See what students say:


If you want to spend your undergraduate years fully immersed in business concepts, Hult International Business School just might be the place for you. With campuses in Boston, London and San Francisco, Hult offers students “niche...courses,” “industry connection[s],” “flexibility,” and “entrepreneurship opportunities.” Further, undergrads benefit from having a nice “balance between practical and theoretical classes.” There’s also a “strong emphasis on innovation which help[s prepare] students for emerging markets.” As this undergrad states, “We are always encouraged to think creatively about business ideas and work on them as well.” What’s more, students like to tout that their professors come from the “business world and [thus] have a lot of experience to share.” Indeed, “they will bring real life case studies or issues in[to] class to discuss and solve based on the lesson.” Even better, “they know everyone [in the class] and [make]...time for everyone's questions and concerns.” Hult professors also strive to be “extremely accessible outside the classroom.” As this student succinctly sums up, “So far, my academic experience has been nothing but great and exciting and I can’t wait to go further.”

Student Body

There’s no denying that Hult attracts “globally and open minded individuals eager to understand the business environment.” Students here love how “incredibly diverse” their peers are and that they “come from all around the world.” As this undergrad boasts, “Most countries are represented in our student body, with no nationality having more than 8% of our total population. This is what makes [us] unique, as you can literally meet someone from Iceland, Australia, etc., and learn about their culture, listen to their language, and be friends with them.” Unsurprisingly, people here are also “very entrepreneurial” and many students are “running businesses or are in [the] process of launching them.” Perhaps even more impressive, “some [individuals] pay their tuition fees with [the income they earn].” Certainly, the students here “are a group of doers, always striving to apply the theory taught at Hult.” But just as vital, they also tend to be “easy going and [maintain] a good attitude.” Moreover, “everyone is friendly and are glad to help each other out.” We’ll give the last word to this undergrad who concludes, “I had never thought that it would be possible to bring together a group of students [with]...different perspectives on every issue, and to have them get along. Hult proved me wrong.”

Campus Life

Undergrads assert that there’s no typical day at Hult International Business School. “This is, in part, because every week there's some surprise offered...be it in-house speakers, free frozen yoghurt or therapy dogs prior to exam week!” Of course, there are a handful of annual or ongoing events as well. One well attended option is “Culture Day, where students from different countries will represent their nations and give others an overview of their gorgeous [homeland].” Students also look forward to “the end-of-the-year boat party that [the] school hosts on a cruise ship.” Understandably, they’re often in full anticipation of “Pancake Day” as well. Additionally, a number of Hult undergrads are busy with “ongoing internships.” The majority of students also participate in some of the many “clubs and societies” run by the school. We’ve been informed that some of the “most popular...are the Management and Consulting Club, the Chocolate Society, The Courage (student magazine) [and] the Football Team.” Another organization that generates tons of interest is the “Hult Founders Lab which is an incubator for startups.” And, finally, these future business executives also devote a lot of their spare time to simply “network[ing] with other students.”

Contact & Visit

Campus Visits Contact

Sara Borg
Global Events Manager

35 Commercial Road
United Kingdom, E1 1LD

+44 207 341 8555


Experience College Life

Most Popular Places On Campus
Benugo Cafe & The Warehouse - Pizzeria & Bar in London; Little Lingo in Boston
1st Floor Social Area, Library, and Free Coffee Kart in London; Fenway Bleachers Auditorium in Boston
1st and 2nd Floor Terraces in London; 7th Floor Atrium and Hult House Accommodation in Boston
Multi-Faith Room in London; Counselling Spaces and Hult Point Lounge (Boston)
1st and 2nd Floor Study Areas in London; North Point Park in Boston.
Boston Campus 1. Little Lingo (Ground floor) 2. Fenway Bleachers Auditorium 3. 7th Floor Atrium 4. Hult House Accommodation (Boston) 5. Counselling Spaces and Hult Point Lounge (Boston)

Most Popular Places Off Campus
Brick Lane, home to vintage clothing stores, market stalls and eclectic art in London; Museum of Science, Harvard Square in Boston
Shoreditch, the trendy district of street art and Spitalfields Market in London; Fanueil Hall in Boston
Tower Bridge, the most iconic bridge of London in London; Boston Common and Public Garden in Boston
Big Ben, the third largest clock in the world at the Palace of Westminster in London; Chinatown and Newbury Street in Boston
Buckingham Palace, residence of the reigning monarch of the UK
Boston Off Campus Highlights: 1. Fenway Park - Legendary home of the Red Sox. 2. Freedom Trail - a 2.5 mile red-brick trail through Boston's historic neighborhoods that tells the story of the American Revolution. 3. Beacon Hill - one of Boston's most picturesque areas 4. Boston Harbor 5. Quincy Market - a historic market complex near Faneuil Hall in downtown Boston.

Campus Tours

Campus Tours
Appointment Required: Yes
Dates: Year-round
Times: 09.15 Tue & Thur in London, 11.00 in Boston
Average Length: Varies

On Campus Interview

Campus Interviews

Information Sessions

Twice Per Week

Faculty and Coach Visits

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Advance Notice

Contact Email Address for Visit

Class Visits

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Overnight Dorm Stays

Overnight Dorm Stays
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Types of Transportation Available to Campus
London campus: - Students at Hult have a great deal of choice when deciding which mode of transport to use to get around and to campus. Managed and regulated by Transport for London, students can get to Hult by the London Underground (The Tube), Buses, Ferries, Trams, and roads. You can get to campus by tube, Hult is only 5 minutes walking distance from the Aldgate East (District and Hammersmith Line) and 15 minutes walking distance from Liverpool Street railway station (Circle, Metropolitan and Central Line). By bus students take the 205 from Euston/King?s Cross/Paddington, 25 from Holborn/Oxford Street, 100 from Waterloo/Waterloo East. And by rail, St Pancras International Station runs train service connections to Luton and Gatwick Airports and also to Paris/Brussels via the Eurostar. Liverpool Street runs express connection to London Stansted Airport. When you arrive in London, you will fly into one of five London airports, the largest and most common being Heathrow Airport which is located west of London. Gatwick is directly south in the Sussex countryside, and Stansted and Luton are in the north of London. The only airport centrally located in London is the City airport out in East London. Parking in London : - In regards to parking in London, parking is managed by individual borough councils and/or whichever private companies they instruct to provide parking services. As a result, parking rules, charges, and fines will depend on which borough of London you are in. Below are the nearest car-parks to Hult House East Whitechapel High Street Spreadeagle Yard London E1 7PJ Tel: 0845 050 7080 This is a secure car-park with 100 spaces. Boston Campus: MBTA (subway), Regional Commuter Rail, Taxis, Uber/Ride Share, Biking, Closest airport is Logan International Airport (BOS).

Driving Instructions to Campus
London campus: Students can use multiple online platforms such as https://tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey/ to find driving instructions from major landmarks and destinations. - From Heathrow Airport 1. Take M4 and A4 to Queen's Gate in London 2. Continue on Queen's Gate. Take Prince Consort Rd, Ennismore Gardens and A315 to Knightsbridge/A4 3. Continue on Knightsbridge. Take A302 to Buckingham Palace Rd/A3214 4. Take The Mall and A3211 to Minories/A1211 5. Follow A1211 to Alie St/B134 6. Continue on Alie St. Drive to Assam St

Local Accommodations
London Near by Accommodation: Students at Hult have great nearby options for accommodation. The Hult Tower & Studios is the perfect student base in London, offering 345 modern single, studio, and shared rooms. Located in the same secure complex Hult's academic campus, students be living in the heart of trendy East London. Many return students live on campus, making it easy to connect with classmates and meet new friends. Living alongside fellow students from all over the globe is a key part of the undergraduate experience and is of the highlights of your time at Hult. Hult Tower features 18-floors with different room types, comfortable social spaces and a large courtyard garden, while the Hult Studios wing is specially designed for students looking for additional space, tranquility, and exclusivity. There’s also an onsite exercise studio and gym with the latest cardio, sport, and resistance machines. There are hundreds of hotels across central London including: 1. Premier Inn Tower Hill 2. Hotel Indigo Tower Hill 3. Holiday Inn Express London CIty 4. Andaz Hyatt 5. Park Lane City Apartments Boston hotels near campus: Opened in September 2019, Hult House is Hult?s newest accommodation building located on our beautiful Cambridge campus. Students will enjoy all of the convenience of a modern state of the art living facility close to the heart of Boston and steps from the classroom. Hult House is designed to be the perfect student residence for undergraduate and postgraduate students alike. The building is designed to offer students both private living quarters as well shared study and social areas making it the ideal residence of Hult students of all programs.


Applicants: 4,083
Acceptance Rate: 44%
Average HS GPA: 3.26



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