About the University of Hull
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The University of Hull – originally founded in 1927 as the
University College Hull – is a progressive university, which means
that we're constantly investing in our facilities and resources,
demonstrating our commitment to helping students fulfil their
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.