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UHELP and Pre sessional English language programmes

The School of Languages, Linguistics and Cultures offers a range of courses for students who need to study English before starting a degree programmes.  We offer a year round course (UHELP) and shorter summer courses of 4, 8 or 12 weeks, which are full time courses.  The programmes are also open to those who need to update their language skills to live in the UK.

How to apply
The application form can be downloaded here.
Please send your completed form to eflapplications@hull.ac.uk

Further information, including start dates, entry requirements and costs, is available on the department's website.

To guarantee consideration for the start month shown please ensure your application reaches us by the date given.

Start January 2017 (UHELP) - closing date for applications is 9 January 2017
Start June 2017 (UHELP) - closing date for applications is 28 May 2017
Start July 2017 (Pre sessional English) - closing date for applications is 21 June 2017
Start August 2017 (Pre sessional English) - closing date for applications is 19 July 2017

After those dates applicants who do not need a Tier 4 visa may still be considered at the University's discretion if there is time to process your completed application before the start date.  Please contact us for advice if you are not sure which is the right course for you.

Students who need a Tier 4 visa to study a pre-sessional course must have a Secure English Language Test (SELT) approved by the Home Office for entry to the course.

Applicants who will be coming newly to the University of Hull to study an undergraduate or postgraduate degree are welcome to apply for the summer English programme even if this is not a condition of degree entry.

Can I do a second course?
If you have already taken one of these courses before your undergraduate degree, we cannot accept a further application for the summer course before starting your postgraduate degree at Hull, unless your postgraduate degree requires a more advanced level of English than your undergraduate degree required on admission.

 

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