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Find out how students from Mauritius can study at one of England's oldest universities.
As England’s 14th oldest university, we've come a long way since we were founded in 1927.
Built from nearly one hundred years of tradition, today the University of Hull is a vibrant institution.
Live and study in our friendly community. Whether you choose to live on campus or locally, prepare for a brilliant learning experience and making new friends. To help you fulfil your academic and career potential we offer a supportive environment inside and outside the classroom and have a dedicated team here to help you develop your employability.
At Hull we put our students at the heart of everything we do. This starts from the first enquiry and continues beyond graduation.
Find out what qualifications you need to apply. Check your fees and see when and see when you can meet us online or in your country.
If you plan to come to Hull for a study abroad experience or student exchange find out more here.
Entry requirements vary by course, so make sure you check your course page for the most up to date information.
Check our course pages to find entry requirements or get in touch by emailing email@example.com.
Don't quite meet the requirements? Don't worry - we review every application on an individual basis. Get in touch to find out more. You may also be interested in our degree preparation course, ONCAMPUS.
If your first language is not English, or you require a student visa to study, you will be required to provide evidence of your English language proficiency level. Find out more.
The majority of our taught Masters programmes require that you hold a qualification equivalent to a lower second-class Bachelor Honours (or 2.2). Please check our course pages for specific entry requirements.
We generally consider a Bachelors degree awarded by a nationally recognised higher education institution in Mauritius to be comparable to a UK Bachelor Honours degree.
Lower second-class (2.2) equivalentClass II division ii
Upper second-class (2.1) equivalentClass I division i
Don't quite meet the requirements? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The majority of our research Masters programmes and PhDs require that you hold a qualification equivalent to an upper second-class Bachelor Honours (or 2.1), although some programmes, especially PhDs may have higher entry requirements. Please check our course pages for specific entry requirements.
Don't quite meet the requirements? Don't worry - we review every application on an individual basis. Email email@example.com.
These are our standard fees for international students beginning their studies in 2023/24. Some of our courses have non-standard fees, so we recommend you also check your course page for the exact fee.
Annual tuition fee
Business, Law and Politics programmes
Science and Health programmes
Social Work and Social Policy programmes
Science and Engineering lab-based programmes
Science and Engineering non-lab-based programmes
Law and Politics programmes
Social Work programmes
Nursing, Medicine and Health programmes
Social Work and Socal Policy programmes
Every year we offer a range of scholarships for eligible undergraduate, postgraduate taught and postgraduate research students.
Browse all International scholarships.
We are always happy to speak with you about our programmes, funding opportunities, the application process and life at the University of Hull.
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International Recruitment Manager for Mauritius
+44 (0)1482 462190
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