Welcome to a City like no other,
welcome to Hull
You’re in for a surprise studying in Hull
In Hull city centre you can find England’s smallest window, traditional pubs dating from the 1600s, free museums, galleries, unbelievable architecture and beautiful public spaces.
Hull boasts more art, music and theatre festivals than months in the year, and the redeveloped Fruit Market area (just around the corner from Hull School of Art & Design) boasts creative ventures from independent cinema, unique cafes, vintage fashion to jewellery making workshops.
The School of Art is situated in the heart of Hull overlooking the tranquil Queen’s Gardens, in our vibrant, energetic Yorkshire city; the tenth largest city in England.
You can drink and chill by the side of our beautiful marina situated close by, which offers some fantastic views and a chance to take in the relaxed atmosphere (unless there’s a festival on…and we have quite a few).
Rough Guides named Hull as one of the top 10 cities in the world to visit in 2016.
We have a festivals that celebrate Freedom, Folk, Jazz, Food, Heritage, Music, Diversity, Literacy, Independent Cinema, Comedy to name but just a few.
Rated among the UK’s best destinations by the Daily Telegraph.
We are also UK City of Culture 2017. The city centre will be at the heart of the biggest party Hull has ever seen; a 365-day programme of the best art, music, performance and events in the country. Our students are part of this once in a lifetime opportunity.
“As the famous poet Larkin put it, people are slow to leave, quick to return… a city that is in the world yet sufficiently on the edge.”