During the Open Day, students will also be able to find out about finance, including bursaries and scholarships open to them, including our new Attainment scholarship which will be offered from September.
The scholarship offers £1,200 for students who achieve 112 UCAS tariff points from three A levels (excluding general studies)
This is in addition to the Merit scholarship that offers £2,000 for students who achieve 120 UCAS tariff points and the Achievement Scholarship that offers £4,000 for students who achieve 152 UCAS points.
Students are automatically checked for eligibility when they apply.*
University lecturers and professors will also be on-hand to offer subject and course information.
Leah Cox, a Physics student, said: “As soon as I looked round it, I knew it was the place for me.
“Everybody was so welcoming, so friendly. The staff are really, really supportive here.”
Tours of the campus will also be on offer, inviting visitors to view the University’s state-of-the-art facilities.
A £300-million campus improvement programme is almost complete, giving our students inspiring places to study, state-of-the-art teaching facilities, high-quality accommodation and fantastic opportunities.
Visitors will also be able to attend a presentation about the University of Hull and student life here.
Subject stands will be available for students to learn in more depth about the course they want to study.
To book your place on an Open Day or for more information visit www.hull.ac.uk, firstname.lastname@example.org, call 01482 466500.
For those who can’t make this weekend’s Open Day, there will be a further three during the year:
- Saturday, October 5
- Saturday, November 2
- Saturday, November 23
For information and to book visit hull.ac.uk/openday
*International students, and those living in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland are ineligible for these scholarships.