Hull one of the few big cities in the UK with veryyyy reasonable living costs (around 30% cheaper than London). Providing affordable student living facilities, so the student loan can be fully enjoyed!
Opened in 1981 is a sight you can’t miss (literally!!) when you visit hull. With a country park nearby is a trip well worth doing.
Spoils you for choice with Hull being home to 3 great shopping centers: St. Stephens, Princes Quay and prospect center.
One of Europe’s largest travelling funfairs. Reaching its 700th anniversary as one of Hull’s oldest traditions, is an annual event that can’t be missed whenever you come to Hull.
UK city of culture 2017
Being recognised as the UK city of culture 2017, Hull is expecting a full years of cultural diversified events each better than the last.
Endless sightseeing venues
History in abundance- Ranging from the Maritime museum to the Ferens art gallery all with free entry as you know you can’t put a price on knowledge!
The deep- An aquarium, museum and environmental charity. For around £10 can get you unlimited entrance for a year!
Hull University with its excellent teaching quality, excellent subject setting, good campus environment and learning. Here to give you a brief introduction to the University of Hull campus life in Hull.
1. Hull has a strategic location and convenient transportation
Hull, is located in Yorkshire, England, and Hull is strategically located about 250 miles from London.It takes about two hours to reach London by train. Only 20 miles from Humberside Airport.
2. About the traffic
A main road runs through the school, if you want to go to the city center, the bus only takes 20 minutes.
3. Hull University Union
There’s a £3.2m nightclub on the Hull Campus in the student union, entirely funded by the students’ union which attracts well known acts throughout the year.
4. The Well Equipped library
Further improvements were made to the Brynmor Jones Library in 2014, with £28m having been invested to provide improved facilities for students and staff alike.