Hull College

Less than an hour's drive from Leeds, Lincoln and York, Hull College's main campus overlooks the centre of a vibrant maritime city currently undergoing major regeneration. As one of the largest FE providers in the region, the College is proud of its new £11 million learning complex (supported with funding provided by the LSC and Hull Cityventure, through Yorkshire Forward's SRB) and £200k re-modelling programme to its existing buildings. Further developments are also underway to create a brand new Hull College Motor Vehicle Training Centre in Cannon Street, due to open in September 2005.

Along with its sister site, Goole College, Hull College has four centres of excellence. Learning and leisure facilities are second to none, from the 200 seat working theatre and Media suites to Charlotte's silver service training restaurant. The great choice also includes Browns Bookshop, onsite travel agency - Good Travel, hair and beauty salons, libraries, cafes, and Ofsted assessed childcare centres. You can even study at the Learning Zone within Hull's Kingston Communications Stadium!

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Hull

United Kingdom

Address:
Park Street
HU2 8RR
Phone: (01482) 598754 ext 2054
Fax: (01482) 598989
Website: http://www.hull-college.a


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Our Aims

Core principles and beliefs on which the college is based:

Learning and teaching should be relevant, flexible, accessible, challenging, enriching, enhancing, enjoyable and rewarding.
Every individual with whom we interact will be respected as of right and given an equal opportunity to reach their personal goals.
Our actions will support an ethos of integrity characterised by good communication, effective listening, openness, honesty and trustworthiness.
By working in conjunction with other parties we set the highest standards of professionalism.
We promote a culture which encourages and supports innovation, imagination, creativity and responsiveness to support the needs of learners and the wider community.
We strive for continuous improvement in all aspects of our work through open debate, praise of our staff and sharing of good practice.
We value and develop our purpose through the contributions of both individuals and team work.
We strive for excellence and learn from experience and especially from our mistakes.
We value and celebrate personal achievement and success.

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Location and Getting there

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Department and information about the department

Art and Design students can choose from an impressive range of subject areas including photography, graphics, illustration, fashion, fine art, textiles and 3D. Programmes are supported by well equipped workshops and superb studios in which to study. The outstanding facilities have been further enhanced by progression opportunities within the new ‘Hull School of Art & Design’ building at the Queen’s Gardens Centre. Many students have achieved outstanding competition and job success nationally and the School enjoys excellent links with employers, local partners and other educational institutions.

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News and Events

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Information For  Undergraduates

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Information For  International Students

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Student Support

Hull College’s friendly Student Services Team is based at the college’s Queen’s Gardens site and offers a service at every college site. At Hull College we put you, our learner, first. Support and Guidance for Learners is recognised by Ofsted, the inspection body for colleges, as outstanding.

The college is committed to ensuring that all learners receive the very highest level of support, from initial enquiry and application, though to successful completion and progression to further study, training or employment we are here to support you.

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Student Life

The college’s Student Association is affiliated to the National Union of Students and offers you the opportunity upon joining to benefit from the generous discounts that are available nationally to all NUS members. The Association provides a Student Common Room for you to relax in and an opportunity for you to stand for membership of the Student Council to make a real contribution to the development of the college community.

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Accommodation

The student services team is able to provide you with Information and advice on a range of accommodation that is available to learners living away from home.

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How To Apply

If you are looking to study one of our full-time courses then you can apply up to the date that the course starts. However the earlier you apply the more likely you are to secure a place on the course of your choice. Ideally you should be looking to submit your application form 6 months before the start date of your choosen course. There are a number of ways you can apply.

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Visit us (open days)

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Request a prospectus (Number, e-mail or follow link)

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