The School of The Arts is a vibrant hub for learning, teaching, research and the creation of artistic outputs - with an exciting range of performance and production opportunities for students, staff and high-profile visiting artists. In a truly collaborative environment, our students learn with and from those who influence their fields of study and research, as well as continuing to perform and practise their craft on a global stage.
A jewel in the crown of the School is the multi-million pound development, Middleton Hall - a world-class arts venue incorporating a 400-seat concert hall, industry standard recording and rehearsal spaces, and much more.
Hull pioneered the study of criminology over 30 years ago. Since then, we’ve built a powerful reputation that has allowed us to develop strong links with local, regional and national criminal justice agencies.
Sociology and social sciences at Hull means examining the forces and events that are shaping the world around us. What are the causes and consequences of Brexit, for example, or the increase in terrorism attacks? Our programmes are genuinely global and contemporary in scope.
You don't just become fluent in another language at Hull - you immerse yourself in the culture of the people who speak it.
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.
The University of Hull has a remarkable literary legacy. You will be following in the footsteps of Philip Larkin, who was the university librarian at the Brynmor Jones Library, and alumni such as Rosie Millard, Tom Paulin and Douglas Dunn.
Hull pioneered American Studies in Britain and keep ahead of the track by providing innovative, up-to-date programmes. And we have the largest exchange programme of any UK university, offering students a full year of study in the US with a choice of more than 30 different US campuses.
History at Hull allows you to follow your interests in the social, cultural, art, indigenous, military, maritime, economic, gender, medical and humanitarian history of Britain, Europe and the wider world.
Our programmes enable you to make a real difference to the lives of children, young people and adults.
Our strong partnerships with hundreds of schools, colleges, community organisations and early years settings give you the opportunity to apply theory to real-world situations.