Full-or part-time, there's a way for you to be part of our ambitious academic community, led by inspiring, award-winning tutors. You'll also benefit from our strong industry links
With more than 100 courses (including 85 part-time options) and three amazing campuses, the only decision you’ll have to make is what to study.
What happens on the day?
You're invited to meet with Hult’s Enrollment Director in Geneva and learn more about our Postgraduate programs.
During this consultation, we will be available to take an in-depth look into your profile. The meeting will also give you an insight into how studying at Hult could fulfill your personal, academic and career goals. You will learn about our unique Global Campus Rotation program, application requirements, and upcoming application deadline and scholarship opportunities for our programs.
Appointments are available from 12:00 PM to 20:00 PM. Register below we'll be in touch shortly to confirm your appointment time.
Online learning is a way of studying for a high-quality, internationally recognised postgraduate qualification – including LLM, MPH, MSc, MVetSci, PgDip and PgCert – at your own pace and without needing to attend classes on campus.
Our Online Learning Open Day is a programme of online sessions that will help you find out all you need to know about studying online.
Sessions take a range of formats, from interactive presentations to online chat rooms and live question-and-answer sessions.
Programme of events
We are in the process of finalising our programme. Registration and the programme will go live shortly. Sessions will include:
Our Postgraduate Open Day or Evening gives you the opportunity to learn about our subjects and what it's really like to study at SOAS. You will be able to have one-to-one discussions with academics, current students and staff from across student services.
Postgraduate Open Day or Evening activities include:
What should I expect at an open day?
Throughout the course of the event, you will have the chance to:
Meet academic staff and get detailed information on courses and modules
Get one-to-one guidance about applying for a place
Speak to University of Westminster students