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The University of Hull shines a light on learning

Originally founded in 1927, the University of Hull is located in the centre of the East Yorkshire city and boasts a student population of more than 16,000. The university's motto is Lampada Ferens, which translates as 'carrying the light of learning'.

Immerse yourself in top local attractions

A visit to the University of Hull is an ideal opportunity to also explore some of the attractions that the city has to offer. Families are certainly sure to enjoy The Deep, an aquarium and sealife centre which features an underwater viewing tunnel and boasts an impressive array of more than 3,000 creatures. Alternatively, those keen to learn more about the city's port heritage can enjoy the local maritime museum and its extensive collection of artefacts.

Plenty do in the local area

If you are interested in exploring areas outside of the city, head north to Bridlington to enjoy a traditional British day out at the seaside. History lovers could also take a day trip to York, which is about an hour's drive away, to explore the city's incredibly rich Roman and Viking heritage. Looking for a cheap hotel Near the University of Hull? Travelodge Hull Central Hotel is a great value accommodation option, while Travelodge Hull South Cave Hotel is just a short journey from the city centre.