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Open Days

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Have you ever had that feeling? That twinge in the pit of your stomach telling you: “This is it.” Visit Hull at an Open Day, and you might just find it’s that place for you.

  • - Take a tour of their beautiful campus

  • - Explore the vibrant city of Hull

  • - Talk to experts about your interests

  • - Find out what uni life is really like

  • - Take a personal statement masterclass

Sound good? Find out more or book now.

Student Life

After their highly-acclaimed year as the UK City of Culture for 2017, Hull’s never looked better or felt more vibrant. From crowded theatres and big stages to famous nightclubs and foodie haunts - there's always something to do and somewhere to go in Hull.

The city centre's been revamped. There’s also the revitalised marina and fruit market, which have become the new cultural and social heart of the city. 

On campus, Hull’s student's union has you covered. As well as four eateries, it's home to Asylum, Hull Uni’s very own nightclub - host to the famous Tower club night, and an established live music venue. All you need, plus all your mates, in one place.

Nearby is the Avenues, Hull’s unofficial ‘student quarter’. Newland Avenue and Princes Avenue have bars, restaurants, clubs, cafes, and independent shops aplenty. Students particularly love Cafe Gelato and The Boardroom (drink, eat and play board games - what more could you want?)

Travel Information

Hull’s location – about halfway between London and Edinburgh – puts it within pretty convenient distance of most parts of the UK. Hull's road, rail, air and sea links are so good that students can easily get to the city from all over the country, and in fact from all over the world.

There are regular direct trains from London, taking as little as two and a half hours. There’s fast, direct access from northern England and Scotland, while destinations to the west are also well connected. Once you reach Hull Paragon Interchange, it's easy to get a taxi, bus, or our shuttle service which runs on open days and applicant days. The Hull Paragon Interchange provides easy access to all forms of transport and is not far from the Hull campus.



The University of Hull has a range of on-campus accommodation for 2,300+ students, to suit all budgets . 


Westfield Court is the newest development on campus. There are a mix of flat sizes with en-suite and shared bathroom facilities. There are plenty of spaces to study, socialise and relax including a games room, two music practice rooms, and a big screen room to name just a few.


At the other side of campus, there’s The Courtyard. All rooms are en-suite, and there’s space for 562 students. Inside, there’s comfy lounges, a games room, a multi-function room with large screen projector, plus a Masterchef-style kitchen - which can be used for anything from movie nights to extra special occasions.

Taylor Court is one of the most established and close-knit communities, offering the best value for money on campus. All rooms are en-suite, overlooking a gated courtyard. Each flat of 8 people share a kitchen, a small seating area and a washer dryer - meaning no visits to the laundrette.

Other Contact Details

University of Hull
Cottingham Road
United Kingdom

+44 (0) 1482 346311

Student finance:
+44 (0) 1482 465363
[email protected]

+44 (0) 1482 466042
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+44 (0) 1482 466100
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Open Days:
+44 (0) 1482 466500
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