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University of Hull main entrance, with the Venn building in the background

The best way for you and your family to find out about the courses and the facilities that we offer is to visit us. We would welcome the opportunity to meet you and to show you our laboratories and discuss our courses with you.

There are a number of opportunities throughout the year where you can get a first-hand impression of what it is like to study at the University of Hull.

Open Days

If you are applying to study with us, you can visit us before and after you apply.

Our Open Days are a great way to help you make your decision about the University of Hull. They are a great way to experience our outstanding facilities and getting a feel for life at Hull.

You'll get to explore the campus, meet some of the staff who will be teaching you, and chat to current students and find out what it is really like at Hull. You can also have your questions answered about subjects such as admissions, fees and funding, and accommodation.

Applicant Days

If you have received an offer to study at the University of Hull, you will be invited to an Applicant Day.

Applicant Days are a great way to find out more about your subject as the programme for the day is tailored around your course.

You can visit our teaching facilities and see demonstrations showcasing our current interests. We will tell you more about studying at Hull, our excellent reputation in teaching and research, and our superb facilities and equipment.

You will also have the opportunity to meet fellow applicants and current students and tour the campus with them.

Current students and lecturers are on hand to tell you everything you need to know and answer any questions you may have about studying at the University of Hull.

If you have not received an invitation to an Applicant Day, please email for more information.

How to find us

We are based in the Hardy Building and the adjacent Wolfson and Allam Buildings, on Hull’s beautiful campus.

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