About the University
The University of Hull is a research university located in the northern port city of Hull.
The university ranks 60th in the UK in the 2021 Times and Sunday Times University Rankings and has a TEF Silver Award.
It offers a range of courses in both the arts, humanities and sciences, and has an especially strong reputation for its Medical School and Business School.
Times Higher Education Rankings
Guardian Academic Rankings
The university has three main halls of residence on campus. Taylor Court offers en-suite rooms with shared kitchens in the heart of campus. The Courtyard is situated next to the Students' Union and offers en-suite rooms as well as some rooftop apartments. Westfield Court is located at the former medical school and houses the majority of students. It has a mixture of single and shared flats.
A range of specialist facilities sit alongside state-of-the-art teaching and learning spaces. This includes the Hull York Medical School, the Wilberforce Institute, a Maritime Historical Studies Centre and the Confucius Institute.
There are also gym and sports facilities for student use on-campus.
Hull is a vibrant port city in the north of England and home to a breadth of independent businesses, cafes, shops, bars and clubs. Renowned for its music scene and annual festivals, students are part of a thriving local community.
Hull University Students' Union is the main provider of student catering, services and entertainment on campus. With over 100 societies as well as a volunteering and charity hub, as well as 50 sports clubs, there's plenty to get involved in!
John Prescott (politician), Roger McGough (politician), Rosie Millard (journalist), Christine Loh (politician), Monika Kinley (art dealer)