Fees and funding

Fees and Finance

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Any university will tell you it makes good financial sense to get a degree.

It’s true. In fact, new figures show the average graduate earns £10,000 more per year than a non-graduate.* But the fact is, it makes even more sense when you choose Hull. Why? Because you’ll live in the city with England's most affordable rent... and cheapest nights out! Add into that our generous scholarships, bursaries and awards and your money will go so much further here.

Need to knows ...


All you need to know about Student Finance

What is student finance? How do you apply? And how much can you claim? Find out in our guide.


Alumni Postgraduate Scholarship

Continue onto a postgraduate degree with us in 2024 and we'll give you £1,000 towards the cost of your tuition fees.


How we spend your fees

Find out how we invest tuition fees to ensure that you have a rich, varied and inspiring platform to achieve the futures you want.


Information and Policies

Bursary and scholarship policies and access agreements

Hull students relax in Planet Coffee on Newland Avenue
Abigail Broughton & Tania Fu at the wetherspoons on campus
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*Gov.uk, 25 April 2019, ‘Graduates continue to benefit with higher earnings’.  
† Natwest Student Living Index 2018.
‡ Numbeo.com