The University of Hull was founded in 1927 – originally as University College Hull. The foundation stone was laid the following year by the Duke of York (later King George VI, of The King's Speech fame) and we opened for business with 39 students and 14 ‘one-man’ departments.
In November 2019 the University announced its ambition to become Carbon Neutral by 2027.
The University of Hull offers support and opportunities to help students reach their full potential and aims to create outstanding graduates to help solve critical, complex, global challenges.
Hull seeks to make a real difference to the next generation of learners with work placements in schools and other educational settings – including the chance to study or undertake a placement abroad.
It is possible to take a foundation year through ONCAMPUS to boost your skills and knowledge if you don't quite meet our academic entry requirements.
The seven research institutes work tirelessly to find solutions to some of the biggest challenges facing the world today.
The expert careers team are right by your side to help you take the next step of your career journey. Hull will give you advice and training on careers, entrepreneurship and study abroad that will equip you to step into your future.
The University will help you explore your options, find the right place for your skills and make a move into a career you will love. You'll learn from experts about applying for jobs, preparing for interviews and impressing future employers.The Student Futures team at the University of Hull will help you to develop the skills, experience and confidence you will need to give you a head start in your career.
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Each of our students are allocated a Personal Supervisor to meet throughout the year who give academic advice and are your first point of contact for feedback and guidance. Whilst our Student Services Team provide advice on matters like health and wellbeing, visas and immigration, money and learning support – ensuring you get the most out of everything the university has to offer.
Westfield Court is the newest and most exciting development on campus specifically designed for student life. With contemporary living and social spaces and a wide range of accommodation options, Hull’s single-site campus has everything you need to complete your student experience.
The University of Hull provides access to a wide range of electronic resources helping you to trace books and articles, track down internet resources and view the full text of journal articles from your own device. Most of the resources can be found in, and accessed from the Library Catalogue. The Library Catalogue also includes many valuable resources and archives.
The Service Desk is your first point of call for all University ICT queries. They provide friendly and helpful support and advice on ICT account access, printing and scanning, connecting to WiFi, accessing email, software provision, file storage, remote working and information security.
Be inspired by our campus and the city of Hull before you even arrive by taking our 360-degree virtual tour on our website. Check out our beautiful listed buildings, find out where you'll be working and playing, and see what £300 million of investment in our campus has bought. Pack a bag, because you might want to set straight off when you’re finished.
Hull has enhanced the sports facilities as part of a £300-million investment into the campus. The development included the Allam Sports Centre complete with an eight-court sports hall, 120-station fitness suite, floodlit pitch and pitchside changing rooms.
The facilities aren't restricted to students and staff; they're open to everyone. Whether you’re looking for serious training or recreation, fitness classes or sports clubs, we've got something for all abilities and levels of fitness.
The societies represent a wide range of interests, from extra-curricular to political, from religion to activism to the whacky and wonderful, and everything in between. There’s likely to be something you like the look of.
My overall study as an international student quite hard when it came to the discussion in MA class. However, I can do it as much as I can to try my best on every class I attended. Life in the university was easy because the facilities they provide are full as well as the resources for studying.
My at my current university is a average. I need to study in the Uk
The University offers big help and guidance, as one of the students I feel very suported. The modules are taught very professionally and everything is well organised.
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