Hult International Business School now offers the 17th Best International MBA program according to Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2016 rankings, published on Monday.
Having previously been included in Bloomberg’s Best U.S. Business School rankings, this year the school entered the International category to more accurately reflect the global nature of its programs and campus network.
In addition to this, Hult is also ranked:
· 60th in the world in the Economist for its MBA
· 50th in the world by the Economist for its Executive MBA
· 19th in the world by the Financial Times for Executive Education programs – custom
In February 2016, Hult debuted as a Tier One Business School in CEO Magazine’s 2016 MBA rankings, in both the North America MBA rankings and the Global EMBA rankings.
Hult also recently climbed 20 places to #19 in the world in the latest round of rankings published by América Economia, one of the most widely read and respected economics and finance journals in Latin America.
“We’re very pleased with the latest rankings published by Bloomberg Businessweek,” said Hult president, Dr. Stephen Hodges. “Our continued presence in these competitive rankings is a testament to the hard work and dedication of Hult’s faculty, staff, and students.”