1. What are the programs offered at Hult International Business School, San Francisco?
Hult International Business School offers the following full programs in San Francisco: Master of Business Administration, Metropolitan Executive Master of Business Administration, Masters in Business Analytics, Masters in International Business, Masters in Disruptive Innovation, and Bachelor of Business Administration.
2. Does Hult International Business School, San Francisco offer financial aid?
Hult awards merit-based scholarships as well as need-based grants and other financial assistance to eligible students. Financial aid is available to international students as well.
3. What is the Hult Prize offered at the university?
Hult Prize (formerly Hult Global Case Challenge) is an annual international case competition launched in 2010 that asks students to find solutions to global social challenges. The best teams from each regional event advance to the global final, at which a single winning team is chosen and is then provided with 10,00,000 USD (7,75,50,900 INR) cash grant to help fund the winning solution.
4. Are the libraries well equipped?
Hult library resources provide support to the international student body and faculty. The available resources support the academic programs, and provide students, staff, and faculty with extensive access to library resources. The School provides online access to leading research databases (e.g. EBSCO, ProQuest, LexisNexis etc.), which provides on- and off-site access to students.
5. Does Hult International Business School, San Francisco offer joint degree programs?
Yes, the university offers dual degree programs in both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees.