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Jeff Saperstein, Professor of Marketing, Hult International Business School

Jeff Saperstein, Professor of Marketing, Hult International Business School

By Jeff Saperstein & Hunter Hastings

Higher education has a well recognized crisis: the gap between what is taught in business schools and what is expected by managers in high growth industries of their incoming employees.

It is a chasm that leads to unemployment, underemployment, and disengagement for the Millennial workforce, and frustration for enterprises who cannot find and retain qualified employees for jobs unfilled.

Hunter Hastings, Professor of Marketing, Hult International Business School

Hunter Hastings, Professor of Marketing, Hult International Business School

Higher Education institutions tend to resist innovation. They are risk-averse, while being overly concerned with maintaining tradition. Frankly, it is easier for departments and professors to keep doing what they have been doing in prescriptive, conventional methods rather than find new ways to deliver education as a service in innovative and effective ways.

The disruptive solution is to engage students in active learning by applying the latest business research and enterprise architecture models to real business challenges. As a result of incorporating the use of social business, big data, mobility and cloud computing into the curriculum students leave prepared with the skills they’ll immediately use to service customers and collaborate with colleagues and partners in today’s global and digital economy.

This is exactly what Hult International Business School and IBM have partnered to do.

In an effort to combat the growing skills gap, IBM and Hult International Business School have partnered to create a first-of-its-kind curriculum that is focused on the emergence of the digital service economy, dedicated to preparing today’s graduate student with the critical skills they’ll need to be competitive and successful in today’s increasingly social and digital business landscape.

IBM and Hult are working to educate and enable students with skills that best serve today’s global, mobile and social customer. This new academic program provides Hult students with the opportunity to deepen technical and business skills in areas such as enterprise social networking, which has seen a significant uptick in adoption over the past five years and continues to grow and transform how organizations do business.

The new curriculum is part of Hult International Business School’s Corporate Partnership Elective program, and brings together MBA students with IBMers to help address the need for skills in areas like social business and analytics. Hult approaches the partnership with IBM as an opportunity for systematic innovation to improve its capability to bridge the gap between business education and the skills/competencies global hiring managers seek.

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Above is a video of a few of our Hult MBA students who are in the midst of this new curriculum. We caught up with them recently at an event at the IBM Innovation Center, Silicon Valley.

Our hope is that the students who complete this program will gain a unique advantage by building skills related to social, analytics, mobility and more and receive opportunities from leading enterprises like IBM who value their business acumen.

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About Hult International Business School — Hult is the world’s most international business school with campuses in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, and Shanghai, and rotation centers in New York and São Paulo. The school offers MBA, Executive MBA, Master and Bachelor degree programs. Hult’s one-year MBA program is ranked 1st in Percentage Salary Increase by The Economist and Top 10 in International Business and International Experience by The Financial Times. For more information, go to www.hult.edu.

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August 14, 2014
8:57 am

Hello,
I like your blog. it is really helpful for those students who want to per-suing MBA..

Apart form that I want to share that if anyone want to study from abroad might be consider : http://www.hultreview.com


Posted by: heebamartin
 
May 27, 2014
1:38 am

Hult MBA REVIEW
Complation of Grievances by Ex- MBA students on Hult International Business School,
Dubai, Boston, London, San Francisco and Shanghai
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Here is a part which prospective student needs to be careful of all.
Once you complete you “MBA” from hult IBS, that is when your pain will start.

You will suddenly realise yourself in a foreign country, with
no job, a worthless degree, no money and a huge loan to carry.

Now you expected a job which will repay the loan which you don’t have any.

Hult will suddenly start calling you to repay the loan to be a good alumni.
They will change the collection agency so that the brand of hult is not
affected during your debt collection.process. The debt will be transferred to another financial
company based in hong kong supposedly not-connected with Hult/EF
but guess what? the official remains same. And they
change the name of company every year. So
it is GOED today, ERIKA yesterday and some new name next year, so
that it is impossible to track the pattern
of profit-making here.

They will give you all sorts of offer like “please
pay interest only”, “we will take over your loan”, “let us defer by six months and we will
check your situation again”. They will also threaten at different level like “you are responsible citizen,
you don’t want trouble”, “we have to transfer to debt
collection agencies”, “we will drop at your office”, “we would
like to meet you at home”. And here is the most sick part “they will
chase you till you are all screwed up“. Those people will not bother alumni
where there is no hope for collection say a poor student in africa or with-no-job-person in nigeria.
And they will keep bothering people who are employed with a assumption that they are bound to pay the debt
otherwise there job would be in trouble. so it is all very sickening.

This entry was posted in Hult international business school, hult international business school review, Hult MBA, Hult
MBA review, hult rotation, review and tagged dubai, ERIKA, GOED, Hult, IBS, INTERNATIONAL, mba on February 28, 2014.

You cannot compare Hult with Ivy League schools. so this is all you got
!!
You cannot compare Hult with Ivy League schools so this is all you got !!

This is the most convincing argument put by some of the Hult recruiters/employees
when confronted with the facts. This logic leaves you stumped because as an alumni/prospective candidate you
always hoped and wished that your college should be compared
with the best. Now here is the problem with the logic. People who have actually experienced studying at Hult
would actually rate the college poor than third grade colleges in the list.
And topmost features that Hult lacks is the
intention to improve the “education standard” of the school.
And here is why they need not and will not bother to improve
even in coming years.

This one-year-format has been kept is such a way that
once the you accept the hult invitation you will be
kept busy for “what you have accepted”. The constant bombardment with short bullet
courses along with your drive to realize the huge investment put by self will
eventually lead you till end of the course. If you add “campus rotation” to your jig, believe me
you will not realize what has hit you during this period.
The whole education model is built like an “extended corporate
training” packaged in form of very costly “global MBA” degree.

Except the fact that its your hard earned money. If i
see back today i would only do this course only if i am forced by my company (off-course
free of cost) as it is not worth my 11 months of my professional life.

And believe me the management is fully aware of this.
When i was “rotated” to another campus and
i walked into their “career services” asking details about employment opportunities
Hult is exploring for its students, there was a grin on their faces and even mocked me for my to-the-point questions.
Till date (and believe me i have been approached by tons of ex-hult students) i have not found a single student who upgraded themselves to “a better position” because of hult MBA.
Let us not count those students who nothing before MBA and they got a “clerical” job in an
foreign country. And off-course you can always become
one of their recruiters for “one and half year”

Even before course is wrapped up, management
would start worry about making arrangement about your
wayback home. And completing ignoring the fact that student has made hugh investment and expect some return in-form of better employment opportunities.
Many student could not even attend their interviews as their passport were taken and were made
ready to move out of country. Hult completely ignores the fact that these student that they have hired,
in no condition can be classified as “immigration risk” and had a very respectable career in
their respective countries before they got into Hult.

This entry was posted in career services, Hult Blog, Hult international business school, hult international
business school review, Hult MBA review, hult rotation and
tagged hult business school review, hult international
business school review, hult review on August 24,
2013.
Financing an not-for-profit school
Below is the view shared by another desperate
student from hult

Wow.! Taken from a hult student, ryan /sept 2012 from
privious post,

“Also, what was disconcerting to me and many other then-students was when we figured out that Hult IBS
is a for-profit school. The U.S. Non profit is a scammy front for the
school. All of us wrote checks for our tuition to Hult Limited in Hong Kong.
Hult Ltd then pays Hult IBS in the U.S. for the exact amount of expenses every year, allowing it to keep the NPO tax
status, while pocketing the profit. I wish I was making this up.

We discovered it when we were looking at Hult’s 990 tax forms (which are publicly available) in
Massachusetts, that every NPO files which includes their costs.

We did the math as MBA students and figured Hult is making off with a 45%-65% profit margin, at least on the U.S.
campuses. It’s brilliant in and unto itself because it’s low cost education, i.e.
they have no assets, lease campuses, contract professors as consultants,
etc.”

Amazing research conducted by a group of annoyed
hult students!

==

Look at what ryan wrote about hult on sept 9 2012, soooooooo
true. hult staff avoided answering, because they couldnt.
Ef and hult are known for moving money around havens and finding
loopholes re non profi and tax. Inteligent.
Hult mba emba and masters are huge cash cows for them, huuuuuge company..

feel sorry for anon/john , clearly angry and upset. The hult mba is Amazing, the time ofyour
life, best year ever- but only when you listen to ef/hult recruiters and when u look at paid models in hult mba
holiday brochures. Words like Scam, bad ,
aggresive, avoid, scandal all appear when googling hult.
Funniest part is downloading a brochure and 2 or 3 of them pounce on you within a few hours, they hunt them
down and leave a mess. who does that in higher ed and so called hard to get into top schools and worse still who falls for it?honest ones
who trusted recruiters and ones that should have done their
research before believing every word but they create aa enviroment making it hard to say no(theyre quick attractive and throw mickey mouse money at you).

Thereare also ones desp to leave their country so hult is
a easy way to exit, dont care about standars, just get to usa and Uk on student visa is enough.Stay clear
and see thru the BS.
Another views by david and lola

The craziest b school out there. As a recent grad
dont go to Hult, avoid this mba. Worthless degree. Cost a fortune of hard earned savings.
they are full of false promises and very little delivery,
agree with many on here that the school will be found out one day.
They cant keep screwing people like this, trying to get in
touch with my recruiter but she’s left, this is what they do .
Annoyed and unhappy and clearly not alone.
Anon, couldnt agree more. would never work for this company ( not a school, yes
a company), feel so sorry for those who studied and then have to
work for such corrupt company, bad leaders, no vision.
spend a few mins on the net to find out who they are and how
they conduct themselves. We are starting a campaign to stop people from buying
into false promises, we have collected 300 unsatisfied names so far
that are ready to bring them down via forums and social media.,
the number will grow. They have to be stopped- or play fair, what they’re doing is unethical.
How the leader and sales staff sleep at night is beyond me,
their bank account helps hide the guilt. heard They are now paying off pagalguy,
a massive indian mba forum, to remove negative comments about the mba
experience, we made enquiries with pagalguy and they became very nervous When probed.

Also search for ‘ef scam’, which happens to own hult, online and it’s the same story there,
its a trail… My sister is in debt for life and degree is worth
zero but this just our story, they ruin life with glossy brochures,
pushy recruiters and fake $€$€ scholarships and a holiday mba.
Hult is a Scam that must be stopped and social media and forums is the way to warn naive applicants..Avoid hult mba, fraud.
As for the so called hult prize , nothing but a marketing ploy like anon said
which more and more a figuring out by the day. Spammers!

This entry was posted in GMAT, Hult Blog, Hult international business school,
Hult MBA, Hult MBA review, review and tagged global mba,
Hult, hult international business school, hult mba on May 4, 2013.

Hult – Most International business school ??
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Hult is very good in one thing. They know what is takes to
get into rankings. Below are the parameters they mark religiously and try to excel in
that. And these parameters are criteria for ranking calculations (for example
in Financial times) As a result of which the college turns
its worst part as best feature.

1. Alumni progression rank: All the parameters like salary
today, percentage increase, value for money, career progression rank, employment in three months,
placement success rank are all faked. The college selectively give access to candidates and alumni only to
those who college thinks as favorable so that it comes largely in respectable ranking.

2. Diversity: The parameters like women faculty, women student, international faculty,
international students, international board, international mobility
if not recorded in its essence can actually be used to fool students.
Now to get a good ranking you need to pump international students which
is a good thing after all. isn’t it? How would an international student living
far off would know about the school. So lets put all the resources to get those students.

Putting resources in improving a school will not serve the purpose as it has been declared as “not-for-profit” school anyway.
How about about putting 100% international students as Americans
would obviously know about the school and wont put a penny to “earn” an degree here.

Similarly they need to care about quality of professors here.
They just need to put either women or international professor, he just need to be ready to spend 5 week at
international locations. Which is not a bad
deal for all except for the student who cannot get access to the professional after
the session as he need to head back to his country/work.

3. Idea generation: Parameters like faculty with doctorates and research also
plays along the same line. These so called professor are highly qualified ADL
consultants who has done quite some works in research. They are not “permanent faculty” here.
They are offered a handsome amount to come for few weeks, enlighten these student
and then go back. So if you see, everybody gains but the students.
ADL Consultants get some good bucks for their mal-practice and school get a
the course slots filled with talented people. School also shows them as resident faculty which helps
them in there rank.

A wonderful model for education. isn’t it??

This entry was posted in GMAT, Hult Blog, Hult MBA review,
review and tagged Hult, hult international business school, hult mba review,
IBS, review on April 29, 2013.
Recruiters at Hult International Business School
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I will start with their recruiting process and their recruiting team.
It will also indicate how vicious the whole MBA cycle is.

In most case the recruiters are normally their MBA students who could not secure job after MBA.
But they also need to repay the Education loan that they has taken from the same college
to do the MBA. So they are left with no option but to work with them
and recruit similar candidate who has similar psychological profiling and
educational & financial background. They has to do it till school recovers
their amount and then they are thrown out as they
“could not recruit enough”. In many cases that i am
aware of, these “Recruiting director” who normally has
stellar track record before MBA are left with untraceable pattern of job changes to finally become “entrepreneur”.

This entry was posted in GMAT, Hult Blog, Hult MBA review and tagged Hult,
hult international business school, hult mba review
on April 21, 2013.
Review on economist
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here is the link

I am currently enrolled in the Hult IBS programme in Boston Campus.

After six months into the program I have serious doubts about the overall credibility
of the school. Please do not take the following criticism wrong.

I feel that there are great professors at Hult (Managerial Economics,
Global Strategy, International Accounting, Finance),
however, the administration and organization of the school is flawed.
In specific, I have identified the following main issues:

- no credibility in the grading policy
Most of the grades are not published to the students.
Professors and Registrar often just provide half of the total grades of a course.
Also irregularities were observed in which some students received better
grades than others – even though they were in the same team and had similar individual assignments.
In addition, everyone will be graded in comparison to other students.
This becomes an issue whenever different professors teach
the various cohorts using different case studies and exams, too!

- very limited help in VISA, Rotation and accommodation
matters
The school does not provide accommodations at many campuses.
Except for pointing at jumpoffcampus.com and craigslist.com they do absolutely nothing to help students to find a room or apartment.
In locations such as Shanghai and Dubai it gets even worse as students are not able to
choose their roommates in the dorm-rooms. Consequently, couples may
get separated by sheer randomness in the room assignment process.

- questionable selection of students
They accept pretty much everyone who is willing to pay the
$66.000. According to rumors some students have been accepted with GMAT scores
of 400 and TOEFL scores of 70. For Students with language difficulties Hult offers English classes which, however,
are not mandatory.
Hult underlines the importance of team-work. Therefore students are assigned to groups of six.
Hereby, you can be lucky if you only have 1-2 free-riders on your team.
Nothing can be really done against free-riders
because Hult staff will simply argue that it is
your responsibility to make a dysfunctional team work.

The teamwork at times is so tedious and the schedules are so overloaded with assignments that no team ever does it as they are supposed to.

Instead by mid-term usually the team is broken
up into various individual assignments, or into assignments completed by two of team members.

In brief: The team work system of Hult is broken.
On a funny side-note: One of the students posted a video of
himself in transparent underwear on the offical Hult GPA facebook page!

:o )

- high cost for value
As already mentioned before, 66k+ accomodation is a lot of money.
In fact it is the most expensive program – given
the fact its duration is only one year. For a lump total sum of 100k Hult does not even provide free printing papers but instead charges up to 50
cents per page on color printers.

- piss-poor planning of schedules
With the arrival of the MIB cohort the Boston campus became awfully crowded.
Especially before presentations there is a severe lack of meeting and breakout rooms at the campus.
Also there are only two seminar rooms available
for the four cohorts (3x MBA + 1x MIB). In consequence, the schedules
of the cohorts are very fragmented. Typically, an average schedule might
look as follows:
Monday 8:30-9:50 Financial Management, Break, 16:00-19:00 Global Operations, Tuesday 8:30
– 11:30 International Marketing.

- no career perspective
Students are baited to Hult for great career opportunities.
Well let me break the news for you: Not going to happen!
Hult prides itself with the biggest post-MBA salary increase.
This is just a statistical exercise as about 80% of the students come from countries with very low-salaries (Mexico,
Peru, Columbia, Venezuela, China, India, etc.).
Furthermore, Hult also loves to point out its glorious past as ADL-school and its roots in consulting.
Do not bother to apply for consulting unless you have a Hult GPA above 3.8.
The best you can hope for is to get into Finance or Human
Resources. I’ve personally talked to various graduates
of 2012 who are still looking for a proper work and beat the time doing internships.

Conclusion: At Hult you are not a customer,
not even a product; you are a cow that will be milked!

Another one.

Dont pay that deposit amount! they’ll suck you in and before you know it you’ll be sitting in that classroom 50k plus thinking how
did i get into this mess, they trap students/customers.

no rumors regarding 400 gmat- it’s the truth,
well actually i know of a 380 in this batch. Its pure sales, some
recruiters are former grads who cant pay their loans back
and without a job and therefore end up doing their dirty work for this
for-profit company. Company not a bschool. Also heard that some
scored less than 300 gmat but sales found a way of admission,
these happen in june,july and even august as they
fill the classroom like air india do, all seats must
be taken. most horrible part is that these late comers get more scholarships than the real talent that
secured seats months in advance. there are
So many genuine mba programs out there, dont settle with these guys, you will regret this.
think very hard, it isnt a holiday and it shouldnt be treated like one.

this is about a rich learning exp with a very selective group not
a free for all as long as you can pay hult. i just downloaded a brochure and it would look
better in a travel agency, since EF Education owns hult then it makes total sense.
if you search for ef scam and hult scam in google
you’ll find the same old complaints, amazing what you can find but dont have to dig that hard any more.
i discovered this from another forum. Feel so sorry for
the talented ones in the batches over the
years as they could have done so much more with their
savings. They set these people with big dreams up to fail, like the person said above
this is about milking the cow. Its a scam.
I’m aware of hult alums that are livid with their recruiter but
really its the company they should pursue. If you are reading this and
you’ve already commited then i feel so bad for you. Better to walk away from
a deposit than have 66k around your neck,
. sure u could gain that loss in a valid financial aid package.
degree is worth 10k, no more. So many good mba schools out
there…
This entry was posted in GMAT, Hult Blog, Hult MBA review and tagged
global mba, Hult, hult international business school, mba on April 21, 2013.

students review on gmatclub.com

Here is the link. And from my own experience it is very true

As someone who studied with HULT I feel I should let people know that it’s true that
this school is a scam. I know someone who worked at HULT
who explained that sales-people/recruiters are under a lot of pressure to
recruit, otherwise they are fired – the result is
that they recruit anyone and the appalling, hire and fire,
corporate culture with no morals is ultimately why the school fails.

It sickens me that HULT paint themselves as philanthropists when the cash they donate for ‘the HULT prize’ is blatently used
for marketing. HULT is like it’s parent company – EF (Education First), they have an immoral way of operating, trying to
squeeze their customers as well as their staff for everything they’ve got, claiming charitable status and generally behaving
in a dishonerable manner.

I sincerely regret attending HULT and this has been compounded by seeing how this
morally corrupt organisation conducts itself.

On a positive note – I suppose they could improve but it would have to
start with changing the ethos from making as much money as possible without considering
quality, morals and how they treat both staff and students.

An MBA should be about learning about how to grow employees
and creating sustainable, ethical organisations etc.
It’s hard to hear this at the same time as studying at a morally bankrupt organisation.

Similar comments by another one.

HULT International Business School is a
complete scam… DO NOT be fooled by all these rankings they
like to toss around.

First off, HULT is just one division of a larger corporation called EF.
The HULT ‘campus’ is two floors of an office building.
There is no real campus.

Secondly, have you noticed that they charge unbelievably high tuition and yet accept students with unbelievably low GMAT scores?
This place is just a business itself, not a real school.

Also, there is no real admissions committee.

They will take anybody who can pay. The information sessions
held around the world are run by sales people whose sole job is to meet sales quotas and to ‘get’ more students.
Those sales people only happen to live in cities where HULT knows
it can find wealthy students who will pay large sums of money to attend
a ‘prestigious’ program overseas.

Notice that the publicity they have, online and in print, is all staged using such beautiful people, like
models. I don’t know any other business school that needs to make
publicity looking like a fancy magazine. Again, they are
trying to appeal to people who have money. Once they have your money, and then they do not deliver.
You are on your own.

This is not a prestigious program at all. Their workers are just that,
sales people and office workers with fancy titles. This is not an academic
program. I am very disappointed and recommend
you look elsewhere
This entry was posted in GMAT, Hult Blog, Hult MBA review
and tagged Hult, hult international business school, hult m on April 21, 2013.

Review by Hult student on pagalguy.com
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It is an old post which has been now burried by comments from Hult recruiters through some fake names claiming to
be current students. It was started by some unknown student from dubai campus who was
shattered to realize that whatever has been shown was fake and he and his fellow candidates
has been cheated badly. The link for the said page is here.

1. Career Services (Placement Cell) has not lived upto
anyones expectations. Hult Career services helps us by letting us know that we are on our own and expect no help from them.

The career services is just for show and they
will give you a lot of time as they are always in their offices instead of visiting executives and companies.

A lot many things can be written on Career Services but
its waste of time wasting money on a defunct service.

2. The admissions officers may be telling you all big stories of placements but the
fact is that only one or two have got a job while
studying at Hult Dubai and that too through their own connections.
The other 6 to 8 are either on study leave from their companies or have
their own businesses prior to joining Hult. So Hult claims in front of the students that they have placed 8.

In front of you students they must be saying a higher figure,
which is all crap.

In fact the whole staff oh Hult Dubai is Unprofessional including the Dean.

When you go to the dean with your queries, he will divert you and talk more of
Scuba Diving and trips to Oman etc. So basically the management control is missing and when
this happens in any organization, its a disaster.

In fact if you join Hult Dubai, you will be learning Management at the most unmanaged B School.

3. Facilities and infrastructure is mediocre. No Library (U need to
walk half a mile to the IMT library). The Classes are small.
Not enough Team rooms.
With abatch of 100 we are finding it tough to fit in.
Imagine they have planned for 150 or so next batch.

4. Academics:The faculty is excellent. You also get the option of choosing your exam modes,
postponing exams if you are underprepared and even not sitting for the exam and requesting a re-exam.
All things are possible here.

5. Level of Satisfaction: It frustrates me to answer this question.
Only consoling thing is that the Faculty is Excellent.
However, in Dubai they are present only during your 10 or
15 day class schedules and then return back to Boston or wherever
they work. So the constant source of mentoring is not available unless you want some mentoring for Scuba Diving and Gliding
etc. for which the Dean is readily available.

Besides the faculty part, we all are a dejected lot.
We are onto ourselves to make a career and we all think back to the day we made this horrific
decision.

Also beware of one fact that the Campus is not a Campus but ONE Floor
in one of the buildings in Dubai International Academic City.
So dont go by the pictures they show you, just remember its
ONE floor in ONE Building.

Also, remember to bargain as much as you can if in case you still
plan on taking admissions. There are many students here on full loans given
by college/school and have not paid a single money from their
pockets.

There have been students who did half the course without paying a single cent and went back realizing that they are wasting their time and money here after leaving their well paid jobs.

There may be many things promised to you before you join which will turn out to be false when you join and have paid
the money in full.

Now they have another tactic to entice you, the FT ranking.
So guys beware. Its not only your career at stake but all your life’s savings which these guys
will steal away from you with your consent.

Hult Boston is somewhat better with faculty available to mentor you.
There too its not the whole building and I cannot say about the career services but the fact is that US has been hit
hard so you may not get jobs / H1 Visas there. The admin ther eis somewhat
professional and the Dean does not do Scuba
Diving etc.

When we joined Hult Dubai, we had a Dean who resigned within 10 or 15 days.

He is now the Dean of SP Jain Dubai. And we got a Scuba Diver pulling us all
underwater to drown.

Be Careful, Observe, Listen, think, take feedback and
then decide to take the leap.
This entry was posted in GMAT, Hult Blog, Hult MBA review and tagged Hult, hult IBS, hult mba
review, pagalguy.com on April 21, 2013.

About this blog

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To start with i am an alumni of hult IBS. I am not any
of the below that Hult recruiter team will reply to
my posts with some fake name claiming to be one of the current enlightened student
of hult.

A student that was forced to drop out from the school due to poor academic performance
or failure to comply to the school’s rules on cheating
and plagiarism;
A detractor, that has never been to a B-School; or,
A disturbed candidate that is highly insecure and would blame his low life syndrome on external parties.

But the whole idea to start this blog is to bring all the past student of hult to
come on single platform and together we can offer what was not available when we
accepted to join hult; a true opinion on their doubts.

Unfortunately the web is too full of information and its getting really bad
with social marketeers serving their own interest. So let those valuable comments not
be lost in rubble of useless comments. And these with a hope that
Hult and EF education first will take some positive points from this blog and try to fix it so that we too can be proud of
our MBA college.

This entry was posted in GMAT, Hult MBA review and tagged boston, dubai, global mba,
Hult, hult international business school, london, mba, review on April 21, 2013.


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