Hult International Business School

Bachelor of Business Administration with Major in Marketing

"Top 20 Best International Business Schools" (Bloomberg, 2016)

Studied in London, Boston, Shanghai, and San Francisco campuses

Marketing Major GPA: 4.0 / 4.0

Major Topics

  • Brand Management

  • Market Research & Consumer Behavior

  • Marketing Planning & Strategy

  • Digital & Social Media Marketing

  • Luxury Marketing

  • Managing Customer Experiences

  • Neuro-Marketing

Global Management courses

Global Culture & Business

In this course we used aspects of cultural anthropology and sociology to understand global culture and how that relates to the world of business. We explored how understanding culture can help businesses develop effective global teams, negotiate with partners for mutual gain, identify emerging market trends and reach customers globally.

Global Strategy

The first part of the course discusses motivations and models for global expansion. After reviewing the concept and impact of globalization on company performance, we looked into the motivations for globalization and how a company exploits its home base or the world for advantage and superior performance. In parallel, we explored the process of internationalization, recognize its many challenges and the specific choices available to management to overcome such challenges, and how these have evolved over time.

The second part of the course focuses on company-level strategy and related organizational capabilities. First, we examined how firms may shape different global business models. We then considered the choices posed by global integration, local adaptation and worldwide learning and how these choices impact local and global performance. We ended with the topic of innovation in multinational companies, in particular by observing the added value of global innovation.


Istituto Salesiano Villa Sora

Liceo Scientifico

Focus on Italian, Latin, and English languages, Mathematics and Science, and History, and Philosophy.


  • Arithmetic and Algebra

  • Geometry

  • Relations and Functions

  • Statistics and Probability

  • Arithmetic: integer, rational and real numbers; algebra, polynomials, algebraic equations of first and second-degree, inequalities, simultaneous equations

  • Functions: Linear functions f(x)=ax+b, quadratic functions f(x)=ax2+bx+c, f(x)=|x|, and f(x)=a/x

  • Euclidean geometry and Cartesian plane geometry: geometric transformations in the plane, circles, circumference, and π (pi), introduction to trigonometric functions and to vectors

  • Descriptive statistics: average values, variance, standard deviation

  • Classic probability, probability theorems

  • Analytic geometry

  • Conics

  • Spatial geometry: planes, lines, polyhedra, pyramids, solids of rotation (cylinder, cone, sphere), areas and volumes of elementary solids

  • Trigonometry: triangles, law of sines and law of cosines law

  • Trigonometric functions: trigonometric equations and inequalities

  • Exponential functions: exponential equations and inequalities

  • Logarithmic functions, e (base of natural logarithms), logarithmic equations and inequalities

  • Arithmetic and geometric sequences and series

  • Mathematical induction

  • Complex numbers: algebraic, geometric and trigonometric forms and representations; sums, products, and quotients; complex solutions of quadratic equations

  • Combinatorics

  • Statistics: regression and correlation

  • Conditional probability, Bayes’ theorem

  • Limit of a series

  • Functions

  • Limits: finite or infinite limits, limits of sums, products, quotients or composite functions, asymptotes

  • Continuity on an interval

  • Differentiation: numerical derivatives; the derivatives of common functions; derivatives of sums, products, quotients, and composite functions; applications of derivatives; the relationship between differentiability and continuity; the fundamental theorems of differential calculus; maxima and minima

  • Integration: integration on an interval, the relationship between the definite integral and the area under a curve, the antiderivative of a function, applications of definite integrals

  • Differential equations and applications, particularly in physics

  • Analytic spatial geometry: coordinates, equations of planes, lines, spheres

  • Probability: discrete and continuous random variables, probability distributions (Bernoulli, Poisson, normal), variance, standard deviation