Tulips at the University of Hull

United States of America (USA)

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.

Entry requirements

  • Undergraduate

    For admission onto the first year of an undergraduate bachelors degree course we generally accept the following qualifications and grades:

    A US High School Diploma with a GPA of 3.0 out of 4.0. And one of the following:

    • SAT (post 2016) 1190 out of 1600
    • ACT with a composite score of 24
    • AP with 3x grades of 3 or higher

    We sometimes require subject specific grades, we will advise you of this in your offer letter.

    If you wish to study with us starting from the second or final year, we are happy to consider applicants who have completed equivalent prior study. These applications are considered on a case-by-case basis. Please email global@hull.ac.uk for further details.

    If you have questions about these requirements or have studied a qualification or foundation programme not listed here, please email global@hull.ac.uk.

    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

  • 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 the USA to be comparable to a UK Bachelor Honours degree.

    Lower second-class (2.2) equivalent

    GPA 2.8 out of 4

    Upper second-class (2.1) equivalent

    GPA 3.2 out of 4

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

    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.

  • Postgraduate Research

    The majority of our research Masters programmes and PhDs require that you hold a qualification equivalent to an upper second-class Bachelor Honours (or 2.1), although some programmes, especially PhDs may have higher entry requirements. Please check our course pages for specific entry requirements.

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

    Upper second-class (2.1) equivalent
    GPA 3.0 out of 4 or 3.7 out of 5

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

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.

Meet us

You can talk with us about our programmes, funding opportunities, the application process and life at the University of Hull by contacting us, booking an online appointment or taking part in a webchat or webinar.

Email at global@hull.ac.uk or call +44 (0)1482 462190 to find out more.

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.

Fees

  • Undergraduate - For 2023/24 entry, our undergraduate tuition fees are £15,400 per year for arts programmes and £18,300 for science courses, but check your course page because some fees vary. Scholarships are available for international students.
  • Postgraduate Taught - Fees for International students studying Postgraduate taught masters degrees in 2023/24 range from £10,000 to £12,000, although non-standard fees apply to some courses. Please see your course page for more information.
  • Postgraduate Research - Our postgraduate research courses are between £16,250 and £18,650. There are some PhD scholarships available designed to attract the best academic talent to further our groundbreaking research.

Scholarships

We have a number of scholarships and awards available to international students. Find out more.

Federal Student Aid

You can apply for federal student aid to study some degrees here at Hull.  You can find more information, including how to apply, here.

Download a prospectus

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

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