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Huddersfield University

Huddersfield, England, United Kingdom
Campus setting Urban
Living cost USD 964 per month
Student population Large (More than 10,000)
International students 33%
Institution type Public

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About Huddersfield University

Huddersfield University is an excellent institution for students looking to study in the UK. Recognised by Times Higher Education as University of the Year in 2013, Huddersfield University has only continued soaring higher. In 2016, the university placed first for having the most staff with teaching qualifications in England and in the following year, received the Global Teaching Excellence Award. Huddersfield University is also acknowledged by the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) panel of experts as a gold-rated university, reflecting the institution’s high quality services.

Additionally, the university has a growing reputation as a leader in the field of enterprise, having won the Times Higher Education Entrepreneurial University of the Year title in 2012 and a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade in 2013. With a strong Enterprise Team, the university also works with students and helps them turn their business ideas into reality. A bright future awaits those who study at this institution as Huddersfield University students graduate with a high success rate in employment and further studies, with more than 90% of undergraduates and postgraduates going into either field within six months after graduating.

Campus information

Huddersfield University’s campus is located in the county of Yorkshire in England, which was voted as one of the world’s best destinations by Lonely Planet. Surrounding this beautiful countryside are big cities like Leeds and Manchester, which are easily accessible through public transportation and are only 20 to 35 minutes away from the campus.

With more than a £100 million investment on facilities, the campus is filled with beautiful architecture that captures Huddersfield University’s heritage and modernity with the university’s historic and contemporary buildings. To give students an edge in their learning, the university also provides state-of-the-art laboratories, studios and workshops with specialised equipment and resources that encompass multiple fields of study.

Students’ every need is met as campus facilities include cafés and restaurants that offer cuisine from around the world, a gym and a library which also supplies an extensive amount of material online. These facilities and more can be found in Student Central, the university’s learning and leisure centre which also provides services for issues concerning jobs, finance, wellbeing and disability.

Accommodation

Students can book accommodation with DIGS Student, Huddersfield University’s approved accommodation provider. DIGS Student offers accommodation in two places, Storthes Hall Park Student Village and Ashenhurst Student Houses.

Storthes Hall Park Student Village

Students live in flats with a shared kitchen and dining area. Various bedroom types ranging from classic to premium are offered to meet different budgets and needs. Besides facilities such as a mini supermarket, gym and laundrette, this student village also features a hub for students’ leisure and learning activities called The Venue, which is complete with a bar and café, games room, cinema room and study room. With 24-hour on-site security and over 1300 students staying at the village every year, students can be assured of the village’s safe and vibrant environment. A regular shuttle bus runs between the university and Storthes Hall every day, with a commute time of 15 to 20 minutes.

Ashenhurst Student Houses

Students have their own rooms in the houses, and share kitchen and bathroom facilities. Situated within a serene parkland and populated by a smaller community of 280 students, Ashenhurst Houses are for students who prefer a quieter life. In addition to the vast space of Ashenhurst’s parkland area which is great for sports, barbeque parties and picnics, students living here are closer to the university and town centre. Students can walk to these locations within 10 minutes or utilise the regular public bus service. The site is also under CCTV surveillance to ensure students’ safety. 

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Agriculture Studies 1 Applied, Pure Sciences 1 Business, Management 1 Creative Arts & Design 1 Education and Teaching 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 4 Mass Communication & Media 1

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Jeremy Widdup 4/5
Terrific location and facilities in this modern expanding complex - There are comfortable bars an... Read more
Fatou Bittaye 4/5
A very good university with good, hardworking and understanding staff, with a very resourceful l... Read more

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