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Welcome to Hull College Group


The Hull College Group is a uniquely diverse organisation and we take pride in the fact that we put the students at the heart of everything we do.

As a Group we are committed to improving the skills, employability and progression opportunities for all of our students. We’re proud of the accomplishments our students continue to make, as well as the successes demonstrated by our alumni as they go on to forge fulfilling and prosperous careers.

As a student you can be sure that from the time you arrive at one of the Hull College Group sites in Hull, Goole or Harrogate, you will find experienced tutors providing the highest standard of teaching and learning with excellent facilities to help you succeed. We also continue to develop relationships with businesses across the region, both to provide opportunities to students and to work alongside employers to upskill their workforce.

All of our programmes are designed to help you succeed, and we work closely with stakeholders across the region to ensure we cater for both students and businesses alike. I hope you will find all the information you need on our website, but feel free to contact us with any questions you may have – we are always happy to help.

I look forward to welcoming you to the Hull College Group in the near future.

Gary Warke, Hull College Group Chief Executive

About us

  • We have links with employers such as Siemens, Trident & Rollits providing you with work placements and live briefs
  • City centre campus in the heart of the UK City of Culture 2017
  • Cafes and restaurants on every campus with great value food and drink
  • Industry standard recording studios, kitchens and salons
  • Our students' successes feature in newspapers on the radio and on TV every week
  • 91 % of our students progress to jobs or further study

 

Facilities available

Rooms to relax in

At Hull College we want you to make the most of your social times as well as your study time, and that’s why we have a range of relaxation areas within all college sites. At the Queens Garden site students have their own common rooms where they can challenge their mates to games of pool or just relax while enjoying a
snack.

Cafés and Restaurants

Food, glorious food! The College’s Cafes and restaurants provide a fine selection of food at very acceptable prices. Charlotte’s Restaurant is a fully licensed silver service restaurant open for staff, students and visitors.

Hair and Beauty Salons

Hair and Beauty treatments are offered within the College’s own modern, fully equipped training salons at very excellent value for money. Students and members of the public are welcome to book themselves in for treatments, which mirror industry
standards. Open during term time only.

Childcare

If you need childcare to enable you to study, look no further than one of the Hull College Childcare Centres.  Fully qualified staff and centres that are OFSTED approved can offer stimulation and care of your child. All of our centres participate in the Government Nursery Grant Initiative. 

We provide a wide variety of play and learning opportunities for children under five years of age. The centres use a balance of free-flow and structured sessions to provide children with the opportunity to participate in a range of activities. These are based around the Early Learning Goals and the Birth to Three Matters, which help children develop physically, emotionally and intellectually.

Hull College has two childcare centres: one at the Queens Gardens Centre, and one at the West Park Childcare Centre. These centres serve all College sites.

Libraries

The College’s libraries are well stocked with reading and learning materials to support your coursework.  With a wide range of CDs, books, videos, DVDs, newspapers and journals, as well as general interest and fiction titles, you will find everything you need for your studies, as well as plenty of material available for your own leisure. The  materials in each library are continuously updated, ensuring that all content is relevant and up to date.

Every site in Hull also has its own library, with its contents tailored more towards the
reading list of the subjects studied there.  Our libraries have designated study spaces, state of the art internet facilities, as well as other cutting edge and current electronic resources for students to use. A team of helpful staff are always present and happy to assist, including a dedicated HE Librarian.

Additional support

If you are aged between 16 and 18. Students aged between 19 and 25 who are subject to a Learning Difficulty Assessment (LDA) or Education Health and Care Plan (EHC Plan) and ESF students aged between 16 and 18 are also entitled to a free meal if they meet the proposed criteria.


Additional Support

The College’s response to Equality of Opportunity is acknowledged by Ofsted as being outstanding and the specialist team of support workers is available to provide dedicated support. It is essential that you notify the College of any learning difficulty or disability before starting your course in order for us to provide the relevant
support for your studies.

Support is also available for any student who requires assistance with English, maths or language skills - our highly trained team will assess individual needs and agree a personal development plan with each student.

Safeguarding

The Hull College Group recognises its legal duties and responsibilities to safeguard and promote the welfare of everyone who attends the College. The Hull College Group works with the local Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults Boards and other agencies ensuring our 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.
 

Counselling

The Hull College Group Counselling Service provides free, confidential and professional counselling and is available to both students and College staff at all sites.  Anyone can refer themselves, or be referred by a member of staff, and can come for counselling around anyissue, whether it is personal or related to College. Information can be found via the Hull College website orMoodle.

How to apply

If you want to apply for courses, you will need to contact Hull College Group directly.

Last updated date: 19 April 2016

Key information

Venues

  • A: Hull College
    • Address:
    • Hull College
    • Queen's Gardens
    • Wilberforce Drive
    • Kingston-upon-Hull
    • HU1 3DG
    • Telephone number:
    • Main: 01482329943
    • Website:
    • www.hull-college.ac.uk/
    • Email address:
    • info@hull-college.ac.uk
    • More information:
    • Whether you are cooking within a working restaurant, assisting models at a fashion show, providing beauty treatments to the public, caring for children in a play group or acting in front of a live audience, you’ll be guaranteed an enjoyable and valuable college experience.

      We want you to enjoy your time at Hull College and to help you make the most of your study time and free time too. Students are able to take part in a wide range of social and recreational activities for our students to participate in when they are not studying, as well as discounts, competitions and give-aways. The College is also fortunate to have an active Student Union which hosts an annual ‘Freshers’ Fair’ for students at the beginning of the Autumn term and organises social events throughout the year.

      Hull College students benefit from some of the best facilities in the country – and that’s official! Our most recent Ofsted report stated that the College has “outstanding specialist facilities”.

  • B: Goole College
    • Address:
    • Goole College
    • Boothferry Road
    • Goole
    • DN14 6SR
    • Telephone number:
    • Main: 01405762420
    • Website:
    • www.goole-college.co.uk
    • Email address:
    • gooleinfo@hull-college.ac.uk
    • More information:
    • Students join us at Goole College for a variety of reasons, they may wish to gain qualifications to develop their chosen careers or progress to higher education. Other studentss are interested in gaining new skills to improve their future options. You may also be interested in joining us to develop a hobby or interest. In any case, you can be assured of a warm welcome.

      You can choose from introductory level courses or something more advanced, whether you would like to study on a full-time or part-time basis, or follow a work-based training route, we are sure to have a course to match your interests and future career plans.

      You can be sure that from the time you arrive you will find experienced tutors providing the highest standards to help you achieve your career and learning goals.

      Whatever your age, your lifestyle, commitments or ambition we can help you gain the skills and qualifications you need.