Germán(HultMBA): Employers want MBA students who are job-ready. Hult has designed its curriculum to give students hands-on experience and not only abstract theory. Our innovative curriculum is based on three components, which together form the acronym LEAP:
The ‘Action Project’ component at Hult allows students to tackle a real-world growth challenges faced by Fortune 500 companies. Students develop business strategies for C-suite executives searching for the next innovation or pathway to growth. This is exactly the kind of practical application and international exposure that anchors theoretical learning and prepares Hult students for their post-MBA careers.
F1GMAT: Will Hult MBA grads be at a disadvantage with a one year program instead of a standard two-year full-time MBA program?
Germán(Hult MBA): Our critics might think that it would be a hassle to be a part of a Global Campus Rotation program. The reality is that no matter what Hult campus our students are on, they will use the same electronic library, course management system, and receive the same career service and student service offerings. Students often comment that their campus rotation was seamless with a supportive community to help ease them into a new culture and surroundings.
F1GMAT: How is the student life in Hult International Business School?
Germán(HultMBA): 80% of Hult’s students are international. This diversity adds to the extraordinary learning environment at Hult and creates unforgettable memories for our students. Each of
F1GMAT: Can you give our readers a demographic snapshot of the Full-time MBA program
Germán(HultMBA): Here is the class demographic data for the Hult Full-time MBA class of 2011.
Hult Full-time MBA Class 2011 (By Region)
Pre-MBA Job Function
Hult MBA Age Group
F1GMAT: What are the post-MBA opportunities available for Hult’s Full-time MBA Grads?
Hult Post-MBA Industry(Placement)
Hult Post-MBA Job Function
F1GMAT: What are some of the unique courses offered in Hult’s Accelerated One Year MBA program? How will these courses help MBA students?
Germán(HultMBA): Hult offers an array of courses and concentrations suitable for varying functional areas. Students begin their one-year course with a range of foundation courses that equip them with the necessary basic business knowledge, followed by courses that build the financial and analytical knowledge of our students. Our students are able to choose from an exhaustive list of electives to complement their functional background and interest. Some of the most popular courses chosen by our students are: Applied International Derivatives, Islamic Banking, Financial Modeling and Valuation,Applied Positioning
F1GMAT: What makes Hult’s Accelerated One Year MBA Program stand out from the competition?
Our Global Campus Rotation provides our students with an extraordinary opportunity to study in the world’s fastest growing economies. This unique program allows our students to gain a truly international perspective and experience firsthand the business practices of world’s most exciting economies.
Our focus on action-oriented learning is a core part of our curriculum, which prepares our students to be job-ready on day one.
Our student body is composed of more than 80% international students, unrivaled in the business school environment.
Our students are also able to earn graduate-level professional certificates. These certificates can be earned during the one-year MBA program and comprise a total of 9 credit hours and an exam. Hult offers certificate programs in Innovation, Solutions Marketing, Finance,Management Consulting, and Strategic Equity Valuation.
German is the Director of Recruitment for Europe at Hult International Business School. He holds a BA honors from Queen Mary College andan MA in Modern English Language from University College London. After studying in the UK, German moved back to Spain to take over and successfully expand his education-centric family business, London Thames. He remains a strategy advisor for the company which is focused on language training, language travel and higher education advice.Since starting his role at Hult in January 2010, German has concentrated on bringing global leaders to Hult’s MBA and Executive MBA programs.
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