Master of International Business.
Start your international business career by gaining a strong understanding of how the world is interconnected through finance, marketing, operations, economics, and strategy. Hult’s Master of International Business (MIB) degree uses the same experiential learning techniques from its award-winning MBA program to bring these concepts to life.
Who is this program for?
For candidates who have recently graduated from university or college, as well as individuals with up to three years of work experience who are interested in fields related to international business.
Where is this degree offered?
You can start your MIB degree in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, or Shanghai. You can rotate to other campuses in Modules D and E.
Global rotation: Study at up to three
Only Hult enables you to combine your studies with immersive learning in up to three world-class cities. Gain an invaluable global perspective by opting to rotate seamlessly to up to two more Hult campus locations during your final two elective modules.
There are seven campuses to choose from—Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, Shanghai, New York, and Ashridge (U.K.).
A cutting-edge curriculum combining knowledge, leadership development, and practical experience In 2014, Hult won the prestigious AMBA Innovation Award for blending core business knowledge with best-in-class techniques from the world’s preeminent corporate leadership development programs into its curriculum. The program develops your leadership skills across areas employers deem critical to success, such as being adaptive, influencing others, and achieving results through collaboration. This innovative approach has now been fully integrated into our MIB degree.
You will also gain practical experience through the seven-month Hult Business Challenge, in which you form a team with fellow students to develop a game-changing idea for a real-life business challenge.
— Financial Management
— Global Strategy
— Operations Management
— Business Math
— International Marketing
— Leadership Development
— Global Economics
Experts in bringing the basics of business to life Throughout your core studies, Hult takes you out of the classroom to help you learn the basics—strategy, management and finance—through experience. This is achieved in a number of ways: undertaking outdoor activities to help teach teamwork and leadership, competing in complex computer-based simulations and even using non-traditional experts, such as poker players, to help teach you skills such as risk management. By the end of the program, you will have developed a deep-rooted understanding of the fundamental concepts of global business.
Tailor your experience to fit your career goals The Hult MIB degree is very flexible—specializations allow you to tailor the program to your individual and professional goals. You can focus your final two modules on a specific career or study a broad range of general management topics. There are six specializations to choose from— marketing, finance, entrepreneurship, project management, sustainability, and general management.
Choose from six MIB specializations:
Focus your studies on international marketing to gain specialized skills in market research, branding, consumer behavior, sales, and product development. Sample electives: — Digital Marketing and Social Media — Strategic Brand Management — Luxury Marketing — New Product Development
This specialization provides broad exposure to international corporate finance and helps you develop the essential analytical and leadership skills necessary to enter this highly competitive sector.
— Behavioral Finance
— Company Financial Analysis
— Global Strategic Valuation
— Corporate Finance
Acquire all the knowledge, tools, and mentorship you need to start your own organization. You can further focus your studies on social entrepreneurship to fully understand how to make change happen.
— Disruptive Business Models
— New Product Development
— Entrepreneurial Finance
— Entrepreneurial Marketing
Equip yourself with a wide range of skills required for planning, organizing, securing, and managing
resources for major projects at multinationals, family businesses, and NGOs.
— Project Planning and Execution
— Project Procurement and Contract Management
— Project Quality and Risk Management
This specialization helps you get to grips with areas as diverse as environmental economics, sustainable
development and design, and social justice.
— Social Innovation
— Fundamentals of the Global Energy Business
— Stakeholder Management
For a broader perspective on global enterprises, simply take the courses that interest you most from any of the specializations above to build the knowledge and skills you feel will best help you in your chosen career path.
— Global Economics
— Management and Strategies for Emerging Markets
— Women in Leadership
The fee each program year is based on your choice of home campus:
— Boston 41,300 U.S. dollars
— San Francisco 41,300 U.S. dollars
— London 30,100 British Pounds
— Dubai 152,400 Emirati dirham
— Shanghai 273,900 Chinese yuan.
Application fee: 150 USD