A superb learning environment
Situated in the leafy residential suburb of Newland, just two
miles north of the city centre, the University’s Hull Campus is one
of the most attractive academic sites in the country.
Its collection of neo-Georgian, Edwardian and modernist
buildings house cutting-edge teaching and research facilities in a
traditional collegiate environment. In 2003, the acquisition of
land adjacent to the campus increased the size of the University’s
estate by more than a third. This redeveloped site is now home to
the Hull York Medical School, Hull University Business School and
the Faculty of Health and Social Care.
But the real star of our Hull Campus is the community spirit and
camaraderie, which you’ll notice as soon as you arrive. And our
campus-wide wi-fi network means that you’ll be able to stay
connected, wherever you are. In short, this is a top-quality
learning space: well equipped, comfortable, friendly and
The nine-storey Brynmor Jones Library forms an
obvious focal point at the centre of the campus, while the
students’ union building is the hub of social activity. We’ve
ensured that you’ll have easy access to everything you’ll need
during your day, without having to leave the campus. There are
numerous cafes, coffee shops and restaurants, along with bars and a
nightclub; the Sports and Fitness Centre plus the playing fields
and Astroturf pitches; a well-stocked shop and a bookstore; even an
art gallery and a hairdresser.
In fact, the 2012 Times Higher Education Student Experience
Survey scored us in the country’s top ten for our on-campus shops,
bars and amenities.
And, as you’re about to discover, you’re only 10 minutes away
from the rest of the amenities you’ll need to get the most out of
your university years.
The University of Hull - an accessible university
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and diversity as key features within all our activities. We pride
ourselves on making a difference to our students, our staff and to
the businesses we work with.
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