Alex Hult

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Alexander Hult
Born 1975
Malmö, Sweden
Citizenship Sweden
Occupation Co-Chairman
Spouse(s) Davina Hult

Alexander Hult (Alex), born 1975, is the co-Chairman of EF Education First, a privately held international education organization founded by his father, Bertil Hult.[1] Together with his older brother, Philip Hult, Alex Hult oversees the strategy and operations of EF’s 15 business units, which specialize in language training, educational travel, academic degrees, and cultural exchange.[2]

Prior to working at EF, Alex Hult owned and operated Hotel Attaché, a business hotel in Stockholm.[3]


  1. ^ "Our History". Retrieved 2017-05-17. 
  2. ^ "Founder Bertil Hult sees EF Education First breaking down global barriers - The Boston Globe". 
  3. ^ Mellqvist, Gabriel. "EF - Klanen Talar Klarsprak", Dagens Industri: Di Dimension. Issue 10, December, 13, 2012. pp 26-33.