** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be notified of acceptance into this program within 1 week of submitting complete application and will be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Since its opening in 1928, the University of Hull has grown to approximately 16,300 students. Situated in the leafy residential suburb of Newland, 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.
The nine-storey Brynmor Jones Library anchors the centre of the campus, while the students’ union building is the hub of social activity. Right on campus there are numerous cafes, coffee shops, and restaurants; 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 University of Hull in the country’s top ten for on-campus shops and amenities.
Surrounded by beautiful countryside, Hull is in the Yorkshire region, which features open plains, rolling hills and wild, rugged coastline. The nearby North York Moors National Park has almost 2,300 km of hiking and horse trails.
While attending the University of Hull, you will enroll in 3 classes, each worth 5 U.S. semester hour credits. Some classes may be more or fewer credits. Each Hull credit equals 0.5 U.S. semester hour credits. Each class that you will take at the University of Hull must be approved by UAB via the course articulation process.
Course articulation is the process that determines the UAB equivalent for the foreign courses you will take and is a vital component of planning your experience. This process starts when you submit, to the Office of Education Abroad, a syllabus for each course you intend to take while abroad. Then the Office of Education Abroad works with the UAB Registrar, UAB department chairs, and advisors to determine the UAB course equivalency for each of your intended courses.
The good news is that many classes at the University of Hull have already been articulated! To review the list of pre-articulated classes, please click on the Courses Offered link above. To review all classes available at the University of Hull, please click here.
Courses are available in Accounting, American Studies, Anthropology, Arabic, Astronomy, Biology, Biomedical Studies, Biotechnology, Business, Cell Biology, Cellular and Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Chinese, Clinical Nursing Lead, College of Arts and Sciences, Communication Studies, Computer Science, Counseling, Human Services, Curriculum Education, Early Childhood Education, Earth Science, Economics, Education, Educational Leadership, Educational Psychology, Educational Technology, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Elementary and Early Childhood, Elementary Education, Engineering, English, Environmental Science, Finance, Foreign Languages, Foundations of Education, French, Geography, German, Health and Physical Education, Health Behavior, Health Care Management, Health Care Organization, History, Humanities, Information Systems, Informative Engineering and Management, International Business, International Studies, Italian, Japanese, Justice Sciences, Kinesiology, Linguistics, Management, Marine Environmental Science, Marketing, Mass Communication, Material Science and Engineering, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Medical School, Microbiology, Middle School Education, Music, Natural Sciences/Math, Neurobiology, Nursing, Nutrition Sciences, Oncology, Pathology, Pharmacology, Philosophy, Physical Education, Physical Science, Physics, Physiology and Biophysics, Political Science, Public Health, Quantitative Methods, Rehabilitation Sciences, Social and Behavorial Sciences, Social Work, Sociology, Spanish, Special Education, Theatre, Toxicology, Urban Affairs, and Women's Studies.
The Lawns is a student village, located in 40 acres of landscaped parkland, made up of seven residence halls home to almost 1,000 students. All rooms are single and you'll find a mixture of en-suite rooms and rooms with shared bathroom facilities. The Lawns Halls are semi-catered which means you get an evening meal each day, with the exception of Nicholson Hall and the Lawns Bungalows which are self-catered. The Lawns are located in the nearby village of Cottingham, connected to campus via a bus, which is free to residents and runs about every 15 minutes from 6:00 am to midnight.