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University of Hull

Location:
Hull, Scarborough

Main Campus:
Hull

Student Population:
23000

Website details:
http://www2.hull.ac.uk/

Faculties:
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Health and Social Care, Faculty of Science, Hull York Medical School, Postgraduate Medical Institute, Business School

 

Why Choose the University of Hull?

Founded in 1927 and receiving its Royal Charter in 1954 the University of Hull is a traditional yet friendly university that puts its students at the heart of everything it does. It strives to create the best learning environment for students and is determined to provide the best student experience. Its research is internationally renowned and its teaching is world-class.

 

Teaching Quality

The University is one of the UK’s finest teaching universities, regularly featuring at the top end of national teaching quality league tables.

  • In the most recent Quality Assurance Agency institutional review (2009), the University of Hull achieved the highest rating possible. The review acknowledged the excellence of the University's provision, expressing broad confidence in both the quality of its courses and management of academic standards.
  • The Sunday Times reported that official assessments of teaching highlighted 20 centres of excellence, with six subjects – music, history, English, politics and international studies, law and geography – rated as world-class.
  • In addition, The Guardian's University League Table consistently places Hull among England's top higher education institutions for teaching, and The Times's Good University Guide has stated that almost two-thirds of the University’s full time students achieve a first or upper second class degree.
  • As a progressive university, Hull is constantly improving its teaching resources: recent developments include new digital arts laboratories, music studios, chemistry labs and nursing training wards.
  • At Hull staff seek to remain accessible and supportive, and provide exceptional levels of individual teaching attention.
  • The Education Guardian ranked Hull in the national top 10 for the clarity, detail and promptness of the feedback that its lecturers and tutors provide to their students.

 

Research Quality

The University of Hull has a distinguished tradition of innovation and internationally recognised research.

  • Two discoveries at Hull are featured in the Eureka UK’s list of ‘100 discoveries and developments in UK universities that have changed the world’. These are the production of the first viable liquid-crystal technology and the development of a revolutionary bone density scanner for detecting osteoporosis.
  • In the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 80% of the University’s research was deemed to be of international standards in terms of originality, significance and rigour.
  • The University ranked particularly well in the areas of Allied Health Professions and Studies, History, English, Politics, Law and Geography.

 

International

The University of Hull welcomes students from all over the world to join its diverse and vibrant community.

  • Every year nearly 2,000 international students come to study at the University.
  • The University offers English language teaching for students who wish to improve their level of English proficiency.
  • The University places great emphasis on serving the needs of its international students, both academically and pastorally.
  • In the 2011 International Student Barometer 89.1% of international students were satisfied or very satisfied with their overall learning experience at Hull. In particular the careers service, work experience and employability scored highly.
  • International Partnerships are an important aspect of the University's relationships. The University has a range of international relationships with partner institutions. The University also engages in joint research projects and post graduate delivery.

 

Student Satisfaction

The University of Hull takes pride in providing a learning experience that is consistently ranked highly by students.

  • In the National Student Survey 2011 Hull received an overall score of 89% for student satisfaction, a 2% improvement on the previous year. This compares to an overall national average of 83%.
  • This score places the University joint 8th out of the mainstream English Higher Education institutions.
  • Of the University’s 31 subject areas, 27 scored 80% or above, with 16 of these scoring 90% or more.
  • Additionally 92% of Hull students praised Hull’s lecturers’ ability to explain things, and 91% commended staff’s enthusiasm for their subjects.

 

Employable Graduates

The University not only provides an excellent education but also experience that helps students find employment once their graduate.

  • 91% of graduates either went into employment and/or further study.
  • Every year the Guardian's University League Tables places Hull among the nation's top universities for graduate job prospects.
  • The Times's Good University Guide consistently reports that over half of Hull’s students advance to ‘graduate' destinations - a graduate job, a graduate fast-track programme or further study.
  • The University is favourably ranked in the national top for industrial connections in national sources like the Times Higher Education Supplement's Student Experience Survey.

 

Variety of Courses

The University of Hull offers a broad range of degree programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.

  • The University offers 2201 courses a year, from the very latest disciplines to well-established traditional subjects, as well as almost 400 adult education modules.
  • At undergraduate level students can choose from a range of traditional and modern disciplines within a flexible module system.
  • Hull offers a wide variety of taught higher degrees and many opportunities for research at Masters and PhD level.

 

Location

The main University campus lies in the city of Hull in the North East of England. Hull is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city on the waterfront that has a strong maritime history. In the city centre there is plenty on offer for students. The £200 million St Stephen’s development in the heart of city is a shopper’s dream filled with all the most popular high-street shops. Savile Street is where the designer names can be found and in the Hepworth’s Arcade more eclectic tastes are catered for. Students can wander around the Old Town and visit its relaxed cafes, traditional pubs and award winning Museums Quarter. For night time entertainment students can party at a variety of different clubs, watch a play at the acclaimed Hull Truck Theatre or visit one of the four cinema complexes. The campus lies in a leafy suburb of Newland in the north of the city and is the perfect place for students to both study and relax. Newland Avenue and Princes Avenue form the heart of a thriving bohemian quarter with plenty of cafes, bars, restaurants and other amenities.

The University also has a campus in the seaside town of Scarborough on the Yorkshire coast. The campus itself is located on a hill overlooking the South Bay, the castle and the harbour, with the North York Moors in the distance. The clean, sandy beaches and the busy Brunswick shopping centre are only minutes apart and are linked by the famous funicular cliff lifts. Scarborough has all the high street names along with many independent stores that give the town a unique feel. The town has many bars, pubs and clubs for evening entertainment and there is a lively local music scene. Alternatively students can attend a show at the Stephen Jones Theatre, the Futurist Theatre or the Spa Complex (which also has its own orchestra). Several festivals run throughout the year in Scarborough. For those seeking a little more action, students can learn a new water sport, from sea canoeing to windsurfing.

Both Hull and Scarborough are blessed to be surrounded by beautiful English countryside that can be easily accessed. East Riding of Yorkshire has some of the Britain’s most striking scenery, with open plains, rugged coastlines and rolling hills. For those in Scarborough the North York Moors National Park is just to the north of the town which contains scenes of breathtaking heather clad landscapes. Both Hull and Scarborough are near picturesque county towns such as historic Beverley with its cobbled streets and Gothic Minster which inspired Westminster Abbey.

For those wishing to travel a bit further afield, London can be reached in around 2 ½ hours and York and Leeds lay roughly an hours drive away.

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