Hult International Business School Employee Reviews

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Drink the Kool-Aid or Bye Bye
Student Services & Events Coordinator (Former Employee) –  Cambridge, MAMarch 26, 2018
Hult is an interesting place where turnover is abundant on both sales and campus teams. Management doesn't seem to care about the hemorrhaging of talent and expects teams that were cut in half to perform at almost double the workload as student population continues to grow. Along with not agreeing so much with my manager, I chose to left because I personally no longer felt that I could support an organization that felt like it was more so there to make money rather than educate the next generation of leaders. There are benefits and I think some people drink the Kool-Aid, but not for me.
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Intelligent and Impressive Students, Staff and Faculty at Hult
Registrar - Post Graduate Programs (Current Employee) –  San Francisco, CAMarch 13, 2018
Students, faculty and staff make working for low pay and long hours bearable. There is only upward mobility if you know the higher ups and live in Boston or London.
Pros
Some of the hardest workers I have ever had the pleasure to wok with
Cons
Low salary and benefits
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not the best place to work
Enrollment (Current Employee) –  Cambridge, MAFebruary 26, 2018
- not much room for growth unless they know they can take advantage of your visa status. too much politics to keep up with. coworkers are good though.
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High expectation and demand, low pay
Recruitment Coordinator (Former Employee) –  Miami, FLJanuary 24, 2018
At the time it was alot of cold calling. the hardest part is relating to students from other countries looking to go to college to a school you have very likely not attended. High demand for interviews and Directors pressure of high quality students to make sure they attend the school gets placed to you. One would do most of the recruiting for a director to basically just say the student can attend the school. Very tedious compared to the directors and pay was in particular location was always undermined.
Cons
low pay
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Perfect your speech, that's it - no knowledge required.
Enrollment Advisor (Former Employee) –  Cambridge, MAOctober 30, 2017
Part time job. Bar in the building. Perfect if you have other things going on your life, not a real job. You do not need to know anything about Hult or about business school in general, doesn't that seem odd? All you need to do is perfect the perfect speech to be able to do well here.
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Its a good place to study but not work
Project Coordinator (Current Employee) –  Boston, MAOctober 13, 2017
the atmosphere is good, the management is fine, job advancement is not good at all. You are replaceable they follow that work flow model which is quite risky.
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Good environment for building your career
Salesforce Administrator/ Support Coordinator (Former Employee) –  LondonOctober 12, 2017
The company provides you with a good environment for building your career in friendly atmosphere.
It was my pleasure to work at Chelsea London's office.
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Great place to learn and grow
Comparative Financial Systems Teacher Assistant (Former Employee) –  1 Education St, Cambridge, MA 02141, USAOctober 10, 2017
Working as a Teacher's Assistant was a great experience. though there was a lot of work to be done , I got to review a lot of material. This job gave me an opportunity of viewing other people ( international students opinions an perspectives in relation to certain topics).
Pros
Review material
Cons
sometimes it's a lot of work
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“How Does Restriction Affect a Country’s Economy?”
POSTGRADUATE RESEARCH PROJECT (Former Employee) –  Cambridge, MASeptember 29, 2017
The goal was to identify how restrictions can undermine the overall financial system by comparing countries with and without a restriction.

• Highlighted major drawbacks of the restriction that was imposed by one country and compared to one without the restriction.
• Focused on the side effects of the restriction by providing examples both quantitatively and graphically.
• Provided insightful suggestions in order to solve the issues and improve the financial system.
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Very Diverse
Professor of Practice (Former Employee) –  San Francisco, CAAugust 17, 2017
Hult is extremely diverse and offers incredible opportunities to meet and work with people from around the world. The entire team is very motivated and eager to deliver value.
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Fun perks, vacation days and medical insurance
Application Coordinator (Former Employee) –  UAEJune 13, 2017
Good company to start a career. I love the diversity of the employees, fun people to work with regardless of the cultural background. The opportunity to travel to different offices in US, UK, AE or Shanghai for a training is another plus.
Pros
Diversity, travel opportunities, vacation days and good medical insurance
Cons
Not many opportunities to move up. Your passport matters.
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Enrollment Coordinator
Enrollment Coordinator (Current Employee) –  Miami, FLJune 13, 2017
I worked as Enrollment Coordinator for 7 months. They basically give you two days of training. After that they give you a list of people to call, depending on what country youve been assigned to. However, its up to you to sell the program, doesnt matter if the country (like venezuela) is facing hardships; you have to sell it. Co-workers are awesome. Its fast-paced and individual achievements are not recognized. The manager is manipulative and easily picks favorites. You are not paid enough for what you do. As there are always deadlines and everything unorganized. You work more than youre paid and no opportunity for growth. If you work monday-friday (and sometimes you work saturdays to make deadlines) you will make $1400 after taxes, $700 every 2 weeks. For people just wanting a minor side job, its good.
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sometimes you get paid lunch
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Great opportunities
Program Manager (Former Employee) –  BostonApril 30, 2017
Working at the school required a high level of energy. Every day there is a new crisis to deal with but it can be exciting. However, there is very little job security and constant changes to adapt to.
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Latam
Enrollment Coordinator (Current Employee) –  Coconut Grove, FLApril 4, 2017
Awesome place to work at, I love it, its about enrollment coordinator and getting people to do their masters program in the unite states, mostly people from latin america and the Caribbean
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Excellent place to learn
Student (Former Employee) –  Boston, MAMarch 11, 2017
I had a great time learning marketing during my 'Master of International Marketing' program at Hult International Business School. It is a wonderful place that provides learning through experience and practical knowledge. It has state of the art facilities and it is a truly diverse place in terms of student diversity and the faculty's global nature.
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You get what you give, usually.
Director of Recruitment (Current Employee) –  Cambridge, MAJanuary 24, 2017
If you work hard and have a positive, flexible attitude good things will usually come your way.

Org is in cost-saving mode and human capital is least of anyone's concern at the moment.

Overall, learned a ton and wouldn't trade it for anything.
Pros
USA locations - amazing health benefits
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Productive
Global Brand Ambassador (Current Employee) –  Cambridge, MAJanuary 17, 2017
"Plenty of opportunities to travel/relocate"

"Highly engaged and extremely collaborative work environment"

Great place to start your career and learn in an international environment as you will be working with people all over the world.
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Growing Company
Campus Technology Facilitator (Current Employee) –  Boston, MADecember 19, 2016
I was taking care of growing Sales with a team.
Was meeting client face to face, negotiating, building Customer Relationship which in turn generates revenue for the organization.
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Engaging with a high volume of potential new students
Enrollment Advisor (Current Employee) –  Cambridge, MAMay 14, 2016
Open work space, no cubicles, very friendly and energetic. The managers are incredibly responsive and helpful as well. I feel confident representing the school, whose goal is to create more globally aware business people by offering opportunities to travel and create a wide international network without interrupting one's education. There is constant growth at the company.
Pros
Flexible work hours, open environment, fun atmosphere
Cons
Low wages
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Everyday demanding sales structure.
Business Development Coordinator (Current Employee) –  Miami, FLSeptember 23, 2015
Hult is a non-traditional school in my point of view. There are various benefits in the curriculum and program benefits that make me believe the school has such great potential.
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