Our physics and astrophysics courses encourage you to explore the world from the sub-atomic scale to the cosmological scale under the guidance of internationally recognised experts.
Mathematics at Hull is taught by renowned academics. Their specialisms include algebra, analysis, geometry, fluid dynamics, mathematical physics, probability and statistics.
The University is the birthplace of one of the most important innovations in modern times – liquid crystal displays. Today, our students are still inspired by pioneering thinking, state-of-the-art facilities and research-led teaching. In fact, you might be taught by members of the team who turned LCD into a reality.
We are at the forefront of biological and environmental research. From tackling climate change to pioneering the use of environmental DNA, our researchers are helping to protect and enhance the world we live in.
Choosing Hull opens up a world of opportunity. Our students experience horizon-expanding field trips to far-flung parts of the globe. And closer to home, our botanical gardens offer a stunning location for teaching and field work exercises.
Our internationally renowned staff specialise in major issues, from globalisation and renewable energy to mass extinctions and climate change. Our geography and environmental studies research is ranked 3rd in the UK for its impact (Research Excellence Framework 2014).
Our research addresses some of the biggest issues of modern times. Being part of a general engineering department, we can assemble a diverse and complementary range of expertise, experience and facilities to solve problems and change lives for the better.
The University of Hull is the region’s premier provider of chemical engineering degrees and our programmes are accredited by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE).
Our links to companies like Microsoft, Sony and Electronic Arts ensure that our courses stay industry standard, up to date and relevant. We have a range of specialist facilities: from high performance computing, through 3D visualisation and 3D printing, to robotics labs.