|Main location||Hull, UK|
|Student life||Student's Union|
About The University of Hull
The University of Hull is a public research university in Kingston upon Hull, a city in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. The main university campus is located in Hull and is home to the Hull York Medical School, a joint initiative with the University of York. Students are served by Hull University Union. The University now has more than 16,000 students and around 2,500 employees, including more than 1,000 academic staff.
Faculty of Science and Engineering: It is composed of 3 schools: School of Engineering & Computer Science: Chemical Engineering, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, Medical & Biomedical Engineering, School of Environmental Sciences: Biological & Environmental Science, Geography & Geology, and School of Mathematics & Physical Sciences: Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics & Astrophysics.
Faculty of Arts, Culture & Education: Composed of 3 schools: School of Arts (it teaches Drama; English; Film & Digital Media; Music), School of Education & Social Sciences (it teaches Criminology; Education, Teaching & Childhood Studies; Sociology & Social Sciences; Social Work, Youth & Community Development), and School of Histories, Languages & Cultures (it teaches American Studies; History; Modern Languages & Cultures; Philosophy).
Faculty of Health Sciences: 3 schools: Hull York Medical School (Medicine students), School of Health & Social Work (it teaches Health, Nursing & Midwifery; Social Work, Youth & Community Development), and School of Life Sciences (it teaches Biomedical Sciences; Psychology; Sport, Health & Exercise Science).
Faculty of Business, Law & Politics: 2 schools: Hull University Business School (it teaches Accounting & Finance, Business & Management, Economics & Business Economics, Marketing, Logistics & Supply Chain Management), and School of Law & Politics (it teaches Law, Politics & International Relations).
Why choose the University of Hull?
More than 96% of the university students are in work or further study within six months of graduating, according to the Higher Education Statistics Agency. Many of the courses offer additional opportunities, such as a professional year in industry, structured work placements, or a year studying or working abroad. The academic staff provides you with the skills that employers really value – giving you a head start on your career journey.
PRE-SESSIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMMES
The University of Hull English Language Programme (UHELP) is designed for students who do not currently meet the English language requirements for their degree. You will focus on English for academic purposes as well as general language skills development. At the end of the course, you will have the skills you need to listen to lectures, participate in seminars, give presentations, write academic essays and communicate effectively.
FOUNDATION YEAR (ONCAMPUS)
ONCAMPUS Hull teach pre-university and first-year programmes leading to a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. These programmes are designed for international students who do not meet the requirements for direct entry to university study, and benefit from the support offered in preparing students for their undergraduate or postgraduate programmes.
Offered Foundation Programmes :
*Undergraduate Foundation Programme (UFP)
*International Year One (Engineering) (IY1)
*International Year One (Business) (IY1)
*Master's Foundation Programme (MFP)
The University of Hull's main student accommodation complex is The Lawns in the nearby village of Cottingham. It accommodates nearly 1,000 students across seven halls of residence: Ferens, Lambert, Nicholson, Morgan, Downs, Reckitt and Grant. Students from six of the halls rely on the communal Lawns Centre as a catering and social hub.