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ONCAMPUS Hull is based on the campus of the University of Hull, one of the oldest universities in England. If you study at ONCAMPUS Hull you are guaranteed progression to the University of Hull on successful completion of your Foundation programme.

Integrated CAS (iCAS) availability

ONCAMPUS Hull is offering Integrated CAS (iCAS) for a range of progression degrees.


Official Team GB University Partner

offering students opportunities for collaboration until 2024
Ranked 4th

for Chemical Engineering
Guardian University Guide 2024

Rated Gold

by the
Teaching Excellence Framework 2023

  • The University of Hull was was rated Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) 2023 - the highest possible ranking for teaching quality and student success
  • The University of Hull is the 14th oldest university in England
  • More than 2,500 international students from more than 100 countries around the world.

The University of Hull has expertise in:

Business, Economics, Finance and Management

  • A leading Business School dedicated to the development of responsible leadership in a complex world. To achieve this, the Business School encourages a unique approach called ‘Connected Thinking’ - a perspective which builds an understanding of the complexities in the global business environment.
  • The Business School holds multiple industry accreditations as well as independent international accreditations such as AACSB, held by less than 5% of the world’s 13,000 business programmes.
  • Many undergraduate courses provide graduates with professional accreditation or membership of professional bodies and/or exemptions from professional examinations,including CIMA and ACCA.

Engineering and Sciences

  • The content and quality of Hull’s engineering degrees are assessed by professional institutions, primarily the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and the Institution of Engineering and Technology, who have awarded accredited status to Hull’s BEng or MEng degrees against the professional qualification Chartered Engineer (CEng).
  • The school’s strengths include design, manufacture, communications, medical engineering, chemical engineering, energy harvesting and the use of materials in all areas of engineering and technology. This enables them to offer a wide choice of innovative and high-quality courses, with flexibility to switch between topics if you change your mind.
  • All students undertake a final year project. You can choose from an extensive list of projects, most of which are offered in association with the University’s industrial collaborators or directly linked to staff research interests. Alternatively, you can propose your own project or have one provided by your industrial sponsor.


  • The Law School work closely with the Careers Service and local firms to ensure students have access to an array of opportunities to boost their employability, and access information about working in the legal profession.
  • Specialist Law Clinics led by local practitioners in Family Law & Employment Law
  • Local judges, barristers & solicitors assist regularly at competitions.
  • Access to paid month-long internships with local councils.
  • LawCV blog with regular careers & employability posts.
  • Full programme of careers & employability events.


  • The School of Politics, Security and International Relations offers a route through which students can obtain vital work experience.
  • One semester internship for all Single Honours undergraduates. It is a unique opportunity to get invaluable practical experience alongside a top quality academic education in politics.
  • Placement opportunities, including working in the House of Commons or the EU Parliament.
  • Access to paid month-long internships with local councils.
  • Full programme of careers & employability events.

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