Two subjects at the University ranked in the top 10 in the rankings.
American Studies ranked 5th in the 2021 Guide, while Earth & Marine Sciences placed 7th out of a total of 35 similar courses.
Over 20 subjects at Hull increased in ranking, while there was a new entry in the Health Professions table, with Hull ranking 24th out of 75 institutions.
Popular courses such as ODP and Paramedic Science were included in the new Health Professions section of the Guide.
Other notable rankings for Hull included English & Creative writing – up 59 places to 39th – and Accounting and Finance, which rose 40 places to 49th overall.
Media & Film studies were a significant riser, up 39 places to 32nd, while Education rose from 65th to 27th overall.
Elsewhere, Drama & Dance (37th), Biosciences (51st), Politics (37th) and Mechanical Engineering (29th) were all positive climbers in the table.
Rachel Hall, Editor of the Guardian University Guide, said: “I am pleased that the latest Guardian University Guide can offer guidance for schools, families and universities to consult and share throughout the year at a time when people around the world are continuing to make new and often difficult decisions about the future.”
The strong performance in the 2021 Guardian University Guide follows further success in this year’s National Student Survey.
Overall student satisfaction at the University of Hull rose in figures released this summer, as over a dozen subjects ranked in the top 10 nationally.
Both Geology and Astrophysics at Hull recorded 100 per cent overall student satisfaction in the 2020 survey, putting them top of the national standings for the subject.
American Studies also achieved the perfect score for overall student satisfaction.