Queens Gardens, Wilberforce Drive, Hull, HU1 3DG
Contact: Martin Clappison
Telephone: 01482 329943
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I’m delighted that you are considering Hull College for the next stage of your career journey.
Choosing a college is a huge decision, and the information in this prospectus will paint a picture of who we are, what we do and how we do it, to help you decide if ours is the right one for you.
Here at Hull College we are a family and we take pride in each other’s achievements.
We can offer you an exciting, vibrant and inclusive learning environment, in a central location, with state of the art, industry standard facilities and real, hands on work experience, designed to prepare you for the world of work. Whatever your abilities or ambitions, we’re confident we will have a study programme to meet your needs.
But don’t take my word for it. Visit our award winning* website for further information and come along to one of our open events to speak to our tutors and experience firsthand everything we have to offer; I’m certain you’ll want to return!
We look forward to welcoming you to the family.
Chief Executive, Hull College Group
What Makes Us Different
93% of our students progress to jobs or further study
Industry standard recording studios, kitchens and salons
Do the business: We have links with employers such as Siemens, Trident and Rollits providng you with work placements and live breifs.
City Centre campus in the heart of the UK City of Culture 2017
Become a star our students' successes feature in the newspapers, on the radio and on TV every week.
If you are aged 16 to 19 and studying a full or part-time course you may be eligible to apply for a Student Maintenance Allowance. As part of the SMA bursary you will also be eligible for free transport to and from the College.
Students aged 16 to 18 who received free meals at school will be able to apply for a meal deal voucher to use on campus. If you are aged 19 to 25 and are subject to a Learning Difficulty Assessment (LDA) or Education Health and Care Plan (EHC Plan) and ESF students aged 16 to 18 are also entitled to a free meal depending on whether you meet the proposed criteria.
The College has a specialist team of support workers available to provide dedicated support to students who require it. It is essential that students who require additional support should notify the College of any learning difficulty or disability before starting any course. Support is also available for any student who requires assistance with English, maths or language skills.
The Hull College Group Counselling Service provides free, confidential and professional counselling as part of the College’s commitment to the mental wellbeing of students. Anyone can refer themselves, or be referred by a member of staff and can attend counselling around any issue that may be affecting them, whether it is personal or related to the College. Information can be found via the Hull College website or Moodle.
The Hull College Group recognises its legal duties and responsibilities to safeguard and promote the welfare of everyone who attends the College. The College works with the local Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults Boards and other agencies ensuring staff are well trained to support anyone who may have concerns about their safety or concerns regarding abuse or neglect. We also have dedicated staff to support you with any welfare or guidance concerns you may have.
Applying for Courses
How to apply?
The application process begins in October and continues throughout the year. Whilst this will vary depending on the programme you are interested in, you will generally follow this path:
- Attend one of our Open Events
- Complete an application
- Join us for a one-to-one meeting and assessment
- Attend one of our Applicant Days
- Receive confirmation of a place
- Studies begin the following September
Our friendly admissions team are here to guide you from application right the way through to enrolment. We strongly advise a visit to one of our open events so you get the chance to talk to tutors and see for yourself how Hull College can support you on your journey to your dream job.
Good luck with your applications!
If you are considering Hull College for your further studies then please come along to one of our open events, held across all sites. You will have the opportunity to see our excellent facilities and talk to our experienced tutors, who are on hand to provide you with information and advice about the courses we offer.
Sat 6th October 2018, 10am-2pm, All sites
Thu 25th October 2018, 5-8pm, All sites
Tues 13th November 2018, 5-8pm, All sites
Sat 1st December 2018, 10am-2pm, All sites
Tues 15th January 2019, 5-8pm, All sites
Tues 12th March 2019, 5-8pm, All sites
Sat 18th May 2019, 10am-2pm All sites
Sat 22nd June 2019, 10am-2pm All sites
Sites and Courses
The Cannon Street Centre - Motor Vehicle courses
The Queen’s Gardens Site - All other courses
How to find us
Hull College, Queen’s Gardens, Hull, HU1 3DG
See our website on how to find us http://www.hull-college.ac.uk/how-to-get-here-1