The University of Hull2014 League Table Ranking 53
2014 Overall Score 622
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- Foundation stone laid in 1928 by George VI, then Duke of York.
- A Royal charter, granted in 1954; Hull is the fourteenth-oldest University in England.
- In the 1970s, the university's chemistry labs developed the first viable liquid crystal technology.
Location and transport
- The university has campuses in Hull and Scarborough.
- Hull and Scarborough have good transport links; there are eight direct trains a day from Hull to London.
- 180 to 390 entry points required, depending on the course.
- Visit the website for more about entry requirements at the University of Hull.
- Women 55% : men 45%.
- 13,700 full-time undergraduates, 6,600 part-time undergraduates, 1,600 full-time postgraduates, 900 part-time postgraduates; 17% overseas students.
- 95.8% of undergraduates are from state schools.
- Five applications per place, on average.
- Free elective modules allow students to acquire credit in a subject outside of their degree.
- Through passport language courses, students can learn a language and gain credits towards their degree.
- Ranked joint 8th in England (excluding specialist and private institutions) in the 2011 National Student Survey.
- Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website for information on the disability service at the University of Hull.
- Oscar-winning Director Anthony Minghella.
- Poet Roger McGough.
- BBC Radio 4 presenter Jenni Murray.
- Journalist and former Beirut hostage John McCarthy.
- Chairman and CEO of The Coca-Cola Company Muhtar Kent.
- CEO of BSkyB Jeremy Darroch.
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