If you were not able to attend any of our Applicant Days, you will automatically be
invited to one of our Applicant Visits.
Applicant Visits give you the opportunity to view our campus and
accommodation as well as finding out more about your chosen course
and department. Our Applicant
Visits will be taking place on the following dates:
|Wednesday 25 May 2016
|Wednesday 15 June 2016
|Wednesday 27 July 2016
For more information please visit our webpage or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: Due to interviews Nursing, Social
Work, Primary Teaching and the School of Drama, Music and Screen
will not be invited to these events.
Our Open Days give you the chance to
explore the campus, speak to staff and current students and learn
more about the exciting opportunities available here. Our next
Open Days will be taking place in on the
If you would like any further information, please contact us on
The next Postgraduate Event will take
place in 2016. For further information about our Postgraduate Events please contact us on
01482 466500 or email@example.com.
If you are still deciding whether to apply or are unable to
attend one of our Open Days then Campus Visits are a great way of
finding out about what the University of Hull has to offer by
taking a guided tour with one of our Student Ambassadors. Please
contact us on 01482 465103 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further
If you apply to the University and are given an offer, you
will be invited by email to visit us on one of our
Applicant Days. Applicant Days give you the opportunity
to find out more about the course you are interested in and
learn more about the University. To help our
applicants make an informed choice, we are offering a Travel Grant to those who live more
than 20 miles away. Our Applicant Days are now finished
for 2016 entry but if you would like to visit us, please see more
information on our Applicant Visits.
If you are an international student and would like more
information about studying at Hull, please complete our International Study