Depends on your needs, but I am generally satisfied with what I've seen so far. I am a student in San Francisco campus, and this is truly outstanding place to live and study. Since I am into tech entrepreneurship (startups etc..) this is probably the best place to be. Some impressions about first two months are:
- It is much different experience than the one I had back in Europe.
- School is highly innovative in terms of education, we all got iPads and their use in everyday work is more than embraced
- Faculty is generally nice, and most of professors are kind and ready to help you. I am currently working with one, and they are more than happy to write a recommendation for you (of course if you prove yourself)
- Studying with the students from 98 different countries is amazing, you don't get a chance to work in such a diverse environment every day.
Back to these comments up there:
Hult doesn't claim it is the best school out there, but it offers a lot. Especially if you want to experience studying in two or three different countries in one year. I think that MBA is generally in crisis, not just at Hult, there is less and less students because of the global economic crisis. This means that a selection process is not so strict and that's why these things happen. Ask people from other schools as well.
To sum up, I really enjoyed these two months and never regretted the decision to come here. It is a huge change in my life, and the fact that you have a business contacts everywhere in the world could be a huge game changer in such a competitive job market. Anyways, if you have any other questions I am on your service