Nigeria

Hello and welcome!

We're one of the country's oldest universities, and we've come a long way in our 90 years. The University of Hull is a vibrant institution – a blend of English tradition and cutting-edge technology.

We're among the UK's top 10 universities for graduate employability.

We nurture communities and we put our students (drawn from more than 100 countries) at the heart of everything we do.

Find out what qualifications you need to apply to study with us. Learn more about paying fees and discover where you can meet us in your country.

Nigerian students on life in Hull

Nigerian students currently studying at University of Hull

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Entry requirements

  • Undergraduate

    We're currently confirming our 2018 undergraduate entry requirements and will publish them soon.

    In the meantime, please get in touch by emailing global@hull.ac.uk or call +44 (0)1482 462190.

    Don't quite meet the requirements? Don't worry - we review every application on an individual basis. Email global@hull.ac.uk to find out more. You may also be interested in our degree preparation course, ONCAMPUS.

  • Postgraduate Taught

    The majority of our taught Masters programmes require that you hold a qualification equivalent to a lower second-class Bachelor Honours (or 2.2). Please check our course pages for specific entry requirements.

    We generally consider a Bachelors degree awarded by a nationally recognised higher education institution in Nigeria to be comparable to a UK Bachelor Honours degree.

    In the meantime, please get in touch by emailing global@hull.ac.uk or call +44 (0)1482 462190.

    Don't quite meet the requirements? Don't worry - we review every application on an individual basis. Email global@hull.ac.uk.

  • Postgraduate Research

    Check course listings for specific entry requirements. Please get in touch if you have any questions. Remember, we judge each application on an individual basis.

If your first language is not English, or you require a Tier 4 student visa to study, you will be required to provide evidence of your English language proficiency level. Find out more.

Visits

Fee Romein

Fee Romein, the University of Hull International Development Manager, travels regularly to Nigeria to meet students. Email her at global@hull.ac.uk to find out more.

"My time at Hull has helped me learn a lot and given me new experiences. I will use all the knowledge and experience I have gained to develop myself; I will also apply it in the future, my career and to develop society."

Taiwo Akinola, MRes Chemistry

"I believe my time at Hull has provided me with a better and in-depth knowledge of Law and I have broadened my knowledge in other areas too as I have got involved in many different things."

Sotochi Ekeocha, LLB Law

"The department has taught me life skills and the ability to positively influence those around me; I feel positive about my future career prospects as a result of this."

Ayodeji Adeniran, MBA General Management
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"I chose to study a Research Master’s in Chemistry because I have always had the passion for research. The course provides the necessary knowledge to be able to carry out research and further my future career prospects. The Chemistry Department is quite the place to gain more knowledge as the people are willing to put you through your paces to further your academic work.

"The University organised student events have been some of the highlights of my time here at Hull. It has provided an insight into many things, particularly life in the UK. Living in the UK is quite interesting, since I come from a different cultural background. I have also volunteered as a Student Ambassador, which has enhanced my skills.

"My time at Hull has helped me learn a lot and given me new experiences. I will use all the knowledge and experience I have gained to develop myself; I will also apply it in the future, my career and to develop society.

"My greatest moments from my time at Hull are:

  1. Hull Fair – a great event in Hull.
  2. St. Stephen’s Shopping Centre Student Invasion event.
  3. Arrival Day, a welcoming arrival to the university."

"I chose to study Law as I personally love to talk to people in need of my help. In relation to my career, Law is a great path to pursue in order to defend and relate to different people. Law is a broad course that will allow me to go into other careers if necessary.

"While the course is challenging, I also find it very interesting because of how broad the subject area is and the opportunity I have to take different courses in it. The department is very friendly and well-detailed.

"I have joined the Afro-Caribbean Society and had opportunities to increase my career prospects by becoming a Student Ambassador. I have also been able to work alongside others from different backgrounds.

"It is lovely living in Hull. Coming from Nigeria to Hull, which I was not familiar with, I fit in quite perfectly. The town is amazing, peaceful, cheap and friendly.

"I believe my time at Hull has provided me with a better and in-depth knowledge of Law and I have broadened my knowledge in other areas too as I have got involved in many different things. After University, I plan to go to Law School in Nigeria, then pursue my Master’s degree.

"My greatest moments from my time at Hull are:

  1. Meeting people from different cultures and backgrounds, it’s a great experience.
  2. Participating in the Open Day for the Law School at Hull.
  3. Working with Primary Schools."

"I chose the General Management MBA because I wanted to expand the knowledge I already have doing Business. Initially, I found my course challenging as I have a legal background, but as time went by I became more familiar with what the course entailed. The department has taught me life skills and the ability to positively influence those around me; I feel positive about my future career prospects as a result of this.

"I have enjoyed my time at Hull as the events held by the University and the city are great. It was also good to meet other students and socialise with them. Hull is a very cosmopolitan city. There are a lot of people from various places and that keeps its international profile.

"I volunteer as a Resident Assistant in Taylor Court, where I ensure the well-being of other residents, which has allowed me to develop my skills. After university, I intend to pursue an internship, which will give me more experience! This will help me gain full employment in the future.

"My greatest moments from my time at Hull are:

  1. The Welcome Fest – a great way to meet friends and learn your way around the University!
  2. Hull Fair - a great event in Hull to go to!
  3. Socialising with friends, new and old."

Agents

If you need help with any stage of the application process, contact us.

We work with agents in your home country to help you find the perfect course, arrange your visa and apply to study at the University of Hull.

Agents
B&S Education Services Abuja Send an email +2348065442707 or 08025007333 Website
British Canadian International Education Ltd Abuja Send an email 00234 9461 4900 / 00234 9347 8930 Website
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Nubi Education Counselling Ltd Abuja Send an email 234 (81) 6976 7703 Website
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UKEAS Worldwide Ltd Abuja Send an email +234 (0) 9-2906508 Website
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Fees

  • Undergraduate - standard tuition fees for international students are £12,800 per year for arts programmes and £15,300 for science courses – but substantial discounts and scholarships are available.
  • Postgraduate - standard postgraduate tuition fees for international students are £12,800 per year for arts programmes and £15,300 for science courses, but substantial discounts and scholarships are available. Non-standard fees apply for some courses - please see our course search for your fee.

Scholarships

Undergraduate/postgraduate studentship scheme discount applies to all new international undergraduate and postgraduate students. New international students will receive a discount of £2,000-£2,500 from their tuition fees.

The University has a number of scholarships on offer for international students. Find out more.

Students from Nigeria will also receive an additional £1,000 discount on tuition fees.

Download a prospectus

Discover more by downloading an undergraduate or postgraduate prospectus, or find out what students from your country think about the University of Hull in our Nigeria student guide.

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EU Students

Good news! You are still eligible for financial support until at least 2018. Find out more.