University of Hull
Since its foundation in 1927, the University of Hull has had a distinguished history of providing quality education and rich experience to students from around the globe. The University of Hull is consistently among the top 10 UK universities for graduate employability. The graduates are highly prized by employers, a fact which testifies not only to their own hard work but also to the skills, commitment and team spirit of universityâ€™s teaching and support staff and the vast range of social and recreational opportunities which help produce well-rounded individuals.
As a traditional university with a solid foundation in research, the university is able to offer the students an innovative and challenging learning environment to excite their passion and develop their potential. Courses: At the University of Hull, the students can find courses across the entire academic spectrum, from the very latest disciplines to well-established traditional subjects. To apply: The application process is the same as for UK students. Students have to through UCAS.
English language requirements: All students whose first language is not English are required to provide evidence of a suitable level of proficiency. To consider the courses run by the Universityâ€™s Language Institute, the full one-year course is usually suitable for those at IELTS 4.5 standard or above. Accommodation: Students will find a range of accommodation at the University of Hull to meet their requirements while the cost of living in this region is one of the best values for money in the country. The university offers hostel along with The Student Houses. Students can make their own choice according to their convenience. The Student Houses comprise about 180 substantial two-storied terraced properties in the area immediately adjacent to the main campus, converted into self-contained, self-catering accommodation. The houses each accommodate between four to 10 students, the great majority having five occupants, who live in the co-operative spirit of a family. Residents wishing to use campus computing facilities and access the Internet from their study-bedroom are able to do so, provided they have a suitable PC with suitable software, using a modem, connected to the telephone line in their room.
For more information and admission log on to http://www.hull.ac.uk