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Admissions

All prospective students are interviewed by the Principal, Mr Hull. Students wishing to join the full-time college programme sit placement tests in English, Mathematics, French and German (if they are not native speakers of German) so we can determine the most suitable class for their educational needs. Adult professionals intending to join the part-time programme sit a placement test in English and follow a tailor-made study programme.

Pastoral care

Hull's School is committed to the growth and well-being of each student. Students have access to pastoral counsellors, with whom they meet regularly to ensure that their physical, social, intellectual, emotional and spiritual needs are met.

Small classes

The maximum class size is 16 students.

International Student Identity Card

Students receive an International Student Identity Card (ISIC).

Report cards
(Academic performance and social competencies)

Report cards for students in the first year (EC1) are issued in October, December, April and July. Students in the second and third years (EC2 and EC3) receive their report cards in November, March and July.

In the fourth year, (EC4) students receive report cards in November and in March, but not in July, as the final results of external examinations are available in August.

I enjoyed and value the college at Hull's school for its profound education and the incomparable location in the heart of Zurich.

Nathalie Zimmermann

Hull's School

Hull’s School not only pushed my international career goals, but during this period of my life, I connected with many fascinating and inspiring colleagues, who became very close friends and helped me build my professional network.

Eva Pellegrini