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University of Hull

The University of Hull is an academic institution that offers more than 2,000 courses to over 18,000 students and operates six powerful faculties on its two campuses.

In the year 2019, it occupied a gallant position on the list of the world’s top 500 most reputable universities and has an academic portfolio consisting of 50 disciplines in Health Science, Arts, Cultures & Education, Business, Law & Politics, Science, and Engineering.

If you wish to enroll in this prestigious university, you are required to either apply via the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) or through the admission office of the school.

The application requirements include your previously acquired qualifications from secondary/high school, plus additional qualifications related to the desired course of study (see the university website to view the various courses and their requirements).

You are also required to provide a written document detailing the reason why you choose to study your preferred course, along with a referral from either a teacher or an academic member.

Without these required documents attached to your admission materials, you will not be considered for admission.

Postgraduates Study

The University of Hull offers a range of postgraduate courses to students who wish to obtain a Master’s degree from the institution. Some of the courses include:

  • MSc in Accounting and Finance
  • MSc in Computer Science
  • MSc in Chemistry
  • MSc in Advertising and Marketing
  • MSc in Biochemistry
  • MA in Digital Media
  • MSc in Biomedical Sciences
  • MSc in Business Management
  • MSc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • MSc in Cancer Rehabilitation
  • MSc in Cardiovascular Rehabilitation

MSc in Health Studies

  • MSc in Clinical Anatomy
  • And hundreds more.

The mode of application slightly differs from the previously mentioned enrollment method. It requires you to fill an online form (takes 10-15 minutes), and upload the relevant documents via a postgraduate account on the school’s enrollment platform.

Once the application has been submitted, an email acknowledgment will be sent to you, after which the admission team will write back to you when they have thoroughly examined your application.

Student Life at the University of Hull

The Hull University Union is majorly responsible for providing fun events, sports, entertainment, and catering services to the students at the University. It is an organization that comprises of more than 100 student societies, and also operates as a centre for charity and voluntary services.

Night-time is equally entertaining at the university thanks to the student union building which comprises several bars, an on-site night club, and a catering outlet. The building also houses a book shop, a generic shop, and an advice centre.

As for daily news updates, the school has a newspaper called “The Hullfire”, a student radio channel called “Hullfire Audio” and an online television station named “Hullfire TV”.

Scholarships

Below are a few of the scholarship awards available to both students with outstanding academic performance or a low monthly income.

  1. Studentship

Students with a household income of less than £25,000, will be given a scholarship award worth £1,000 to enable them to pay their tuition fees and meet other expenses.

The award will be paid in the first year of the degree programme in the form of either cash, tuition waiver, accommodation discount, or a combination of all.

How To Apply:

No need to apply. You automatically receive the scholarship when you share your monthly household income with the student finance England.

  1. Merit Scholarship

Undergraduate students in their first year of study who have achieved 120 UCAS Tariff points from three A Level courses will be awarded a scholarship worth £2,000.

How To Apply:

You automatically receive the scholarship when you achieve 120 UCAS Tariff points from three A-Level courses.

  1. Graduate Studentship

The University of Hull will award a £1,000 scholarship to graduate students who transitioned into their Postgraduate programme after obtaining an undergraduate degree in the University.

The students will receive the scholarship award in addition to the international student scheme discount.

How To Apply:

The award is automatically given to the student immediately after he successfully commences his postgraduate study after rounding off his undergraduate programme.

  1. Armed Forces Bereavement Scholarship Scheme

This scholarship award aims to enable the children of deceased military officials obtain an undergraduate degree by providing them with a maintenance grant up to £4,950 and a stipend up to £9,250 for tuition fees.

How To Apply:

Visit the scholarship page to download the application form, then submit the completed form to the Ministry Of Defense.

  1. China Scholarship Council PhD Scholarships

Due to the lasting partnership, the University of Hull has with the China Scholarship Programme. It has successfully organized a scholarship programme for Chinese students to enable them to study a full-time PhD programme at the University.

How To Apply:

To maintain the accuracy of the lengthy application process, we recommend you visit the scholarship website to learn more.

Finally, education is a vital aspect of the development process of an individual and society as a whole. The University of Hull is not only a suitable place to obtain this education, but also one to network with people who have a passion for societal development.