University of Hullhttp://www.hull.ac.uk/
The University of Hull was founded in 1927. Located on Cottingham Road in Hull, with just one building (now the Venn Building), the then-University College Hull was an outpost of the University of London and offered courses only in the arts and pure sciences. But now, the University of Hull offers more than 900 courses, at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. All the course programmes offered by the university cover the full range of academic subjects: arts, humanities, health, sciences and social sciences.
With 18,000 students enrolled per year, the academic portfolio of the University of Hull contains 50 disciplines across the arts and humanities, business, education, health, the sciences, and the social sciences. The university has also developed expertise in the field of robotics and, more recently, in virtual reality systems. The courses in History, Law, English, Geography, Asian Studies, Politics and Music, offered by the University of Hull, were all awarded a Grade 5 ('internationally excellent') in the last national Research Assessment Exercise.
The university is actively involved in a wide range of partnerships with organisations and businesses from the public and private sectors, including Smith and Nephew, BAE Systems, The Deep, Reckitt Benckiser Healthcare, Yorkshire Cancer Research and Hull City Council.
University of Hull
Cottingham Road, HU6 7RX, Hull
East Riding of Yorkshire, Yorkshire and the Humber Region
Tel: 0148 234 6311,