Bachelor of Business Administration at Hult
At Hult, you will be immersed in a global environment without even leaving campus, and every topic you study will be approached from a global point of view, from marketing to law to career planning. Throughout your undergraduate experience, you will be challenged to think creatively, be resourceful, and work together with your fellow students in our international and collaborative learning environment.
Put theory into practice as part of your everyday classroom experience. Gain real insight into your individual strengths and weaknesses, as well as improving your team and leadership skills as you take part in:
Live client consulting
Immersed in diversity
Join classmates of more than 130 nationalities, speaking over 80 languages as you learn about the world and how to work across cultures.
Learn by doing
Put theory into practice and gain firsthand experience throughout your degree by working in diverse teams to solve real-world problems.
Lead with confidence
Develop deep self-awareness through self-assessments and skills diagnostics, and continually improve through practice, coaching, and peer feedback.
Shape the future
Learn to thrive in a time of constant change, understand the technologies driving change, and how you can harness their power to shape the future.
No matter where in the world you’ve attended high school, or how intensely you want to study while you’re at Hult, our flexible curriculum is built to adapt to your needs and goals. So you can study the topics you choose, at the speed that suits you.
Global Standard Track: Three years
In some parts of the world, you will spend five years in high school. This means you can qualify to bring up to 30 “Advanced Placement” (AP) credits with you, effectively skipping your first year and graduating in as little as three years.
The U.S. Standard Track: Four years
If you come from any four-year high school, you will be on this track and will typically take four years to complete your degree. This is the standard length of an undergraduate program at most U.S. colleges and universities.
Candidates who have studied at another accredited university or business school will be assessed for transfer credits into the Hult Bachelor of Business Administration upon receipt of their official transcripts.