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.

96% of our graduates progress into work or further study within six months of completing their studies.

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.

Students from Ghana have studied at the University of Hull for generations, and our alumni in Ghana have built very successful careers in banking, trade and finance, marketing, government and education.

Entry requirements

  • Undergraduate

    We're currently confirming our 2019 undergraduate entry requirements and will publish them soon.

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

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

  • Postgraduate Taught

    The majority of our taught Masters programme 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 Ghana to be comparable to a UK Bachelor Honours degree.

    Degree classification directly compares to that in the UK. We would accept Lower Second Class Division in your Bachelor Honours degree for programmes requiring 2.2 and Upper Second Class Division for programmes with 2.1 entry requirement.

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

  • 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.


Fee Romein

Fee Romein, the University of Hull International Development Manager, travels regularly to Ghana to meet students and talk about our programmes, funding opportunities, the application process and life at the University of Hull. 

Email her at or call +44 (0)1482 462190 to find out more. 

“I believe in Hull because I got inspired in Hull, and I would recommend it to prospective students from all over the world because whatever your needs are, they are sure to be met at the University of Hull.”

Mark Gadogbe, MSc Renewable Energy
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Ghana - Mark Gadogbe

“Coming to the University of Hull has been one of the proudest moments of my academic life. I found it to be just the right place for my career development because the University has a way of making its students feel honoured and have a sense of belonging. In the end, you do not feel like you have just passed through the University and acquired a degree, but you feel a part of it. There is this sense of homeliness and warmth that you experience, not only from the University staff but also at almost every place that you visit in Hull. I found Hull a very friendly place and it is truly “never dull in Hull”.

“My decision to study for an MSc in Renewable Energy at the University of Hull was born out of the energy situation in my country and the great potential that the UK, and the Humber region especially, holds for wind power and other renewable energy technologies. Thanks to the Commonwealth Scholarship, I was able to join the University and also support myself through the course with no financial worries. Though it was a totally new environment and academic system, I was able to adapt quickly and get along faster than expected because of the University’s good student support services and great number of resident Ghanaians and other Africans here in Hull.

“The University is well located and well planned with beautiful architectural structures, good state of the art learning facilities and a nice green environment which makes it relaxing and gives it a suitable academic climate. The lecturers are helpful and have a good rapport with the students; their open door policy and quick response time to emails is great. The redeveloped Brynmor Jones Library is awesome and its seventh floor (top floor) is a great place to catch beautiful aerial views of the University and beyond.

“The course, too, was well structured to provide a good balance between theory and real world situations. There were many assignments, tasks, reports, essays, laboratory sessions and group work, most of which dealt with real world scenarios, that helped develop my critical thinking and analysis skills. There were also many exciting and beneficial educational field trips such as trips to the Associated British Port at Grimsby, the Grimsby site of Centrica PLC (a British multinational energy company), Beverley Town Council, wind farm site visits and a tidal energy study boat trip on the Humber, among others.

“There were also guest lecturers from time to time to provide expert perspectives on the modules I studied. I also had the privilege and great experience of working on a real world project with the Swift Group Company for my dissertation because of the good relationship between the school and the industries in the surrounding area.

“Overall, the course was a good platform for me and I acquired, in a short period, in-depth knowledge and skills in renewable energy technologies, policies, business structure and renewable energy project management, among other things. These are vital to my career goals of becoming a researcher, renewable energy expert and policy advocate/consultant. I plan to advance this dream further upon my return to Ghana, and I hope to contribute my expertise in whatever capacity I can to bettering Ghana’s present energy situation.

“Besides studying, I had a short but valuable period of voluntary work experience with the University’s International Office. The International Office staff create such a lovely ambience. I also had a much longer valuable experience of working part-time in the UK. Though it was difficult maintaining the balance between studying and working, it was a very useful experience because it taught me the value of time management and prioritising. Living off campus and far into the city gave me the opportunity to interact more with local people and exposed me to the real day-to-day life in Hull. I made great friends from different cultures both within and outside of the university as a result.

“Looking back, coming to Hull will be an experience I will always cherish; all of my fond memories of my time here will stay with me for a lifetime. I believe in Hull because I got inspired in Hull, and I would recommend it to prospective students from all over the world because whatever your needs are, they are sure to be met at the University of Hull. I already plan on coming back to study for my PhD.”


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.

British Canadian International Education Ltd Accra Send an email 00 233 302 778748 Website
UKEAS Worldwide Ltd Accra Send an email 00 233 302 798181 Website


  • Undergraduate - standard tuition fees for international students are £13,500 per year for arts programmes and £16,000 for science courses – but substantial discounts and scholarships are available.
  • Postgraduate - standard postgraduate tuition fees for international students are £13,500 per year for arts programmes and £16,000 for science courses, but substantial discounts and scholarships are available. Non-standard fees apply for some courses - please see our course page for your fee.


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.

The Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the UK awards scholarships and fellowships for postgraduate study.

Download a prospectus

Discover more by downloading an undergraduate prospectus, or find out how we support postgraduate development and research in our subject guides.