Hult International Business School joins the Financial Times Top 100 rankings of world’s best global business schools, rated 55th in the U.S., and 97th in the world. This is the school’s debut in the Financial Times Top 100 list since the rankings were established in 1999. The list includes Harvard Business School, University of Pennsylvania Wharton, INSEAD, and London Business School.
The Financial Times list is one of the most highly regarded rankings because it is based on the success of the alumni of each institution in the workplace. The ranking combines a number of measures including salary three years after graduation, salary increase and career progress, the data for which is all supplied by the alumni themselves. The School’s inclusion in the ranking reflects its competitiveness on all of these dimensions. However, Hult International Business School stands out in particular in terms of international mobility, a measure of the success of its graduates in launching an international career, ranking number 6 in the world. Hult is also the only school in the Top 100 list to offer its MBA program in four locations around in the world.
Bertil Hult, backer of the business school and founder of EF Education First-the world’s largest private education organization, has reiterated that, “Excellence in education is our number one priority. Our investments have been geared towards ensuring quality and results. The school’s students, alumni, faculty, and staff have reason to be enormously proud of the recent ranking.”
“We are pleased that Hult has joined this prestigious ranking, and look forward to working to climb even higher,” says Hult’s President, Dr. Stephen Hodges. “We are committed to providing a global education so that each and everyone of our graduates can make a significant contribution to their businesses and communities.”
About Hult International Business School:
Hult International Business School, formerly the Arthur D. Little School of Management, is a NEASC and AMBA accredited business school. Established in 1964, Hult offers a unique one year MBA program to a diverse student body from over 50 countries. The school has four campus locations: Boston, London, Dubai, and Shanghai. Hult is partner of EF Education First, the world’s largest private education organization.