London, NewYork, Boston, San Francisco, Shanghai) options for the electives. all candidates enrolled are eligible for dual masters (100% scholarship) that will take place in the US. overall great university or doing masters.
The Hult International Business School aims to make students get the most out of an international experience by promoting contact with all cultures and nationalities. Thus, during the course, the student is placed in different teams in order to have the opportunity to work side by side with the largest number of people from different parts of the world, with different mindsets and perspectives on different subjects.View more
There are very good teachers at Hult. But the pool of teachers is very shallow, so you will have to have the same teacher in 3-4 classes. So classes feel like they get a bit repetitive since you are stuck with one teacherView more
If you’re not looking for the typical university experience then Hult is a really great place. Because it’s quite a small university, you get to know both students and professors on a much more personal level. Class participation and independent clubs are easy to get into and that makes the experience very unique. My favourite learning experience was the fact that we got to work with real companies to solve real current problems.View more
I’ve had the pleasure of being a Hult MBA student at the Dubai Campus. The school is very true to form in stating that it is an internationally diverse school. Every other person speaks a completely different language from the last person and is from a different part of the world. The course is structured in a way that each class is layered on top of the last. This helps you to build and constantly use the things that you just learned. The only downside to the one year program is that many times the courses feel very rushed and crammed. Almost like you’re learning only to pass an exam but not really retaining anything. The busy schedule also makes it almost impossible to network and make connections. I have yet to begin rotations and complete the program but at this point in time, I would definitely recommend Hult to a friend, however maybe one of the US or London campuses before the Dubai one.View more
I like: non-traditional way of teaching. The idea is to solve problems of real existing companies and not only acquire knowledge from books. Lot of experience through exposure to local companies around the different campuses
International exposure (90% of the students are international from all over the world)
Top professors with huge experience in the professional sector.
Don’t like: The School name doesn’t give you an interview opportunity unlike Harvard.
Student services is sometimes a pain