Building for the future

Library composite image, March 2013

Since opening its doors back in 1928, the University of Hull has been committed to providing students with first-class facilities and an ideal environment in which to live and learn. And we are continuing to do so.

The University has started a £27.4m project to dramatically improve and modernise its Brynmor Jones Library, located on the Hull campus. The redevelopment will transform the building inside and out, creating a stunning new focal point for students, staff, and visitors alike... [Read more about the library investment].

Work has also been completed on a new biomedical research facility at the University, made possible by a £1.5 million donation from leading Hull businessman, Dr Assem Allam...[Find out more about the new Allam Building]. 

Here is an overview of other work that has been carried out at the University...

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