University of Hull
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- Hull, UK
- University type: Public
- Rank: 641
Program types Bachelor's degrees, Master's degrees, Top-up degrees
Programs total 183
Acceptance rates 22%
International Students 1935
Study abroad at the University of Hull
The University of Hull is a public research university founded in 1927, and is located in Hull, a city in the north east of England. The University is made up of four faculties: arts, cultures and education; business, law and politics; health sciences; and science and engineering.
Each faculty offers a wide range of programs at bachelor’s, master’s, PhD, and research degree levels. The University has research expertise in the areas of social justice, environmental technologies, and maritime history. Its research is also well known for developing liquid-crystal technology.
Their main campus contains three halls of residence, and rooms are guaranteed to all new students. There are a number of on-site facilities, including library, sports hall, fitness suite, restaurants, and study areas.
Why study at Hull University?
Nearly 96% of graduates were in employment or further study within six months of graduation
- Respected research
Hull was named in the top 50 UK institutions for research power (Times Higher Education)
Life as an international student
Students from over 100 countries call Hull University home. If you choose Hull you’ll be picked up from the airport and then attend an orientation, briefing and enrollment session shortly before the start of term.
The University offers a wide range of societies you can join to help you settle in to life in Hull. You can also join sports clubs, including basketball, netball, soccer, ice hockey, cricket, squash, and many others.
The city of Hull was the UK city of culture in 2017, and has loads to offer international students. The University has invested £9.5 million into turning its Middleton Hall into a world-class concert venue, and has a range of events going on throughout the year.
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Fees and funding
The University of Hull recognizes the significant investment – personal and financial – made by you in choosing to go to university. That’s why they offer a number of awards in appreciation of either your academic efforts or personal circumstances.
Standard tuition fees for international students are £14,000 per year for arts programs and £16,600 for science courses for 2019 entry – but substantial discounts and scholarships are available.
New international students paying standard tuition fees at Hull receive a discount of up to £3,500 per year.
- UG Scholarships for Arts programs £2,000 (one time)
- UG Scholarships for Science programs £2,500 (one time)
- PG Scholarships for Arts programs £2,500 (one time)
- PG Scholarships for Science programs £2,500 (one time)
- Business Management with Internship, MSc - £2,500
- Professional Accounting, MSc - £2,500
- MSc in all other HUBS (Business School) subjects - £2,500
- Physician Associate studies - £2,500
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University of Hull
Cottingham Rd, Hull HU6 7RX
Hull is part of the East Riding of Yorkshire, which means that this bustling city is a stone’s throw from some of Britain's loveliest countryside as well as expansive coastlines - the best of all worlds.
Visa requirements for University of Hull
Many international students will require a visa to study in the UK, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.UK student visa requirements