About University of Hull
The University of Hull is a public research university in Kingston upon Hull, a city in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. The University of Hull has been changing the way people think for 90 years. Their motto, Lampada Ferens, translates as ‘carrying the light of learning’, and over the years, we’ve shared that light with thousands of people from across the world. As England’s 14th-oldest university, the university has a proud heritage of academic excellence, and a history of creating and inspiring life-changing research and has no plans to stop helping to build a better world. The main university campus is in Hull and is home to the Hull York Medical School, a joint initiative with the University of York.
Why Study at University of Hull?
The University has research expertise in social justice, environmental technologies, and maritime history. Our work in healthcare, 3D visualization and nanotechnology are also widely respected. In research terms, is perhaps best known for developing liquid-crystal technology. For that breakthrough, it has been granted Queen’s Award for Technological Achievement. In the 2014 national Research Excellence Framework (REF), 62% of our research was judged to be internationally excellent. The university has been ranked the 61st in UK according to The Times Higher Education.