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Accommodation

Whichever accommodation you choose, you can be sure of a friendly welcome, an excellent support network, and access to a range of social activities.

Students outside accommodation at the University of Hull

Gateway Year

Medicine with a Gateway Year students are based at the University of Hull campus for their Gateway Year.

After you have successfully completed the Gateway Year, you can choose to continue your Medicine studies at either of our parent universities: the University of Hull or the University of York.

Find out more about accommodation on University of Hull website.

Accommodation on campus

Phase I (Year 1 and 2)

When you receive your offer to study with us, you will be allocated a home campus of either the University of Hull or the University of York, where you will be based for the first two years of your programme.

Both universities offer a variety of modern, comfortable accommodation at prices to suit all budgets. Provided you apply by the relevant university’s deadline and meet any additional conditions they have, you are guaranteed a room that is owned, managed or approved by the University of Hull or York.

In Hull, this will be within our well-appointed on-campus accommodation which includes a variety of options from shared campus houses to apartments, while in York you will become a member of one of the University’s eight undergraduate colleges, which provide a sense of inclusivity and community.

Whichever style of accommodation you opt for, you can be sure of a friendly welcome, an excellent support network, and access to a range of social activities during welcome week and beyond.

Find out more about University of Hull accommodation or University of York accommodation.

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Accommodation on clinical placements

Phase II and III (Years 3 to 5)

For the remainder of the Medicine programme, you will be on clinical placement, rotating around our clinical sites.

Currently, students in years 3 to 5 are expected to maintain accommodation in their home campus city (Hull or York) throughout the programme, but are provided with NHS accommodation for any placement away from their home campus.

We regularly review our placement offering to ensure you get the very best clinical experience across our region, and so it is possible that changes to the way we deliver placements may become necessary in future years.