Hult International Business School’s central London campus is located near Bloomsbury, with facilities spread over six floors of a beautifully converted historic building. Positioned at the intersections of the city’s technology, media, and financial districts, the London campus gives students unrivaled access to career opportunities in Europe’s banking center. During class time and through campus-organized events, Hult aims to give students every possible opportunity to meet people at the top of their professions and engage in real-world business issues. Procter & Gamble, PwC, Barclays, Burberry, Mars and BSkyB are just some of the companies who have shared their business insights with thei
r London students. With campus locations in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, Shanghai, and New York, you have the chance to live a global education, not just learn about it. Students can even study in one seamless year in up to three of these global cities.
Ranked 17th Best Business School worldwide wide by Bloomberg Business and 15th Best MBA by Forbes, Hult is proud to be recognized among the best business schools in the world. Students represent over 150 nationalities and speak an average of 3 languages, while the impressive faculty come from over 45 countries and include everything from CEOs to entrepreneurs and PhDs. Hult ensures the success of their students by keeping their business skills relevant. Graduates can continue studying one elective a year on them, for life. Change never stops, and neither should your business education.
Cultured, cosmopolitan, and effortlessly cool, London is a city that doesn't sleep. The British capital is not only one of the world’s most visited cities, but is one of the most diverse. The city truly has something for everyone. Those looking to discover England’s traditional charms can stroll through Westminster Abbey, watch the Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace, or take a red double-decker bus tour around the city. Art and history lovers can check off famous institutions su
ch as the British Museum and the National Gallery, while foodies can tuck into artisan delicacies at Borough Market, Brick Lane. A ride on the London Underground will take you to East London’s hip neighborhoods, the waterfront district of Greenwich, colorful markets, and top universities.