- £4,000 Scholarship available to all Canadian applicants.
- Over 1,200 alumni working at 83 of the FTSE100 and 157 of the Fortune500 companies.
- A four-star University (QS awards 2015).
The University of Huddersfield’s roots go back 160 years, but its sights are firmly set on the future of its students, and it has close links with industry, business and the cultural community. Courses are modular, with a strong vocational emphasis. Emphasis on work placements in almost all courses has resulted in exceptionally high figures for graduate employment – recent figures showed that Huddersfield was the sixth highest-placed provider for post-university employment.
Huddersfield is a pleasant town and the university’s 24,000 students ensure that it has a lively social scene. The canal that runs through the campus makes for an attractive urban environment. The university’s management is committed to a continuing programme of investment in facilities, and the latest plan is a £22m student learning and leisure centre with vastly improved sports facilities. Within the higher education sector, Huddersfield has a burgeoning reputation for the development and deployment of innovative teaching and learning software.
Colleges and Schools
The University has seven academic schools:
- Applied Sciences
- Art, Design and Architecture
- Computing and Engineering
- Education and Professional Development
- Human and Health Sciences
- Music, Humanities and Media
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Over 19,000 students and over 2,000 staff.
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The library and computing centre is at the heart of the campus, alongside the architecturally impressive creative arts building. A new £22m Learning and Leisure Centre has recently opened, which brings together access to the library, computing, sport, leisure and eating all under one roof. The university also has a 3M Buckley Innovation Centre which acts as a one-stop-shop for collaboration projects with the business.
A town centre campus, a few minutes walk from Huddersfield, one of the largest towns in the UK. It has all the sporting, cultural and social amenities you would expect from a major regional centre. Conveniently placed with excellent rail and road links. Huddersfield is on the M62 corridor and the mainline railway meaning easy access to all major centres in the North of England.
Living in Huddersfield
Our campus is an inspiring place to study and also provides chilled out space for relaxation or taking time out with a book or chatting to friends. Running through the heart of the Huddersfield campus is the Huddersfield Narrow Canal. It’s a picturesque setting with that all-important WOW factor for visiting family and friends, and it’s unique to Huddersfield. So, what are you waiting for?
Find out more why you should make Huddersfield your first choice to live, work and play…
Lower cost of living – Huddersfield offers a lower cost of living compared with the UK’s major cities, giving you more for your money, the opportunity to study away from home, and greater independence to enjoy all that Huddersfield and the surrounding areas have to offer.
Cosmopolitan town – Huddersfield’s a vibrant and exciting melting pot of nationalities. Studying here is a great opportunity to make lifelong friends from around the world as well as experience new and different ideas, knowledge, food, culture, music and lots more.
Proximity to big cities – Means you can access the best features of big city life including social, cultural and entertainment activities, while living and studying in a friendly and welcoming town.
Good transport links – Huddersfield’s proximity to the M62, M1, rail and airport links mean you can enjoy an independent university life but getting home again is relatively quick and easy.
Vibrant town centre – The town centre has an independent feel with unusual shops, buildings, unique events and festivals. It’s a great place to express your individuality and experience new things.
The great outdoors – The stunning Peak District National Park is within easy reach offering lots of activities for experienced outdoor types as well as anyone wanting to try something new. Try mountain biking, hiking, rock climbing, canoeing, caving, sailing, quad biking, horse riding and much more.