Hult’s review by Forbes looked at graduates’ return on investment five years after their program by comparing salaries pre- and post- MBA. You can review the full ranking here and more about the methodology used by Forbes here.
This is Forbes’ 10th rankings of MBA programs that seeks to answer whether or not an MBA is worth the investment and schools are ranked solely on their “5 year MBA gain” i.e. the net cumulative amount the typical alumni would have earned after five years by getting their MBA versus staying in their pre-MBA career. Forbes have calculated that Hult graduates from the Class of 2012 have made an average 5 year gain of $53,700.
One-year MBA programs like Hult’s have grown in popularity in recent years, as they allow students to return to work more quickly and spend less money on accommodation while studying versus two year programs.
Hult’s President, Dr. Stephen Hodges, said:
“We’re thrilled that the Hult MBA has been reviewed so favorably by Forbes. The one-year program offers students a uniquely global business education across three cities, and this ranking is a testament to the lasting career results our graduates enjoy after their studies.”
This latest ranking adds to a growing list of publications who have reviewed Hult’s programs and ranked them among the best in the world, including:
- 13th Best Masters in Management (for Hult’s Masters in International Business) –The Economist, 2017
- 17th Best International Business School – Bloomberg BusinessBest Business Schools 2016
- 19th Best Custom Programs, globally – The Financial Times, Executive Education rankings 2016
- 50th Best EMBA, globally – The Economist, Which MBA? 2016
- 60th Best MBA, globally – The Economist, Which MBA? 2016
- Bachelor of Business Administration program listed in Bloomberg Businessweek’s Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2016
About Hult International Business School
Hult is a new kind of business school for the global generation. With campuses in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, Shanghai, and New York, students can study in up to three of these cities during their one-year graduate program. The school’s student body is made up of more than 150 nationalities with students speaking 105 languages between them.
Hult’s alumni network of more than 19,000 graduates work in 170+ countries across the globe and there are 70 clubs and chapters active in over 60 countries worldwide. Employers value Hult graduates’ international outlook and entrepreneurial flair which has yielded impressive employment statistics for the Class of 2016.