The University of Hull was established in 1927 in Kington upon Hull. The city is located in the East of Yorkshire. It was originally known as University College Hull, and was an external college to the University of London. It became England’s fourteenth university once it was granted independence and received a Royal Charter in 1954. It is now a top university in the world and offers an extensive catalog of courses. In 2014 the university refurbished their library which is now state of the art. The campus also offers free high-speed Wi-Fi. The university has extensive playing fields and a multitude of large sports facilities. The school is roughly sixteen thousand students large. Academics
The University has two campuses. The main one is located in Hull and the smaller one is located in Scarborough. The main campus has six faculties. The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Health and Social Care, and Faculty of Science and Engineering. They also have the Hull University Business School and Hull York Medical School. For more information you can research the Faculty of Science and Engineering. Prerequisites
GPA minimum of 2.8 and meeting any other course requirements, if any. Language of Instruction: All courses taught in English. Accommodation and meals: Please visit Living in Hull Academic Credit
The course credit that transfer to S&T will be considered as “pass” or “fail.” The credit received from studying abroad will not affect your GPA. In order to pass a class the student needs to receive a C or better in the course. Although you will receive credits for successfully completed courses, you must work with your academic advisers to get approval for how the courses you take might fulfill specific degree requirements at S&T. Location
Kingston upon Hull lies on the River Hull and has a population about 260,000 people. Hull, as it is commonly referred as, has been a market town, military supply port, trading hub, fishing and whaling center, and now an industrial metropolis. From Hull, it is easy traveling to the major cities of England. Hull is ranked among the top 15 city destinations in the Guardian/Observer Travel Awards 2003. There is tons of culture in the form of shops, restaurants, pubs, and attractions. Some of the attractions include historic Old Town, Museum Quarter, and The Land of the Green Ginger, which has England’s smallest window. On top of all of this there is a multitude of Festivals that the city holds such as the National Student Drama Festival. They also have the Hull Fair which is Europe’s largest traveling fun fair.