School of Health and Social Work

International students


The School of Health and Social Work welcomes international students from all over the globe. We have a wide range of programmes suitable for those seeking a professional nursing degree and for nurses and other healthcare practitioners who are already qualified.

We understand that coming to the UK to study is a big step. You will find a warm welcome at Hull, officially, one of the UK's friendliest universities. Please feel free to contact our International Coordinator, who will be pleased to tell you what the Faculty of Health and Social Care has to offer.

For more information about costs, see our course fees page. All our programmes are listed as 'science, lab-based'.

For more information on any of these programmes, or just to chat about what The Faculty of Health and Social Care can offer you, contact International Coordinator Dr Jeremy Jolley.

The Hull advantage

  • Flexible module choices
  • Free transport service for new arrivals
  • Low cost of living
  • Dedicated careers service
  • London to Hull by train in 2.5 hours
  • Immigration support
  • Free orientation activities
  • Close to countryside, coast and culture

The University of Hull has a commitment to providing international students with a supportive and welcoming environment. The University of Hull admitted its first students in 1928, is the 14th oldest University in the UK, and now has nearly 3000 international students from 125 different countries.

The University of Hull is in the top 500 universities in the world (Times Higher World University Rankings 2008) and was ranked number two in the UK for international student satisfaction in 2007 by the i-graduate group.

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