You don't just become fluent in another language at Hull - you immerse yourself in the culture of the people who speak it. The University of Hull has been at the forefront of language learning for more than 50 years.
Philosophy has been taught at Hull since we first opened our doors in 1927. Thanks to the expertise of research-active teaching staff, we enable students to shape their own skills in analytical thinking and critical debate, as well as developing intellectual integrity.
In our new Applied Languages course, students gain intercultural communication skills, critical thinking, and transferrable skills such as networking, time management and problem solving.
Studying philosophy at Hull means doing philosophy: engaging with current issues and emerging philosophical challenges. This helps develop and utilise the skills that only a training in philosophy can provide.