Hong Kong

Hello and welcome!

We're one of the country's oldest universities, and we've come a long way in our 90 years. The University of Hull is a vibrant institution – a blend of English tradition and cutting-edge technology.

96% of our graduates progress into work or further study within six months of completing their studies.

We nurture communities and we put our students (drawn from more than 100 countries) at the heart of everything we do.

Find out what qualifications you need to apply to study with us. Learn more about paying fees and discover where you can meet us in your country.

Entry requirements

  • Undergraduate

    We're currently confirming our 2018 undergraduate entry requirements and will publish them soon.

    In the meantime, please get in touch by emailing global@hull.ac.uk or call +44 (0)1482 462190.

    Don't quite meet the requirements? Don't worry - we review every application on an individual basis. Email global@hull.ac.uk to find out more. You may also be interested in our degree preparation course, ONCAMPUS.

  • Postgraduate Taught

    The majority of our taught Masters programmes require that you hold a qualification equivalent to a lower second-class Bachelor Honours (or 2.2). Please check our course pages for specific entry requirements.

    We generally accept Bachelor Honours degree or Bachelor degree in medicine, dentistry or veterinary medicine awarded by a nationally recognised higher education institution in Hong Kong to be comparable to a UK Bachelor Honours degree.

    Degree classification directly compares to that in the UK. We accept Second Class (Division 2) Honours for programmes requiring 2.2 and Second Class (Division 1) Honours for programmes with 2.1 entry requirement. 

    Don't quite meet the requirements? Don't worry - we review every application on an individual basis. Email global@hull.ac.uk.

  • Postgraduate Research

    Check course listings for specific entry requirements. Please get in touch if you have any questions. Remember, we judge each application on an individual basis.

If your first language is not English, or you require a Tier 4 student visa to study, you will be required to provide evidence of your English language proficiency level. Find out more.

Visits

Dominic GreenfieldDominic Greenfield, the University of Hull International Development Manager, travels regularly to Hong Kong to meet students and talk about our programmes, funding opportunities, the application process and life at the University of Hull. 

Email him at global@hull.ac.uk or call +44 (0)1482 462190 to find out more. 

"Hull is a fantastic city to study in. There are lots of advantages to living in Hull and lots of things to do for entertainment in your spare time. The city has great shopping arcades, cafés, museums, cinemas, pubs, clubs and much more."

Chun Ka Yan, BA Business and Management
"The reason to study in this University is not only to increase academic knowledge, it is also about gaining essential life skills, which will help you when you graduate." Wells Ng, BA Marketing

"The best part of the campus has to be the library – it is such a nice place when you need some information or space for academic work. I love the fact that there are so many different sports activities I can do throughout the week; there is always something going on."

Leo Tsang, BSc Chemistry
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Hong Kong - Chun Ka Yan
Hong Kong - Wells Ng
Hong Kong - Leo Tsang

"Hull is a fantastic city to study in. There are lots of advantages to living in Hull and lots of things to do for entertainment in your spare time. The city has great shopping arcades, cafés, museums, cinemas, pubs, clubs and much more.

"You have the opportunity to watch the best football teams in England at the fantastic Hull KCOM stadium as the local team, Hull City, play in the Premier League. In addition, Hull is the 2017 UK City of Culture, which will generate a huge amount of activity, events and volunteering opportunities for students across the University. I can’t wait to be part of it."

"From my point of view, the University of Hull is a good place to gain social experience. Many international students think that university rankings are the most important thing to consider when applying to study abroad. Remember that social skills are also considered when graduates apply for jobs.

"I am currently working for the Hong Kong Society. I have learnt how to build good relationships with the society members and various committees. Organising events is a challenge but I have used the marketing knowledge I have gained from my degree and applied it to improving how the society operates and to increase student membership.

"The University of Hull offers opportunities to students to gain more experience, which is quite useful in real life. You will find that the reason to study in this University is not only to increase academic knowledge, it is also about gaining essential life skills, which will help you when you graduate."

"I really enjoy living in Hull; the city centre is lovely. It has a historic Old Town, with lots of great restaurants and bars. Travelling slightly out of the city there are a couple of streets with loads of quality restaurants and boutiques. The town itself isn’t really big, and you always seem to find friendly people in different places. After gaining the City of Culture title in 2017, this place is only going to get better after signing lots of major business deals.

"If you are looking for a university where you can experience lots of different things and gain new opportunities, this is definitely where you would want to be!"

Agents

If you need help with any stage of the application process, contact us.

We work with agents in your home country to help you find the perfect course, arrange your visa and apply to study at the University of Hull.

Agents
Education UK Ltd Hong Kong Send an email 00852 2525 9849 Website
HKIES Overseas Education Centre Hong Kong Send an email 00852 22648990 Website
Hong Kong Education Web Ltd Hong Kong Send an email 00852 22722800 Website
IDP Education Pty Ltd Hong Kong Send an email 00852 2827 6362 Website

Fees

  • Undergraduate - standard tuition fees for international students are £13,500 per year for arts programmes and £16,000 for science courses – but substantial discounts and scholarships are available.
  • Postgraduate - standard postgraduate tuition fees for international students are £13,500 per year for arts programmes and £16,000 for science courses, but substantial discounts and scholarships are available. Non-standard fees apply for some courses - please see our course search for your fee.

Scholarships

Undergraduate/postgraduate studentship scheme discount applies to all new international undergraduate and postgraduate students. New international students will receive a discount of £2,000-£2,500 from their tuition fees.

The University has a number of scholarships on offer for international students. Find out more.

The Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the UK awards scholarships and fellowships for postgraduate study.

Download a prospectus

Discover more by downloading an undergraduate prospectus, or find out how we support postgraduate development and research in our subject guides.

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EU Students

Good news! You are still eligible for financial support until at least 2018. Find out more.