Hull College has a range of programs to choose from and excellent facilities on its campuses. The college’s main campus is situated in the centre of Hull city and this town acts as a stunning backdrop. They also have sites at the Steve Prescott Centre, Cannon Street, and Portobello Street. In addition, they have the Hull School of Art and Design and the Alex Henderson building which are spaces dedicated to the Faculty of Management Health and Technology and the Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries. Some of the incredible facilities the college offers include the library, Mac Suite, the Motor Vehicle Repair Centre, the Mechanical Engineering Workshop, the Music Studio, the Motor Vehicle Workshop, the Childcare Centre, the Riverside Theatre, Hairdressing and Beauty Salons, restaurant, and more. Their programs range from entry to master’s level qualifications. They offer a range of professional and technical qualifications and pride themselves on their commitment to preparing students for the working world.
Types of Programs They Run
Hull College has a wide range of programs to choose from that cover a variety of disciplines. Some of these include children’s learning and development, engineering technology, education, creative practice, business, management, criminology, psychology, fashion, photography, graphic design, illustration, music, beauty therapy, construction, and more. Their programs offer accreditations such as Bachelor’s of Art (BA), Master of Art (MA), Graduate Certificate, Bachelor’s of Design (BDES), and more. Some of the courses allow for part-time learning also so you can work while you study.
Those looking to study full-time undergraduate programs at Hull College must make their application via the UCAS. To do this, visit www.ucas.com and start filling in your online application. Remember to include the correct institution and course codes on your application, these can be found on the Hull College website. Once you have submitted your application, the admission team will review it and contact you in the weeks following. For postgraduate and all other types of courses, you can apply directly on the Hull College website. This means all you have to do is visit the webpage of your chosen course and click the apply button. From there, you will be redirected to an online application form to fill out. Be sure to check the entry requirements and the course description before applying. After you have completed and submitted your application, it will be reviewed by the admissions team and they will let you know in the weeks following whether they would like to offer you a place on the course.
Hull College does not have its own dedicated student housing, however, given the college’s location, there are lots of other suitable options.
Scholarships and Financial Support
Hull College has a number of bursaries available to help students financially. Some of these include the 16 – 19 Bursary fund, the Care Leavers Bursary, the Disability Living Allowance, the Discretionary Bursary, Income Support, and much more. For further information about these financial supports including the eligibility criteria and further advice, visit the Hull College website or email email@example.com
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