University of Hull to launch London Study Centre

The University of Hull is delighted to announce the launch of the new London Study Centre, providing students with the opportunity to study on our outstanding Hull programmes whilst immersing themselves in the professional hub of the capital.

Situated in Bloomsbury – a vibrant and central location in the capital – the Centre will initially offer a range of Business programmes, including MSc Business Management; MSc Logistics and Supply Chain Management; and MSc Digital Marketing and Advertising.

The University is collaborating with Cambridge Education Group to launch the Centre, which will see three intakes per year, with the first intake commencing in May 2024. The world-class programmes, developed by University of Hull academics, will be taught face to face and students will benefit from remarkable student support to ensure their personal success.

Professor Dave Petley, Vice-Chancellor at the University of Hull, said: “This is an incredibly exciting time for the University of Hull. The London Study Centre will provide students the chance to study on leading academic programmes in the capital, whilst retaining the identity, heritage and standards of our wonderful University.

“It will empower our students to develop the skills and knowledge they need to thrive in their chosen fields, whilst providing opportunities to engage with the local community and professional networks, ensuring they gain invaluable experience and connections.

“The expertise and proven track record of Cambridge Education Group in providing high-quality education and support to students will be instrumental in making the London Study Centre a success.”

With its central London location, students will have easy access to all the city has to offer, including world-class museums, theatres and restaurants. The Centre is equipped with modern facilities and technology, providing students with the ideal environment to learn and develop their skills.

Brendan Webb, CEO, Commercial of Cambridge Education Group, said, “We are thrilled to be partnering with the University of Hull to bring their renowned academic programmes to the heart of London. This partnership aligns perfectly with our mission to provide students with access to exceptional education opportunities, equipping them with the skills they need to succeed in their careers.”

The launch of the London Study Centre marks a significant step forward in the University of Hull and Cambridge Education Group’s internationalisation strategies. Both institutions are committed to providing students with global perspectives and the skills they need to excel in a rapidly changing world.

Chris Macallister, Dean of the London Study Centre, said: “The team in London look forward to welcoming our first students in May, bringing the excellence of Hull’s teaching to the Capital.”

Applications for the first student intake in 2024 are now open. For more information, please visit