Hult International Business School Reviews of MBA Programs

  • 6 Reviews
  • Cambridge (MA)
  • Annual Tuition: $43,577
20% of 6 students said this degree improved their career prospects
17% of 6 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Frank
  • Reviewed: 1/13/2024
  • Degree: MBA
"“Hult International Business School” (based in Boston) is a very theoretical school that does not have any type of connection with the real and professional world. The students spend a lot of money on this expensive business school and then it neither supports nor helps the students to get a suitable job in the US. Most of its students have to return to their countries after having gone into debt or having spent a lot of money in the US. How could we not be outrageous when faced with a Hult's system that denies our MBA's graduates the job opportunities and fulfillment? Finally, Hult Business School should greatly improve and increase its relations with the business world, since it lacks an adequate business relations department as other Business Schools have. The “Hult Prize” after some very serious controversies is very devalued and discredited too. In conclusion, the Hult family, the Hult family, owners of “Hult International Business School”, which also owns the language schools and the “EF” cycling team, should invest more in the “Hult” business school and make a profound change in its strategy that begins to connect and relate to the world. business to improve the employability of its MBAs and the return on investment and effort of Hult MBA graduates. In other words, the family that owns Hult should significantly and immediately change the Board and Management Team of Hult International Business School.-"
MBH
  • Reviewed: 12/28/2023
  • Degree: MBA
"Hult promises the moon and delivers very little. You’ll attend great parties and get a diploma. You won’t learn much or experience career growth. The hardest part about being a Hult alumni is realizing you wasted your time, money and enthusiasm on a bogus sales pitch. Buyer beware."
Alex_2
  • Reviewed: 12/6/2019
  • Degree: MBA
"Hult is in business of selling dreams. According to Paul Ekman, it's easy to deceive someone when they want to believe what you are saying. And Hult does just that. They promise that you will be able to double your salary, that you will be able to recover your money within one year after graduation, that you will have opportunities to work internationally. This might be a dream come true for some, but for majority this is not true. When I applied to Hult, I thought I was buying an insurance, but it appeared I was buying a very expensive lottery ticket. It's been more than five years since graduation and it is painful to think how much money I lost to Hult. MBA is advertised as if they are selling you some "secret knowledge" that will make you rich. But this is not true. MBA is a collection of courses, just like any other graduate program. We studied economics, managerial theory, and some other related subjects. It was not bad, but there is nothing special about it, IMHO it did not cost the money I paid. Hult career advisers are not just useless, they are incompetent. Advise they give, is often counter productive. I wish they'd just say to me after graduation: "You know what? Hult lied to you about great career opportunities you'd have. If you want to succeed, just follow your instincts and try your best. Hult degree will not help you." At least it would be fair and I would not have spent so much time trying to pretend like what I learned was something special. It is not. While at Hult, we always played that game when we pretended to be managers at a company and have to evaluate a situation and make a decision. While these skills are important for some, in real life they may harm you. When I graduated I was so clueless that I actually tried to apply what I learned and presented my analysis to a manager. They did not fire me immediately, but eventually I had to leave. In real life you need to listen to your manager and do what you are told to do, don't be smart. Sometimes I would compare Hult to an imaginable "School for Presidents of the United States". I.e. - they would teach you all skills needed for the President and pretend you can become one. Obviously 99.99% would not even have a chance and 98% would not even qualify. I feel ashamed and humiliated by Hult."
Gui
  • Reviewed: 3/18/2019
  • Degree: MBA
"I would never recommend Hult. They sell you the world, but what they deliver is a PILOT PROJECT. They don't know what they are doing yet. So we are paying a lot to be part of their experience while they improve the school. And by improving, I mean, the basics. The one and only positive part is that the class is really diverse and international. So you can network and learn with people from different cultures. Besides that, it pretty much suck. You learn the basic of each subject. You don't really have time do network in events because you are always too busy with school. So my advice is: study longer and get to a real business school. Or a real school."
Anonymous
  • Reviewed: 9/1/2017
  • Degree: MBA
"Relly liked and it was focused on internaitonal and mult cultural business"
Newgrad
  • Reviewed: 8/31/2016
  • Degree: MBA
"I had a good year, however the school didn't match my expectations. Many program details were different from what was announced: the size of the cohort was bigger, the fees were higher, the rotation choices and places were smaller. The quality of the courses was variable as the quality of the classmates, some of them were freshly graduated from a Bachelor Degree ! And the Alumni is almost non-existant or inactive. The school is too expensive for what it is !"