HULL MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIPS
This Scholarship is for Graduate Study in any subject at Masters level at the University of Hull. If awarded a Hull Marshall Scholarship candidates would be expected to study at the University of Hull for at least one year.
The University of Hull is one of the UK’s longest-established institutions of learning. Founded in 1927, it has a proud history of education, innovative research, and contribution to the knowledge economy. The University is committed to social justice and sustainability, and serious about its role in the economic, social and cultural life of its city, region, nation and global partnership.
Throughout its history, the University has welcomed students and staff from around the world. Its teaching and research reflect worldwide knowledge and experience and the importance of international connectivity and collaboration is infused throughout the institution and its activity.
Situated in a city made famous by William Wilberforce, the leading light in the abolition of the international slave trade, the University and the city maintain a focus on social justice. The University’s Wilberforce Institute conducts research into historic slavery, and is also a world-leader in scholarship on modern-day slavery. And Kingston upon Hull – the city’s full name - is a City of Sanctuary.
Hull is situated on a major estuary, and has historic global trading connections. Its location also provides a focus for world-leading research into estuary management, flood risk, and green energy at the University’s Energy and Environment Institute.
The University’s research and practice in Logistics and Supply Chain Management is also globally recognised, and also draws strength from its location in a port city. Research, consultancy and postgraduate education focuses on industry practice and global trade.
Our ambitions are bold and challenging – we’ll pursue our vision with a determination to exceed expectations, to contribute ever greater outcomes towards shaping a better world, and to encourage our students to strive for excellence.
- 97.9% of our international students are in work or further study within 6 months of graduating (HESA 2018)
- Official University partner of Team GB
- Guaranteed on campus accommodation
- £300- million invested in our buildings and facilities over the last 5 years
- Around 100 nationalities represented on campus
- Partnerships with over 200 higher education institutions across the world
- 14th oldest university in England
- Pledged to be carbon neutral by 2027 and currently ahead of target to be so.
- In the top 50 universities for research power in the UK with Geography and Environmental Studies, and Computer Science ranked 3rd and 5th respectively (REF 2014)
- The first university to win the Queen’s Award for Technological Achievement for the creation of liquid crystals technology in its chemistry laboratories, in 1972.
The University is a campus community, with all academic facilities and residential accommodation in a lovely location on the edge of the city. There is very easy access to downtown Hull, with its old docks and marina, and shops, and also to the beautiful countryside and coastline of the ancient East Riding of Yorkshire. Hull enjoys fantastic transport links with the rest of the UK and Europe making it a fantastic base for students looking to experience the sites and culture of the wider UK and Europe.
Hull or to give it its full name Kingston Upon Hull is a city with a strong sense of its own identity and pride in its unique culture and rich history. A costal city with a history of reaching out to and welcoming the world Hull has been home to many trailblazers, mavericks and free thinkers throughout its history. Including Hull-born MP William Wilberforce who devoted his life's work to abolishing slavery, the mathematician John Venn (of Venn diagram fame), the poet Andrew Marvell, the pioneering aviator and symbol of female empowerment Amy Johnson, novelist Winifred Holtby, the poet Philip Larkin was our University Librarian for 30 years and JRR Tolkien once called home the building that now houses the University of Hull’s Global Engagement teams.
Highlights of the city’s cultural calendar include Humber Street Sesh: where 200 bands can be seen. Pride in Hull: the region’s biggest LGBT+ festival, Freedom Festival: a whole weekend dedicated to art, music and theater and Hull fair: one of Europe’s largest traveling fun fairs that has been a highlight of the city’s calendar for over 700 years.
A short bus ride from the city center our single-site campus combines rose filled lawns, ivy-clad red-brick buildings with modern award-winning additions like the Allam Medical Building. On campus you will find everything you need to live and study. Facilities include, on-campus student accommodation, our brand-new gym and sports center, a 7-storey library. Plus bars, coffee shops, a mini-supermarket. Our student union is also home to over 100 societies and sports clubs open to all students.