Hult International Business School is a private business school with campuses in London, San Francisco, Dubai, Boston, New York City, and Shanghai. Hult, named for the school's benefactor Bertil Hult, is the successor of an American institution, the Arthur D. Little School of Management, founded in 1964 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and of a British institution, the Ashridge Business School, founded in 1959 in Hertfordshire, England.
Hult holds the prestigious Triple Crown accreditation from the three largest and most influential business school accreditation associations (AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS), held by less than 1% of business schools worldwide, making Hult the only American business school to hold triple accreditation. Hult offers undergraduate, master's, and MBA degree programs, as well as executive education through the Ashridge Executive Education, housed on the Ashridge Estate, north of London.
The school is patron to the Hult Prize, the world's largest student competition for social good, which is held in collaboration with the United Nations Foundation and former U.S Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.
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