Advice for international students
We are very much looking forward to welcoming you to study with us here at Hull. We understand that circumstances surrounding COVID-19 may have raised some additional questions or challenges for you, and we wanted to advise you of some key pieces of information and contact points for help and support.
Enrolment and arrival
• You can find important and detailed information on arrival and settling in on MyJourney.hull.ac.uk.
• You must enrol online before 16 October 2020. When you arrive in the UK (and have completed a period of self-isolation) you will need to visit the campus to complete your enrolment.
• You should arrive as soon as you can in September and October if your programme begins in September 2020. We are aware that there may be some delays to your arrival because of flight availability or visa application delays. We will support you online in your own country until such time as you get the required visa and flights.
• You will be able to start your programme online in your own country only in the following circumstances:
-- lack of flight availability
-- visa problems
-- COVID-19 measures restricting travel from or in your country.
• Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us when you will be arriving, so that we can support you academically until you arrive in Hull.
• If you have not yet applied for a visa, you will need to do so as you have all of the necessary documentation ready for your application.
• Please note that you should arrive on campus in January only if your programme begins in January.
• You will be guaranteed accommodation on campus as long as you apply by 13 October.
• To arrange to be picked up from the airport (London Heathrow, London Gatwick,Birmingham, Manchester, Humberside and Leeds Bradford), please fill in the form :
Self-isolation on arrival
• You will need to self-isolate for two weeks when you arrive in Hull, unless you are from a country identified as exempt by the UK Government. Please note, this guidance is subject to change, so please keep up-to-date with the latest advice.
-- If you have booked University accommodation it will be free of charge during the two weeks of self-isolation.
-- If you are living on campus, you will be provided with a support package during the self-isolate period, including a daily provision of breakfast, lunch and evening meal;bed linen (where needed); and our Student Life team will provide online activities and additional pastoral care.
--If you have any additional questions or concerns, please contact us at email@example.com – we are here to help