The figures show 50 per cent of graduates are staying in the region and include nurses, doctors, teachers, social workers, prison and police officers, paralegals, trainee accountants, chemists, engineers and software developers.
Of those going further afield, one is going to be a PR officer in Hong Kong, another student is joining Plymouth Aquarium and a number will be walking the corridors of power with roles in Westminster.
Head of Careers at the University of Hull, John Harrison, says: “We’re delighted that so many of our graduates are already going on to do great things. We work hard to make sure students get access toexpert advice and guidance, incredible opportunities, inspirational events and, more importantly, are able to make connections with industry and gain invaluable experiences.
“Today is a celebration of the talent we are able to supply to this region’s businesses and industries across the UK and the world.
“Irrelevant of their employment status, we remain a lifelong careers service for every student of the University of Hull and we look forward to working with them over the years as they carve out a successful career.”