Couldn't help commenting on this thread. I received numerous calls from their Dubai office (strangely not a single email) and briefly considered Hult for a time. Be fully aware of what the degree can and cannot do for you. Check the accreditation, the usefulness of the alumni network and how they found employment despite there being no career department. It seems that many of the students are older candidates and its possible that they rely on their pre MBA networks heavily. Hult being relatively young could also explain that but still, it's nice to know how the school tries to maintain its connections to the alumni.
If you are cool with what Hult has to offer then go ahead. Personally, I didn't see the value for money in Hult because career services is such a vital part of what makes an MBA so valuable. I still believe that an MBA from a top 50 like Smeal, a part time MBA at top 20, or a Masters in finance/analytics is a stronger degree to have than a Hult MBA. Value for money, si?
I agree that the biggest problem with Hult's reputation is the fact it is out there for 8 years only. It is really hard to strong alumni network in such period, even though school is doing it best to keep people in touch. They've built social network for alumni, Alumni annual conference is organized every year etc...
However, school is doing its best to overcome this shortcoming. Each of the campuses (as far as I know) has a career services deparment, and they work hard to increase visibility of school and its students. Not an easy task, but taking in regard SF campus where I study, they are doing pretty well.
It is a hard decision. And when I came here I was lucky enough that lots of my friends from AIESEC knew about Hult. But the experience is unforgettable and I don't regret the decision to come here. On contrary, this has been an amazing learning and transformational experience. Ocassionaly I blog at mystudiesathult dot com, and I ll probably throw a couple of words regarding this problem soon.