The University of Hull

The University of Hull

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University of Hull... the friendliest university!Students at the University of Hull are at the heart of everything we do - teaching, welfare services, social facilities - and have a well-deserved reputation for friendliness.The University is a progressive university, which means that we're constantly investing in our facilities and resources, demonstrating our commitment to helping you fulfil your potential at a top-class university.A flourishing community, featuring world-class teaching, research, impressive facilities, and a strong support network on both Hull and Scarborough campuses, our teaching skills are highly rated in national quality assessments.Our research is of international acclaim in many fields, the quality of which informs our teaching at all levels.Our vision is to explore, create and communicate knowledge to enhance regional, national and global communities.

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...process and related areas. Course Content Year 1 In the first year of your degree you study chemical engineering practice with safety; fundamentals of chemical engineering... Learn about: Chemical Engineering... More


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...Injury Rehabilitation Psychology; Independent Research; Medico-Legal Aspects of Professional Practice; and Placement. To graduate, you will be required... More


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LL.B. Law course in Hull
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...Choose six law or five law modules and a free elective. Select from options such as Employment Law, Shipping Law and Medicine, Ethics & the... Learn about: IT Law... More


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...which is a module especially designed to provide you with the key skills required to be a biomedical scientist, as well as study and employability skills... Learn about: Biomedical Science, Skills and Training... More


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  • Bachelor's degree
  • Hull

...On the degree of International Business (Hons) from The University of Hull, research-focused tutors deliver a unique mix of academic expertise and industry... Learn about: Global Business, International Business, IT Management... More


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  • Hull

...The most widely-spoken native language of the European Union, German is correspondingly popular at The University of Hull, having been ranked third... More


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...of Hull for 50 years and our graduates, which include Equity President Malcolm Sinclair, regularly go on to notable careers in theatre, TV and film. Course... More


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Bachelor Music course in Hull
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  • Bachelor's degree
  • Hull

...studio techniques; film & game audio; interactive technologies); or other specialist modules (psychology of music performance; film music; orchestration... Learn about: Skills and Training... More


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  • Bachelor's degree
  • Hull

...probability and statistics; calculus; and modelling and mechanics.You will also learn to use mathematical software such as MATLAB, Maple and LaTeX... Learn about: Skills and Training, GCSE Mathematics... More


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History

In the beginning...University College Hull was founded in 1927 through the support of local benefactors, such as Thomas Robinson Ferens (who gave the land and £250,000), G F Grant and the City Council.The foundation stone was laid by the Duke of York (George VI) in 1928 and the College opened in October with 39 students and 14 ‘one-man’ departments. There were 100 students in 1931.Located on Cottingham Road in Hull, with just one building (now the Venn Building), the new University College Hull was an outpost of the University of London and offered courses in the arts and pure sciences.During its early years, the College faced the changing economic trends of the 1930s and then the outbreak of war, which led to falling student numbers, buildings being commandeered and books being evacuated for safe-keeping....