The University of Hull is committed to the equal and fair consideration of all applicants to all programmes of study.
You can read a comprehensive summary of our policies and practices relating to the admission process here.
Any applicant who is not successful can ask for feedback on the reason for the decision. For most applicants, this will be given in their decision letter.
Requests for feedback should be made in writing by letter or email within 30 days of the notification of the decision. The University will normally respond within 14 days.
UCAS, including MA Social Work and PGCE, applicants should refer to the guidance on UCAS Track on how to request feedback.
For more information, please see our policy on feedback to unsuccessful applicants. Information about the admissions policy of the Hull York Medical School is available here.
Any applicants who feel they have been unfairly treated can lodge an official complaint to the University.