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Post Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:17 pm
Hi! I too considered the Hult MiB but ultimately decided against applying for a few reasons:
-they aren't as well known as other Masters in Management/Business programs
-I heard some feedback that though their global rotation program is enticing, the London campus is just on one floor of some building; because they concentrate on providing so many different campuses for students, the quality suffers
-I have heard that they admit applicants without a GMAT score.

These is just my personal opinion from the feedback that I've gathered, but I do know that Hult students get a good ROI after graduation.

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thanks for ur reply. by the way which college did u choose? can u give me any feedback about thunderbird msc in global management?

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I decided to go to ESADE Business School in Spain. and sorry Thunderbird wasn't one of my choices since as far i know it's an online program and i did not want to do distance learning.

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Post Fri Mar 16, 2012 11:16 am
Guys,,anyone who has found inputs about HULTs Boston MBA program?

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from what i know after speaking to an alum, the college is good in terms of faculty, except for a few of them, but lacks in career services. I am not too sure how the students at Boston campus get such good placements.source. http://dl.dropbox.com/u/13503874/Hult%20-%20Global%20Careers%20Global%20Talent%20Booklet%202012.pdf

Is it the effort of the students or something else for such good placements?

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Hey guys,

I have visited London campus and in the end decided to study in SF. Hult has got a new building in London that is big enough to accomodate students of all the programs. Look at their website for the pictures. It is true though that last year some of the classes were done in different schools but I don't think it is a practice this year.

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Extremely bad school for Indians in terms of career services. Most of the students return back to India with no job. Struggle for months and end up in profiles of their previous exp at a package much lower than any tier 1 or tier 2 schools of India. Be-aware of ur investment ..it's hard earned money ..shouldn't be wasted on such college. They invest a lot on marketing but not even a penny on corporate relations that might benefit the students/alumni.

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Hi guys,
I am a current full time MBA student at Hult SF Campus from India. The school is one of the fastest growing one year program in USA. It focuses on practical training, have one of the best professors with immense real world experience connecting the text book teachings to real world cases is just amazing. Global campus rotation is another great opportunity provided by Hult.College provides excellent one to one career coaching powered by corporate relations office who have tie ups with many local and international companies. Hult provides you many opportunity to get connected with the employer of your choice. Its entirely up to you how you make the most out of the opportunity provided to you.

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Post Tue Nov 27, 2012 9:53 am
As i mentioned, they have a very strong marketing team...not sure if the following post is from the student or someone else but this gentleman joined this forum today, just to reply on my post. Not sure how many students have time to peek into all the forums and mention the greatness of the college.
I never mentioned that the professors are not great, still he had to write it.
Well, regarding career services and the placement of the students...do you want the name and contact number of the students struggling in india to find even a low paying job?

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Post Tue Nov 27, 2012 6:41 pm
guys beware of hult...practically zero career services...people come bak to india to struggle to get a low paying jobs...

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Post Tue Nov 27, 2012 10:03 pm
adding on to my observations and feedback that i got from hult alumni...there are still 2010 passouts yet to get the right opportunity...majority of junta comes back to home country...

they are marketing aggresively but dont get fooled by the same...

i personally know alums and current students at hult...so thought of sharing my 2 cents..
all the best in your decision...
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Post Wed Nov 28, 2012 12:13 am
Few hard facts about HULT for my Indian friends....

> In India HULT is not even considered as a Tier 3 college.
> If you are looking for a transition in your career, pls avoid HULT.
> Be ready to join back in same salary or even lesser, once you back to India after completing your Masters from HULT
> There is nothing called HULT Alumni network... people don't want to be associated with HULT.
> Investment vs return is pathetic
> Although HULT is good for internal exposure ( 3 cities) , "only if you have money to spend"
> Don't go for HULT marketing stuff, do proper research

All d best for your research

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Post Wed Nov 28, 2012 1:13 am
I completely agree without any doubts and questions with what posted above by HULT_ALUMNUS...

All the best!!

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Post Wed Nov 28, 2012 4:55 pm
Hi...you should be very clear of what you to want to derive from your education...if you are coming for learning and adding value to your skills then Hult is not at all bad choice and you will not regret it. School is the fastest growing worldwide . You guys are mature and should know that no marketing works if product is not good. Hult teaching methodology is already started getting recognition in companies locally and around the world. I can see here how the school is focused entirely to provide students quality education, great exposure and all the tools that employer looks from the MBA or mibs or mse or MIM students.

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Post Wed Nov 28, 2012 7:42 pm
I am looking at these posts and I am not sure if I agree with anyone on you. Hult is pretty new school, which brings a couple of problems to the table.
First, it is not as known as Ivy Leagues schools everywhere in the world. It is still battling for its position under the sun, but you can't say there is nothing to provide. This school has really good professors who also work in the best schools here in the US. It is innovative and provides pretty amazing international experience. And, above all, they are working their ass off to provide the best studying experience out there. I appreciate these efforts.

Back to job finding problem. I don't think it is exclusively Hult's problem. Job market is really competitive, and these days it is even more amplified by the fact that the global economic crisis is still present, and that some things are just not as they used to be. I believe this is even worse in India where you have so many people applying for each of the available positions. Just look at the bigger picture and try to guess how can you leverage this situation and get what is the best for you. I know it sounds much easier than it is, but still, whining won't help you get a job.



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