We can't wait to welcome you to our campus
Here are our top tips to make the most of your visit.
Things to do
Talk to academics and students
One of the best things about an open day is the chance to meet your lecturers. They'll tell you all about the course and answer any questions you might have. You’ll find our academics at Faculty subject stands marked on the campus map from 9am-4pm.
You’ll be able to chat to academics for up to 10 mins, so there will be plenty of time to ask your questions.
Take a campus tour
If you’ve not already seen our campus, we think you’ll be impressed. We’ve invested millions in new facilities. And everything is on one site, which means it’s easily accessible. Our outdoor campus tours are led by our student ambassadors. They’ll show you where you’ll study, rest and play and answer your questions about student life at Hull. Campus tours leave at regular intervals from outside the Brynmor Jones Library.
Look at the accommodation
Our accommodation is second to none. During your visit, you’ll be able to look at what's available on campus, including Westfield Court, The Courtyard and Taylor Court. Accommodation tours run at regular intervals from outside each residence.
Visit your subject
We’ll be running small-group tours of your subject area throughout the day. Each group will be limited to a maximum of six people (including your guide), to comply with Government guidelines. Our staff will direct you to your subject area, where the starting points will be clearly signposted. You’ll be required to sanitise your hands before the tour and wear a face mask throughout.
Places to eat
Our indoor cafes will be operating a grab-and-go service, so you can refuel during your visit. There will be no seating indoors. There will also be a number of street food vendors, where you can purchase a drink or snack. It would be a big help if you could pay using contactless, rather than cash.
To minimise touch points, we are asking you to download a copy of our campus map from our website before you visit. You can download the map here.
On the day, our staff and student ambassadors will be on hand to point you in the right direction.
Watch your subject presentation
Pre-recorded subject presentations - including a short introduction from our Vice-Chancellor, Professor Susan Lea - are available on demand on our website. You can watch them before your visit to find out more about your course. Then if you have any questions, we can answer them on the day. Chek your emails for information on our on-demand content.
Keeping you safe
We’ve put in place some new measures to help keep you and our staff safe on the day. We also request that you download the NHS track app prior to arrival. A full list of all the precautions we are taking - and the steps you need to take can be found on our Health and Safety page.
We’ve got our fingers crossed for a glorious day, but please come prepared for all weather, as no undercover shelter will be available on campus during the event.
How to get here
Free parking is available in our multi-storey car park on campus. We have disabled parking areas available - please follow the signs or ask an ambassador in blue if you need directions.
If coming from the North (via York / Beverley), please enter the campus via the North entrance on Inglemire Lane. Postcode HU6 7TS.
If coming from the West or South (M62/A63), please enter via the west/ Business School entrance and follow the signs to the carpark. Postcode: HU6 7RX
If coming from the East then use postcode HU6 7TS and follow the diversion up Auckland Avenue and on to Cranbrook Avenue to avoid the road closure.
If you are travelling by bus or train to Hull Paragon Interchange, bus numbers 104 and 105 will get you to campus and back.
Don't forget, if you live over 20 miles away, you could receive our travel grant.