Noureldin Noureldin, who chose Hull to study for a Masters in Marketing Management, said:
“At Hull, you will find a friendly environment, cheaper prices compared to other cities, with the best library you can imagine.
“There is a real sense of community here. It feels different to other universities. Everything is on one campus – and it’s really friendly.
“Although the University is the 14th oldest in England – and has a great sense of heritage – there has also been huge investment in our library, health campus, arts venue and sports facilities so you really have both modern and traditional – all in one place.”
The opening evening in the Brynmor Jones Library on Wednesday 27 February will offer prospective students and their families the chance to tour our campus, explore our range of courses, meet tutors and students, ask questions, find out more about accommodation, how to apply and the different funding options, including scholarships and the newly-introduced postgraduate loan.
The University of Hull has a silver award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework and is in the top 50* UK institutions for research power.
To find out more about postgraduate study, please visit our website or book on to our opening evening.
*Times Higher Education