Hult International Business School Employee Reviews

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Hult is an amazing place to work
Career Advisor (Former Employee) –  London29 June 2018
With a really strong and collaborative culture it will suit anyone with a "go get" attitude and the drive to work in a fast paced environment.

Top leadership is great however, mid-level leadership can be very hit and miss and there is not enough training opportunities or career development openings.
Pros
culture
Cons
mid level management
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3.0
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Good Short Term Job
INTERNATIONAL RECRUITMENT COORDINATOR (Former Employee) –  London, Greater London4 June 2018
extra hours were paid
a good team environment
training opportunities and growth
team culture
lots of events
management could be very nice but sometimes a bit out of touch
Pros
free food and events ocasionally
Cons
repetitive job
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5.0
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Fantastic culture of learning
Part time university lecturer (Current Employee) –  London27 April 2018
Impressive success of a Management School over the past decade. Have enjoyed the challenge of developing new lectures and keeping pace with business. Rewarding and satisfying.
Pros
Travel around the world
Cons
Long flights
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3.0
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An always changing company
Accounts Receivable Manager (Current Employee) –  London12 February 2018
You can't have a dull day at Hult because things are always changing. Students are the most important thing, therefore I really recommend studying there. As for working, the Senior management does not allow innovation unless it comes from them. Growing in this company is easy for some, difficult for others. Titles and degrees are important when it comes to salary review, not performance on the job.
Pros
a lot of events
Cons
salary not good
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Not applicaple
Employer Account and Business Development Manager (Former Employee) –  London5 January 2018
Not applicable - The purpose of this entry is because I wish to apply for work, I do not wish to take part in online survey about previous work experiences. Thank you.
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3.0
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Period of change
Manager (Former Employee) –  Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire3 December 2017
Supporting the delivery of world class executive education in such a beautiful setting as Ashridge is highly rewarding, however the culture following the recent operational merger has changed considerably. Once a place where staff felt valued and appreciated, morale now appears to be in general very low. Possibly due to the high degree of change currently being experienced, this may (hopefully) improve when the dust settles, and the benefits and efficiency of the changes can be seen.
Pros
Stunning environment, free lunches, gym membership
Cons
Too much expected of remaining staff following restructures and redundancies
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4.0
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amazing environment
Head (Current Employee) –  London12 October 2017
people who you work with are not only your colleagues, they are actually your friends. your colleagues as well as your costumers/clients/students are open-minded, and smart, and different, they love travelling like you.
Pros
bonuses/environment/travelling
Cons
salary/working hours/personal life
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Great Company Culture
Visas Coordinator (Current Employee) –  London12 August 2017
I was providing on-going, exceptional, front-line support and guidance to new students worldwide on the visa application process and issuing CAS. Liaising with the incoming students and providing the Visas & Compliance Services and Recruitment teams with regular reports on the status of applications.
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5.0
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Efficient
Residential Coordinator/Receptionist (Current Employee) –  London E126 May 2017
Working at Hult international business school accommodation, has encouraged me to learn and gain new skills in the work flied. Interacting with professors and students, assisting them to the right departments within the university.

Other duties including booking in new visitors into a suite or booking maintenance appointments for any defective issues that may occur in their rooms.

Organizing student and staff events withing the university premises as well as outside trips or sports activities.

I have gained to learn a high quality standard of customer service greeting and keeping up to my deadlines efficiently.
Pros
Updating quickbooks (finance), First Aid Course
Cons
N/a
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2.0
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Great Staff
Mentor (Former Employee) –  London, Greater London21 May 2017
Acting as a mentor for MBA's and MIB's, most of my interaction is with students. Students are very international and professional, the campus is really nice and up to date and the staff, in general, is nice.
Pros
Location
Cons
Young and Unknown
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Hult Business International School LTD
Regional Finance Manager (Former Employee) –  London, Dubai, Shanghai3 February 2017
Work/Life Balance not good
Management level correct
Workplace culture great
The hardest part of the Job work life balance
The most enjoyable part of work the work envioroment and the culture
Pros
wide open possibility
Cons
no work life balance
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culturellement impressionnant
Directeur assistant du recrutement des étudiants (Former Employee) –  London, ENG11 November 2015
j'ai eu l'occasion de travailler dans un open space de prêt de 100 personnes avec pas moi de 40 nationalités différentes. C'était donc enrichissant de pouvoir s'adapter et apprendre les méthodes de travail de collègues ayant un système de valeur différent du mien.
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5.0
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One year international MBA
MBA Candidate (Former Employee) –  London, ENG4 January 2014
Hult International Business School, formerly knows as Arthur D. Little School of Management.

Intense one year MBA focusing on creating ethical, business minded industry leaders.
Pros
Professors who are leaders in their field.
Cons
Long hours and work life balance.
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