University of Hull
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INFORMATION BELOW IS VALID FOR UMSL STUDENTS ONLY
Location: Kingston upon Hull, England, Europe
Program Type: UMSL Exchange Program through the MAUI-Utrecht Network Exchange Consortium
Language of Instruction: English
UMSL Term Abroad: Academic Year, Spring. Students interested in attending for the Fall semester must make arrangments to determine if exams may be taken early.
Approximate Dates Abroad:
Academic Year: Late September - Mid June
Spring Semester: Early February - Mid June
Application Deadline: We encourage applicants to this program to apply early - your chances of admission are increased by doing so. Students interested in competitive locations, such as this one, should apply in February of the year academic year prior to term. For example, if you are interested in the Spring 2016, apply in January 2015.
- Fall/Academic Year: February 16 (final)
- Spring: February 16 (final). If after this date, see a Study Abroad Coordinator to determine whether or not placement is still available.
UMSL Study Abroad Eligibility Requirements. This program is mostly suitable for students who are flexible in their credit taking. Students are advised to have extra study-units (classes) in mind in case of any arising clashes in the time-table.
The University: The main University campus is in beautiful grounds, just three miles from the centre of Hull, with its shops, nightlife and historic buildings. It is within easy reach of some of the most beautiful countryside in England and is a short distance from the coast. The Scarborough campus is within walking distance of the seafront.
Academics: A key feature of all UK degrees is the requirement to think and learn independently and develop your own ideas while receiving guidance from experienced academics. At the end of your learning experience, you will have developed the ability to critically evaluate information and present it in an effective way.
The subjects are taught in lectures, seminar groups and tutorials. You will be expected to discuss, analyse and form your own opinions about what you are learning. If you study a science subject, you will also learn through practical laboratory work. As an international student you will have a period of adjusting to the new academic system once you begin your studies. You will ﬁnd that we have many services and helpful members of staff who will make this process easier for you. We expect that you seek out support when you need it –do not be shy to ask for assistance when you are uncertain about something.
Housing: Students can choose to live in single or shared rooms in either residences halls or shared student houses.
Activities and Programs:
Location: Hull is a dynamic city on the Humber estuary. It has a reputation for friendliness and one of the lowest costs of living in the UK, making it the ideal place to spend your student years. The city centre has something for everyone. The impressive £200 million St Stephen’s development in the heart of the city is a shopper’s paradise, housing many of the most popular high street brands. Savile Street has designer clothing stores and the Hepworth’s Arcade supplies an eclectic mix of small, independent and unusual shops. Visit the Old Town for its welcoming cafes, traditional pubs and award-winning Museums Quarter.
International Office Website: http://www2.hull.ac.uk/international/exchange__study_abroad.aspx
Course Offerings: http://www2.hull.ac.uk/international/courses.aspx
Cost Estimates for 2014-15*
Use the Budget Worksheet to compare the below cost to your personal budget or living on campus at UMSL.
|HTH mandatory insurance
|Books and course materials
|Meals & Personal Expenses
Course Equivalencies: Each student is responsible for researching what courses are available to take and for obtaining an UMSL equivalent course. The UMSL equivalent course number is the course for which you will receive credit on your UMSL transcript. Finding courses to take while you are abroad requires some time and research. More information is on the course equivalency page.
Upon Acceptance: Students will be required to submit supplemental materials, purchase HTH insurance, and participate in a mandatory orientation. More information will be distributed to all accepted students.
* UMSL tuition fees are based on 12 undergraduate credit hours at the 2014/15 rate - 2015/16 tuition rate TBA April 2015. Non-resident fees may apply.
* Costs are based off a five month semester.
* Airline estimate based off of online search.
* Please note that expenses are ESTIMATES. Costs vary depending on the exchange rate, the inflation rate, individual spending habits, and amount of extra travel. The cost estimate above does not include visa expenses, personal expenses, independent travel, which vary widely from student to student.
* Program information is subject to change.
* The University of Hull requires that you show a minimum of 800pounds per month in an account at the time of application (current as of Feb. 2014).