‘I have not just completed my masters in this one year, but I have lived a whole new life’
Unless we push ourselves to discover our full potential, we will never know it. This quest for self-discovery inevitably leads us to living a more meaningful life.
‘Moving to Hull was the best decision I've ever made’
Let me share my experience of one year at the University and some vital information about which I considered before applying:
The University of Hull is committed to providing their students with top-class facilities and an excellent environment. In my opinion, it is one of the most affordable universities in the UK. The lecturers and other teaching staff are very friendly, helpful and cooperative.
I know rankings are important – they were to me – when I was making my choice. Here are some world rankings for Hull:
Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2023: the University of Hull ranks in the 501-600 group (301-400 for Business and Economics).
QS World University Rankings: Sustainability 2023: the University of Hull ranks in the 241-260 group for Overall Performance and 190th in Environmental Impact Performance.
The University of Hull’s award-winning students’ union has more than 150 societies and sports clubs. It has a student support team too which is readily available to offer guidance on issues like immigration, attendance, timetable, health, well-being and learning support.
Students automatically become a member of the students’ union. I have been a member of two societies including the Pakistani Society, and Mental Health Society. Being part of these societies has made me more confident and helped me to understand the culture and rituals of different countries.
Asylum: Karaoke and parties:
The University has Asylum night club where you can enjoy a variety of food along with a lot of events and entertainment. I usually attend the karaoke nights and tower parties at Asylum. They offer an opportunity to enjoy nightlife on campus. This is one of the best perks of living on campus.