Among the oldest universities in the UK, the University of Hull has announced that international students will now be able to participate in the admission process for the September 2021 session. Additionally, the university has also announced a revised special fee structure for the full-time master’s programmes offered by the university for the 2021-22 academic session.
With the world recovering from the effects of the pandemic, especially financial burdens which have increased over the past year, the university has aimed to ease the financial burden on the students for the 2021-22 academic session. As per the notification, the University of Hull will be matching international student fees for the Master’s programmes to the UK fee structure.
The University of Hull offers world-renowned Master’s programmes under the four different faculties. The recipient of the Silver Award in the UK’s Teaching Excellence Framework in 2018, students can pursue programmes under the Faculty of Arts, Culture sand Education, the Faculty of Health Sciences, the Faculty of Business, Law and Politics and the Faculty of Science and Engineering.
Students who wish to pursue any one of the master’s programmes under different faculties will be charged tuition fees, as outlined below:
Hull University Business School - Starting from £9,600, except for EMBA
The Law School & Department of Politics - Starting from £7,850
Faculty of Arts, Cultures & Education - £7,850 except for PGCE, which starts from £9,250
Faculty of Health Sciences - £9,000 except for MA in Social Work and HYMS programmes.
Faculty of Science and Engineering - £9,000
Adapting to the new norm, as a result of the pandemic, aspirants are hesitant to travel to study in the UK and some of the populated cities, in a bid to remain safe. Thus, the University of Hull has offered a Master’s programme which is claimed to be well-rounded, facilitating cultural exposure in a safe environment.
About the Univerity of Hull
A public research university with a legacy of academic distinction, the University of Hull carries a history of inspiring and generating “life-changing” research. The postgraduate programmes offered by the University of Hull include independent research opportunities, thus, allowing students to start working towards building careers or even a PhD thesis. The Times Higher Education ranked the University among the top 50 institutions for research power.
With over 14,500 students currently enrolled in the University of Hull, the university offers tailored career support and hands-on learning as well as networking opportunities. As per the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education survey 2016/17, 97.7% of the international graduates were able to find employment within six months.