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Your virtual applicant experience

Imagine what, where and how you’ll be studying here. Live and breathe our beautiful campus before you arrive. And have all your questions answered by our lecturers, students and support team. All online, all in one place, and all for you. Let’s get started…

We are here to help

Our University is known for being friendly and supportive; this is something you feel from the minute you step onto our campus. The Coronavirus has meant that we have all had to adjust our plans and work in different ways. Unfortunately, that means pausing our Applicant Experience Days in line with government advice around social distancing.

This doesn’t mean that you cannot get a good feel of what it would be like to be a University of Hull student. In place of the physical days, we have created a virtual applicant experience package exclusively for you. You can also watch, here, our students’ latest vlogs, chat to our lecturers, advisers and support team, and take our 360° virtual tour where you can experience what life is really like as a student here at Hull.

Our University community is strong and caring, and it has been amazing to see how our staff and students have come together to support one another in response to the Coronavirus. Our focus is also on doing all that we can to support you, to ensure that your transition to university life is a smooth one despite these unprecedented times. 

Please do engage with us, to ask us any and all the questions you might have or simply to have a chat. Your offer with us is secure and we would love to welcome you as one of our University community.

So, please do not hesitate to get in touch. You can find our contact details below.

I would like to wish you and your families well, and I look forward to welcoming you on to our campus in the future.

With best wishes,

Professor Susan Lea's signature Professor Susan Lea
Vice-chancellor

Two students, James and Amy, give a presentation to a crowd in Middleton Hall on one of our Applicant Days

Get the insider’s view on Hull

Of course we’re going to say Hull’s amazing. But what do the students who live and breathe it think? Watch their videos to find out…

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Virtual tour

Walk in our students’ shoes for a while. Jump deeper into your subject, and get to grips with the facilities you could be using every day. See our red-brick and blue-steel buildings up close, then take a leisurely stroll around our buzzing student quarter and city.

You might even spot one of our resident squirrels while you’re here… 

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Why you’ll love it here

One quick glance at these reasons, and you’ll remember why you chose Hull in the first place. Was it because we’ve got opportunities you can’t get anywhere else? Because our single-site campus has everything you need all in one place? Or because it’s cheaper to live here?

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Cash awards

Gain 112 UCAS points and you’ll get £1,200 to spend on anything you like. Get 120+ points and that goes up to £2,000. And the best bit is, you don’t pay a penny back.

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Guaranteed room

If you’re a full-time, unaccompanied first-year student, and you apply by 1 October 2020, we guarantee you a room in University-owned accommodation.

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Choose Hull

Going to any university is good sense because you’re investing in your future. But it makes even more sense if you choose Hull, and here's why…

What does Hull offer?

Frequently asked questions

  • What does this mean for my application?
  • When will I get a chance to visit?
  • I’ve already pre-booked my travel/ accommodation will I be able to get a refund?
  • My final exams look to have been cancelled. What does this mean for my offer of a place to study at Hull?
  • What does this mean for my application?

    We would like to reassure you that there is no change to your application or offer to study with us. If you have any enquiries please do not hesitate to contact us on admissions@hull.ac.uk.

  • When will I get a chance to visit?

    Our main priority at this point is protecting the health, welfare and safety of our University community including students, staff and visitors to our campus. 

    We are creating a virtual Applicant Experience package especially for you. So you can experience what life’s like as a student in Hull until you can visit us in person. 

    Right now, you can take our 360° virtual tour – take a trip around our beautiful campus, see our facilities up close, and see what the city has to offer. 

    If you have any questions – about your course, your offer, your student finance or anything at all – get in touch by emailing enquiries@hull.ac.uk.

    As soon as we know more about opportunities to book on to future events, we’ll let you know.

  • I’ve already pre-booked my travel/ accommodation will I be able to get a refund?

    If you’ve booked the University’s free overnight stay your accommodation will have been cancelled automatically, and you don’t need to do anything else.

    If you’ve booked private accommodation we would suggest speaking to your provider in the first instance and follow up with your travel insurance provider.  

  • My final exams look to have been cancelled. What does this mean for my offer of a place to study at Hull?

    If you have an Unconditional offer from us, it still applies. If you've put Hull as your Firm choice on UCAS Track, you're still guaranteed a place to study with us here at Hull. At this time, your start date for September 2020 is as planned. But we're closely monitoring the ever-developing situation. So if anything does change with your start date in the coming weeks and months, we'll contact you as soon as possible.

    If you have a Conditional offer from us, it still applies. We understand this is a difficult time, and you may be feeling anxious about it all. We continue to closely monitor the situation, and when a clearer picture emerges we'll be in touch as soon as we can. We'll also continue to update our website with the latest information.

    If you're waiting to have a face-to-face interview for a healthcare professional programme or teacher training programme, our colleagues are working hard to contact all individuals with interview dates to make alternative arrangements. If you've not already, you'll hear from us soon.

    In the meantime, if you have any questions please get in touch with us. Our Admissions and Applicant Services team are available. You can call us on 01482 466100 or email us at admissions@hull.ac.uk.