CEG partners with University of Hull

04 August, 2015


Cambridge Education Group (CEG) has announced the University of Hull, UK, as the latest partner for its Oncampus brand, offering undergraduate foundation programmes from January.



The University of Hull, the latest pathway partner for Cambridge Education Group


Oncampus Hull will offer successful students guaranteed progression to a range of business and engineering undergraduate degrees, as well as the four-year integrated Master’s in Engineering (MEng).

In a statement, CEG said, “Hull is a campus university which blends the traditional with the innovative so students can experience life on a beautiful green and leafy 125-acre campus, complete with ivy-clad old buildings, while taking advantage of a cutting edge environment that embraces technology, social connectivity, modern facilities and a global outlook.”

Professor Calie Pistorius, Vice Chancellor at the institution, said, “The University of Hull is delighted to enter into this partnership with Cambridge Education Group which will see the Oncampus Hull programme offer high-quality, tailored teaching to a wider range of international students.

“We already welcome 1,500 international students and we were recently given a five-star rating for our internationalisation, teaching, employability and facilities by world university ranking experts QS. This demonstrates the university’s global outlook and continued commitment to providing first-class learning and teaching, as well as an outstanding student experience.”

Fergus Brownlee, Chief Executive of CEG, said, “Oncampus Hull is a great new partnership that builds on our reputation for delivering quality pathway programmes. It offers international students an excellent opportunity to secure guaranteed entry into the highly respected business and engineering degrees at the University of Hull.”

The University of Hull is the 12th partner institution in the UK for the Oncampus brand, which also operates in the USA, the Netherlands and from next year in Sweden.  


Matthew Knott
News Editor

 

 

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