The University of Huddersfield has around 280 full time courses with a wide range of subjects, both modern and traditional. The university has invested nearly 80 million pounds recently on its infrastructure and technology upgrade and is considered to be one of the very  highly prestigious universities in the world. 




The tuition fees for BA (Hons) in Hospitality Management is £12,500/- but the University will automatically consider you for the £2,000 international scholarships for new students from India as part of your application. They will also give you a further discount of £500/- for paying your yearly fees in advance (which has to be paid anyway as per the visa requirements for Indians). So you actually pay, for normal students, only £10,000/-.

But if you have good grades, then in addition, the University will offer you a further £1,000 scholarship (Santander scholarship for applicants of exceptional talent). The scholarship will be considered as part of the application process and should you be successful, you will be awarded a total scholarship of £3,000 which will be confirmed on your offer letter.  This scholarship applies to the first year of your studies only. So if you’ve got good grades so far, then you would pay just £9,000/- in your first year.

The full 4-year course will include 12 months job placement/internship; you will pay a reduced fee of £1,400/- for that year in work placement/internship, and you will earn around £1,000 to £1,200 per month = £14,400/- in that one year alone in full time employment. You will also earn at the same rate working full-time during your vacations, and half of that working part-time (20 hours per week) during the rest of your course (term time). Get out your calculator !

The University of Huddersfield tuition fees for MSc in International Hospitality Management is £12,500/- but the University will automatically consider you for the £2,000 international scholarships for new students from India as part of your application. They will also give you a further discount of £500/-for paying your yearly fees in advance (which has to be paid anyway as per the visa requirements for Indians)
, so you actually pay only £10,000/- (this is a 1-year course, and if you have done your BA at University of Huddersfield and go for the M Sc after that the scholarship available doubles to £4,000/-, so the M Sc cost comes down to just £8,500/- ! And as you pay the full year's fee in advance you get another £500 off ! So the M Sc fee comes down to just £8000/-)

*The tuition fees for other University of Huddersfield programs are :

English preparation courses :    
Pre-Sessional English Programmes   £1,000-£6,000
International Foundation Year    £9,000-£9,495
International Year One   £9,000-£9,495
Pre-Master's Programme   £6,450-£7,000
Undergraduate (Bachelors) courses:    
Computing, Engineering and Science   £13,500
(Scholarship available)    
Accountancy &Finance, Architecture, Art&Design,   £12,500
(Scholarship available)    
Business, Combined Honours, Drama,    
Education, English, Health, History, Journalism&    
Media, Law, Music & Music Technology, Social Sciences,    
Youth & Community (including the addition of a
modern language)

Work Placement Year





Postgraduate (Masters) taught courses:    
Computing, Engineering and Science   £13,500
(Scholarship available)    
Accountancy &Finance, Architecture, Art&Design, (Scholarship available)   £12,500
Business,Combined Honours,Drama   £12,500
Education, English, Health, History, Jouralism&Media,Social Sciences,    

Law, Music & Music Technology, 

Youth & Community

MBA   £13,900
(Scholarship available)    


The above figures apply to a single academic year running from September to the following July (10-11 months). Some postgraduate courses may run for longer than this. These figures are for guidance only and may vary depending on the individual student's requirements.

We currently estimate your living costs in Huddersfield to be around £6,000 per year, but the UK Govt. guidance requires you to make a provision for
£7,380/- before the first year.
If you are a self-funded international student (on a full time taught degree course only) and you pay your tuition fees in full by a designated date, an early payment
discount of £500 is awarded.

This discount is for tuition fees paid for the degree programme only, and excludes any tuition fees for pre-degree programmes such as Pre-Sessional English, International Foundation Year, International Year One or Pre-Masters.

The funds must have been cleared in to the University bank account by the following dates to be eligible for the discount.

Payment Deadline Dates:

September Intake: 31st July

January Intake: 30th November

The fee discount will be applied after any Scholarship has been deducted.




The University of Huddersfield was established in 1852. It has over 400 undergraduate and postgraduate courses with 25,000 students from over 130 countries.


University Awards:

  • University of the year awarded by Times Higher Education in November, 2014

  • Voted the Number 1 university by 48,000 students (International Students Barometer)

  • A top 10 provider of ‘sandwich’ course – links to top international companies such as Microsoft, Apple, Ferrari, BMW, Intel, Price Waterhouse Coopers (HESA)

  • More National Teaching Fellows (national awards for teaching excellence) than any other UK university

  • Huddersfield is among the UK’s top universities for library facilities (THE Student Experience Survey 2008)

  • Safe campus university environment based in Huddersfield town centre and close to the train station and shops

  • Huddersfield is a convenient base to explore the rest of the UK and Europe – Manchester and Leeds are only 30 minutes away. London is only three hours away and we are less than an hour from Manchester Airport

  • Huddersfield was ranked 7th in a league table of UK ‘towns with a wealthy lifestyle for cheap’


University Facilities:

  • Nearly £90 million invested over last few years.

  • New Enterprise Centre and new Student Centre costing £40 million.

  • The new £17 million Business School building, which opened in September 2010, is one of the most stunning places to study business in the UK

  • A bold new £14 million Creative Arts Building opened in 2008, and features a concert hall, cutting edge music research studio, art and design studio and live recording facilities.


Huddersfield USPs – Hospitality Programme:

  • Opportunity to progress to the postgraduate International Hospitality Management MSc, with a progression scholarship of up to £4000 available

  • Low cost of living in a safe and diverse community

  • Great location – near to Manchester and Leeds, and Yorkshire countryside

  • Extremely professional/vocational/career-focused courses

  • Graduate employment for Hospitality at 97.8%

  • Sandwich placements offered for most courses


Graduate Employment:

  • Graduate employability of 95.2% (97.8% for Hospitality) for UK and EU graduates employed or in further study 6 months after graduating, which is almost five percentage points above the national average (HESA)

  • Graduate employment for Hospitality and Events Management 97.8% (HESA)

  • The University’s Business Mine is a on-campus facility that provides a range of free services and professional environment for students and graduates to try out their business ideas with the support of a business mentor

  • The University is ranked 17th out of all universities in the UK for employability generally by the Sunday Times and 13th out of all universities in the UK for graduates into graduate jobs (Unistats)


Huddersfield has some great accommodation provided by ‘Digs’ - and there are enough rooms in our halls of residents for all our first years, so you can be sure that you’ll have a safe and friendly place to live when you arrive.


Storthes Hall Park and Ashenhurst Houses Student Accommodation are our recommended and approved halls. These are independent of the University and are privately owned and operated by Digs Student. Huddersfield also has accommodation for families.


What’s available:


Storthes Hall Park Student Village gives you a great home from home feel. You have easy access to the University and town centre attractions with our dedicated free shuttle bus service. You also have the benefit of living in beautiful Yorkshire countryside without missing out on a great social life.

With a superb range of facilities and services available, this site is ideal for first year students. Situated in attractive parkland to the south of the town, it offers a total of 1,432 en-suite single, single deluxe, double or disabled bedrooms in shared flats of 6 to 8 students, each of which has a communal kitchen/dining room – equipped with cookers, microwaves, fridge/freezers and kettles. Fibre Optic Broadband internet access is standard in each room. The site is manned 24/7 by an on-site team.


It gives you the opportunity to study with easy access to superb facilities including:

Bar and Club

Mini Supermarket


Sports Pitch

24 Hour Security and CCTV

DVD Rental

TV Lounge



Entertainment and Special Events


A comfy bed for you to stretch out in, a bed side unit to keep all your prized possessions, shelves, a huge notice board, wardrobe and a large desk for you to study at! We have single bedrooms and doubles available with either a double bed or two singles. Every bedroom gets their own en-suite bathroom with a shower, wash basin, toilet and mirror so there will be no fighting for the shower in the morning! Not forgetting the all important free super fast optic broadband with optional upgrades.

Each apartment has a fully kitted kitchen with a dining area. Some of the apartments have also been recently upgraded to include a lounge with an LCD TV. The communal area of your flat is a great place to learn to cook, socialise and hang out with your new flat mates.

Storthes Hall in Huddersfield has long been regarded as one of the best places for students to hang their hats. Situated in beautiful Yorkshire countryside five miles to the South East of Huddersfield, the regular shuttle bus service means the town and the University are only a short distance away, making it an ideal, affordable and a fun place to be.


Ashenhurst Student Houses is the perfect accommodation for students who are a little more independent and want to stay away from the hustle and bustle of a large student village. Closely located to the town centre and university, Ashenhurst is a fun and affordable place to be.

The communal house design gives you the best of both worlds. You’ll be sharing a house, kitchen and bathroom facilities with your house mates as you would in a private let, with the added benefit and security of being part of the DIGS community. Broadband internet is included as standard in each room. As with Storthes Hall, Ashenhurst Houses is also staffed 24 hours a day.

Ashenhurst Houses is located within lovely parkland with plenty of outside spaces for a kick around and the all important BBQ area’s for the summer months. Ashenhurst residents are also more than welcome to join in the activities at Storthes Hall Park.

A comfy bed for you to stretch out in, a bed side unit to keep all your prized possessions, shelves, a notice board, wardrobe and a large desk for you to study at! You get a wash basin in your bedroom but as the accommodation is based on a “house” rather than a flat you share a bathroom, shower room and two toilets with your fellow housemates.

At Ashenhurst Houses the kitchen areas are where everyone can mix and get to know each other. Here you'll find cookers, fridge freezers, microwaves, table and chairs, kettle and in the standard houses there is also a leather sofa to relax on.

Built based on a communal house design this accommodation gives you the best of both worlds. Unlike renting a private house in the city, at Ashenhurst you are moving into a fully fledged student village facility and you'll get all the benefits from it. You'll be about a 15 minute walk away or a 5 minute bus journey from the University. You are able to use the public transport service with your Digs bus pass.


Family accommodation

If you need to, check into a local hotel for a week or two while you explore Huddersfield and make a decision about what area you want your family to live in, where local schools are and what worship and prayer facilities are available locally.

The University recommends:

Briar Court Hotel which is convenient for the M62 Motorway connection Briar Court Hotel which is convenient for the M62 Motorway connection from the Airport and a short taxi ride into the town centre and to the University.

A single room costs £61 per night or £385 for a week.

A three bed family room costs approximately £85 per night or £525 for a week.

A large family suite costs approximately £95 per night or £595 for a week.

Prices include breakfast and all taxes

Arrange to view a number of apartments and houses until you find one with which you are happy.

If you are looking for a "let" or "lettings" or "rental property" it is best to centre your search on the University postcode which is HD1 3DH.

You should expect to pay up to about £500 per month for a small three bedroom house, up to about £1,000 per month for a large four bedroom house or stylish apartment.

When you have selected a property to rent you will be asked to sign a contract, which will usually be for at least 12 months, for which you will pay one month at a time in advance. You will also be asked for a refundable deposit of approximately one month's rent against any damage to the property while you are living there.

Please try and book your accommodation before you arrive in Huddersfield.


List of Full Time Courses available :


3D Digital Design MA


Accelerator Science MSc
Accountancy and Finance BA(Hons)
Accountancy BA(Hons)
Accountancy with Financial Services BA(Hons)
Accountancy with Law BA(Hons)
Accounting MSc
Advanced Computer Science MSc
Advanced Safeguarding MSc
Advertising and Marketing Communications BA(Hons)
Air Transport and Logistics Management BSc(Hons)
Analytical Bioscience MSc
Analytical Chemistry MSc
Animation BA(Hons)
Applied Computing (Top-up) BSc(Hons)
Architectural Technology BSc(Hons)
Architecture/Architecture (International) (RIBA Part 1) BA(Hons)
Architecture/Architecture (International) (RIBA Part 2), Master of
Automotive and Motorsport Engineering BEng(H)/MEng
Automotive Engineering MSc


Banking and Finance MSc
Behavioural Sciences BSc(Hons)
Biochemistry BSc(Hons)
Biology (Molecular and Cellular) BSc(Hons)
Broadcast Journalism BA(Hons)
Business Administration and Management (Top-up) BA(Hons)
Business and Human Resource Management BA(Hons)
Business and Journalism BA(Hons)
Business and Marketing BA(Hons)
Business Economics MSc
Business English and Intercultural Communication MA
Business Information Management BA(Hons)
Business Management and Leadership BA(Hons)
Business Management BA(Hons)
Business Management with Finance BA(Hons)
Business MSc
Business Operations Management BA(Hons)
Business Studies BA(Hons)
Business Studies with Environmental Management BA(Hons)
Business Studies with Financial Services BA(Hons)
Business with Finance MSc
Business with Financial Services (Top-up) BA(Hons)
Business with Human Resource Management MSc
Business with International Law MSc
Business with Supply Chain Management BA(Hons)


Chemical Engineering and Chemistry BSc(Hons)
Chemical Engineering BEng (Hons)
Chemistry BSc(Hons)
Chemistry MChem
Chemistry with Chemical Engineering BSc(Hons)
Chemistry with Forensic Science BSc(Hons)
Chemistry with Industrial Experience MChem
Childhood Studies BA(Hons)
Combined Honours BA/BSc(Hons)
Commercial Law (Distance Learning) LLM
Computer Games Design BA(Hons)
Computer Games Programming BSc(Hons)
Computer Games Technology (Design) (Top-up) BA(Hons)
Computer Games Technology (Programming) (Top-up) BSc(Hons)
Computer Systems Engineering BEng(Hons)
Computing BSc(Hons)
Computing in Business BA(Hons)
Computing MEng
Computing Science BSc(Hons)
Computing Science MEng
Contemporary Art and Illustration BA(Hons)
Contemporary Art BA(Hons)
Costume with Textiles BA(Hons)
Counselling Studies BSc(Hons)
Creative Music Technology BMus(Hons)
Criminology BSc(Hons)


Digital Media MA
Doctor of Applied Linguistics
Doctor of Education, EdD
Doctor of Enterprise
Doctor of Philosophy
Drama and English BA(Hons)
Drama BA(Hons)


Early Childhood Education with Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS) BA (Hons)
Early Childhood Studies, MA
Early Years BA(Hons)
Early Years Initial Teacher Training (EYTS) - Graduate Entry Mainstream
Economics BSc(Hons)
Economics MSc
Education and Youth Work Studies MA
Education MA
Education, Human Resource Development and Training BA(Hons) (Top-up)
Electronic & Communication Engineering (Top-up) BEng(Hons)
Electronic and Communication Engineering BEng(Hons)
Electronic and Communication Engineering MSc
Electronic and Electrical Engineering BEng(Hons)/MEng
Electronic Engineering (Top-up) BEng(Hons)
Electronic Engineering and Computer Systems BEng(Hons)
Electronic Engineering MEng/BEng(Hons)
Embedded Systems Engineering MSc
Energy Engineering BEng(Hons)/MEng
Engineering Control Systems & Instrumentation MSc
Engineering Foundation Year
Engineering Management MSc
English and History BA(Hons)
English Language and Applied Linguistics MA
English Language and Applied Linguistics MA (Distance Learning)
English Language and Literature BA(Hons)
English Language BA(Hons)
English Language with a Modern Language BA(Hons)
English Language with Creative Writing BA(Hons)
English Literature BA(Hons)
English Literature with a Modern Language BA(Hons)
English Literature with Creative Writing BA(Hons)
Enterprise Development BA(Hons)
Entrepreneurship and Business BA(Hons)
European Business (Top-up) BA(Hons)
European Business BA(Hons)
Events Management BA(Hons)
Exercise Science BSc(Hons)


Fashion and Textile Buying Management BA(Hons)
Fashion Communication and Promotion BA(Hons)
Fashion Design with Marketing and Production BA(Hons)
Fashion Design with Textiles BA(Hons)
Film Studies and Drama BA(Hons)
Film Studies and English Literature BA(Hons)
Film Studies and History BA(Hons)
Finance MSc
Financial Economics MSc
Fine Art MA
Food Nutrition and Health BSc(Hons)
Forensic and Analytical Science BSc(Hons)
Forensic and Analytical Science MSc
Forensic and Analytical Science MSci
Forensic and Analytical Science with Industrial Experience MSci
Forensic Anthropology MSc
Forensic Entomology MSc
Forensic Science (Body Fluids/DNA) MSc
Forensic Science (Toxicology) MSc


Global Business and Logistics Management (Top-up) BA(Hons)
Global Business Management BA(Hons)
Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management MSc
Global Marketing (Top-up) BA(Hons)
Graphic Design and Animation BA(Hons)
Graphic Design BA(Hons)
Guidance, Professional Studies, PgDip


Health and Community Development BSc(Hons)
Health and Social Care MSc
Health Professions, Foundation Year
Health Studies (Long-term Conditions) MSc
Health Studies (Advanced Diabetes Care) MSc
Health Studies (Advanced Practice in Acute and Critical Care) MSc
Health Studies (Advancing Midwifery Practice) MSc
Health Studies (Health Professional Education: Teaching) MSc
Health Studies (Healthy Lifestyles) MSc
Health Studies MSc
History and Politics BA(Hons)
History BA(Hons)
History MA
History with a Modern Language BA(Hons)
Hospitality Business Management (Top-up) BA(Hons)
Hospitality Business Management BA(Hons)
Hospitality Business Management with a Modern Language BA(Hons)
Hospitality Management, Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Human Resource Management (Top-up) BA(Hons)


Illustration BA(Hons)
Information and Communication Technology (Top-up) BSc(Hons)
Information and Communication Technology BSc(Hons)
Information Systems Management MSc
Interactive Multimedia BA(Hons)
Intercultural Communication MA
Interior Design BA(Hons)
International Accountancy (Top-up) BA(Hons)
International Business (Top-up) BA(Hons)
International Business BA(Hons)
International Business Management MSc
International Business with a Modern Language (Top-up) BA(Hons)
International Business with Financial Services MSc
International Design Marketing and Communication MA
International Education, MA
International Fashion Design MA
International Fashion Management MA
International Finance with Law MSc
International Foundation Year (International Study Centre)
International Graphic Design Practice MA
International Hospitality Management MSc
International Human Resource Management (HRM) MA
International Law (Distance Learning) LLM
International Marketing MSc
International Politics BSc(Hons)
International Year One (International Study Centre)
Investigative Psychology MSc


Journalism BA(Hons)


Law (Exempting) Master of Law and Practice (MLP), incorporating LLB(Hons)
Law (Top-up) BA(Hons)
Law and Business BA(Hons)
Law LLB(Hons)
Law with Finance LLM
Leadership in Education and Public Services, MA
Learning and Development Management, MA
Legal Executive Pathway LLB(Hons)
Legal Practice Management Master of Business Administration (MBA)
LLM (Distance Learning)
Logistics and Supply Chain Management BSc(Hons)


MA by Research
Management MSc
Marketing BA(Hons)
Marketing Communications MSc
Marketing Management MSc
Marketing MSc
Marketing with Public Relations BA(Hons)
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Master of Enterprise
Mechanical Engineering (Top-up) BEng(Hons)
Mechanical Engineering BEng(Hons)/MEng
Mechanical Engineering Design MSc
Mechanical Engineering MSc
Media and Popular Culture BA(Hons)
Medical Biochemistry BSc(Hons)
Medical Biology BSc(Hons)
Medical Genetics BSc(Hons)
Midwifery Studies BSc(Hons)
MSc by Research
Music and Sound for Image BA(Hons)
Music BMus(Hons)
Music Journalism BA(Hons)
Music Technology and Audio Systems BSc(Hons)
Music Technology and Popular Music BA(Hons)
Music Technology BA(Hons)
Music with a Modern Language BA(Hons)
Music with Drama BA(Hons)
Music with English BA(Hons)


Network Technology and Management MSc
Nursing (Adult), BSc(Hons)
Nursing (Child), BSc(Hons)
Nursing (Learning Disability), BSc(Hons)
Nursing (Mental Health), BSc(Hons)
Nursing Studies (Post Registration) (Top-up) BSc(Hons)
Nutrition and Food Sciences MSc
Nutrition and Public Health BSc(Hons)


Occupational Therapy BSc(Hons)
Operating Department Practice BSc (Hons)


Performance Postgraduate Diploma
Pharmaceutical and Analytical Science MSc
Pharmaceutical Chemistry BSc(Hons)
Pharmaceutical Chemistry MSci
Pharmacy MPharm
Photography BA(Hons)
Physiotherapy BSc(Hons)
Podiatry BSc(Hons)
Politics and Criminology BSc(Hons)
Politics BSc(Hons)
Politics with Contemporary History BSc(Hons)
Politics with Sociology BSc(Hons)
Popular Music Production BA(Hons)
Popular Music Production BSc(Hons)
Pre-Masters Programme 2 Terms (International Study Centre)
Pre-Registration Nursing (Adult) MSc
Pre-Registration Nursing (Child) MSc
Pre-Registration Nursing (Learning Disability) MSc
Pre-Registration Nursing (Mental Health) MSc
Product Design BA/BSc(Hons)
Psychology BSc(Hons)
Psychology MSc
Psychology with Counselling BSc(Hons)
Psychology with Criminology BSc(Hons)


Religion and Education BA(Hons)
Risk, Disaster and Environmental Management MSc


Science Extended Degree leading to a BSc(Hons) Degree
Social Research and Evaluation (Distance Learning) MSc
Social Work BSc(Hons)
Social Work MSc
Sociology and Criminology BSc(Hons)
Sociology and Psychology BSc(Hons)
Sociology BSc(Hons)
Software Engineering BSc(Hons)
Software Engineering MEng
Sports Journalism BA(Hons)
Sports Promotion and Marketing BA(Hons)
Strategic Human Resource Management MSc
Supply Chain Management BSc(Hons)
Supply Chain Management with Logistics (Top-up) BSc(Hons)
Sustainable Architecture MSc


Teacher Training (Lifelong Learning) Cert Ed pre-service
Teacher Training (Lifelong Learning), PGCE pre-service
Teacher Training, Primary Education (Early Years and Key Stage 1) BA(Hons)
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages MA
Technology Enhanced Learning MSc
TESOL BA(Hons) (Top-up)
Textile Practice (Surface Design) BA/BSc(Hons)
Textile Practice (Textile Crafts and Art) BA/BSc(Hons)
Textile Practice (Textile Design) BA/BSc(Hons)
Textiles MA
Transport and Logistics Management BSc(Hons)
Travel and Tourism Management BA(Hons)


Web Technologies BSc(Hons)


Youth & Community Work, Professional Studies, PgDip
Youth and Community Work BA(Hons)




To know more about University of Huddersfield, go to: www.hud.ac.uk



Huddersfield’s reputation and prosperity was built around the textile industry and its fine woollen worsteds are still sent to customers all over the world. The boom created by the textile industry provided a rich legacy of fine Victorian buildings such as the railway station and its town Hall.

In 1920 Huddersfield Corporation purchased the Ramsden Estate including almost all of its town centre. As a result of this, Huddersfield has affectionately been styled as ‘the town that bought itself’.

The creativity that helped the town to prosper is still to the fore today – the town is becoming known for its award-winning festivals and a growing artistic reputation, earning it the European designation of a ‘Creative Town’.

Dominating the Huddersfield skyline, Castle Hill has been occupied since the Stone Age. The Victoria Tower was built in 1898/9 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Queen Victoria’s coronation. Visitors can take in panoramic views across Huddersfield and the surrounding countryside.



Experience the atmosphere of these former hand weavers cottages and the working life of the mid 1800’s at the Colne Valley museum. Visit the loom chamber, spinning room and gas-lit cobbler’s shop. There are frequent demonstrations of traditional activities and crafts by museum members.



The gallery houses changing displays from Kirklees’ excellent permanent collection of British Art of the last 100 years. Artists represented include Frances Bacon, LS Lowry, Henry Moore, Graham Sutherland and members of the Camden Town Group. An exciting changing programme features artists working in all media from Britain and abroad.



Each intriguing layer of Huddersfield’s past is revealed at the Tolson Museum. From the tools of the earliest settlers – made for hunting in the primitive forest – to the modern-day collections from local people. Learn how the boom in the textile industry changed people’s lives and brought prosperity to the town. Tolson leads you step-by-step through the centuries of Huddersfield’s history.



From old to new, Huddersfield has a wealth of attractive and award winning buildings.

In the town centre some of the finest buildings can be found in St. George’s Square. The railway station façade is considered by many people to be the finest in England and has been described as a ‘stately home with trains in’. Many of the warehouses and offices in the adjoining square were built in the Italianate style, magnificently concealing their former industrial use.

The McAlpine Stadium’s pioneering modern design was awarded the Royal Institute of British Architects’ ‘Building of the Year’ in 1995.

A town trail leaflet that explores many of the interesting and attractive buildings will be published in Autumn 1999.

The Kirklees visitor guide available from the Tourist information centre gives details of more things to do in the area beyond Huddersfield. The guide also lists details of accommodation available in Huddersfield and Kirklees.



The town centre provides a contrast for shoppers, from intimate lanes and arcades with small high quality shops to pedestrian areas providing the best in modern shopping and most major international chain stores.



A Victorian atmosphere pervades this elegant arcade built in 1880 and refurbished in a traditional style. Small units on three floors offer a complete range of merchandise for those with a taste for the individual.



A well designed building containing about 180 stalls, linked to the modern day shopping arcades. Open Monday to Saturday



The hall dating from 1887-89 originally served as a wholesale market but has now been beautifully restored and serves as a general market on Monday and Thursday, plus a bric-a-brac market on Tuesday and Saturday. The building is a fine example of cast iron work with glazed walls and elaborate detailing.



The beautiful and picturesque canals of Huddersfield historically played a vital role in the development of the town, carrying coal, wool, finished textiles and many other goods. They are now peaceful places to walk, cruise, picnic, and discover a fascinating mixture of industrial heritage and nature.



Located off Wakefield Road, Huddersfield just outside of the town centre, Aspley Basin is the terminus of the Huddersfield Broad Canal, a cruising waterway which links into the national network. What was once a hive of activity is now home to moorings and a popular canalside restaurant and pub.



Running from Aspley Basin along the Colne Valley, this formed the shortest Trans-Pennine route. It includes the Standedge Tunnel, the longest and highest in the country at 3 miles 135 yds long and standing 645 feet above sea level. A major restoration scheme is underway to re-open the full length of the canal, including the tunnel, by early in the new millennium.

From Huddersfield you can walk along the canal towpath to Marsden, a distance of seven miles through a valley of stark scenic beauty and imposing industrial architecture. A leaflet ‘The Pennine Link’ is available giving full details of the history and attractions along the canal.



Huddersfield is now firmly on the map when it comes to entertainment. Recent developments have given the town high quality venues to match its cultural output. A comprehensive listing of concerts and events ‘What’s On Kirklees’ is available from the Tourist Information Centre or various venues around the town.



Occupying a stylishly refurbished former Wesleylan Chapel, the main theatre offers diverse repertoire of drama and music in a variety of stage formats. The smaller Cellar Theatre provides an intimate venue for late night music, comedy, cabaret and small-scale theatre.



An extensive and varied musical programme begins each autumn at Huddersfield Concert Hall, a grand venue in the Town Hall. Highlights include a top class orchestral season and a season of lunchtime organ recitals.



At St Paul’s Concert Hall recitals are given by students from the University of Huddersfield and professional artists, ranging from soloists or brass and symphonic groups.

Almost all types of music can be heard in Huddersfield and the surrounding district. Jazz gigs occur at several pubs and clubs and the nearby small town of Marsden hosts a popular jazz festival in October. Folk music centres on Holmfirth and Cleckheaton, both a few miles away, with festivals in May and June.



Purpose built nine-screen cinema next to McAlpine Stadium showing the latest films.



Huddersfield offers a diverse cuisine to delight the palate. Some of the finest restaurants in Yorkshire can be found here, offering traditional British, Asian, French, Italian and Chinese Cuisine. Traditional fare and innovative menus can be found in many pubs in and around the town, offering good food and great value. Even the fish and chips can claim to be the best in the land!

If you are looking for a night on the town then Huddersfield is the place to be! The town’s pubs scored 8 out of 10 in a recent review by FHM magazine. There’s also a choice of night-clubs where you can dance into the small hours. If you prefer something a bit quieter, why not visit one of the many country pubs where you can sample proper Yorkshire beer and hospitality.

For more details of pubs, clubs, cafes and restaurants in Huddersfield pick up a copy of ‘The Alternative Guide to Huddersfield’ from the Tourist Information Centre or various venues around the town.



As you might expect in the place where Rugby League was born, sport plays a vital role in the life of the town. There are a multitude of activities to get the adrenaline flowing for both spectators and participants.



Opened in 1995, this 24,000 seat stadium is home to both Huddersfield Town Football Club and Huddersfield Giants Rugby League Club. Tours of the stadium are available for groups by arrangement.


Facilities for a wide range of sports include swimming, bowling, squash, badminton and fitness suite, sauna/solarium, many exercise classes and crèche.



Six golf courses provide an excellent challenge for the enthusiast. The municipal Bradley Park Course, off Bradley Road is an 18 hole golf course in landscaped grounds with practice and putting greens.

Adjoining the McAlpine Stadium is a 32-bay floodlit driving range with golf school, short game area and an artificial putting green.



Three fine parks provide a variety of attractions for residents and visitors alike.



Just north-west of the town centre, the park includes a spacious conservatory, a large paddling pool, playground, bandstand, bowling greens, pitch and putt, crazy golf and tennis.



Re-erected here are local monuments that date from the Roman times to the Industrial Revolution. Most notable of these structures is the entrance to the former Cloth Hall with its domed clock tower. The park also includes bowling greens and a playground.


This lies two miles south of the town centre and consists mainly of woodland on an attractive hillside.



Whether it’s the dramatic rugged moorland of the Peak District and South Pennines, wooded valleys or rolling green fields, you can be sure that in Huddersfield you’re never far from some wonderful countryside.

The area around Huddersfield is ideal for exploring on foot or cycle. From short strolls to challenging walks there’s something for everyone within a few minutes of the town centre.

The tourist information centre can provide a good stock of guides and information to help you enjoy the countryside and details of guided walk programmes.

The countryside here lends itself to many other outdoor pursuits with riding, sailing, angling, orienteering, hang gliding, and paragliding all popular.



Funding Your Studies

Studying outside your own country can be expensive and hence you should investigate all possible sources of funding. Many students will fund their studies through family or personal savings. Others will be fortunate to secure sponsorship from the University, government or charitable organisation. However many students are also funding their, or at least part of, studies through a bank loan and additional information is therefore outlined below.

Bank Loans

Most public sector banks and private banks provide education loans to students for pursuing higher professional or technical programmes abroad. The sanctioned loan covers university fees, purchase of books, equipment, travel expenses and purchase of computers. Other essentials like study tours, project work and thesis are also often covered by the loan amount.

Obtaining a Bank Loan:

Different Banks have different schemes under which they define the amount of the loan they can sanction, the rate of Interest, the time and mode or repayment and all. We must strongly advise you to consult different local banks in your home town for education loans and choose the best option available.


Private Company Education Loan:


For your benefit and convenience we have tied up with AVANSE EDUCATIONAL LOANS, a private company, to provide you with an educational loan on reasonable terms. They will fund all your fees, travel and other expenses including living expenses. However there is no compulsion for you to take the loan from them; you can exercise your right to take the loan from your own sources also. Just click the ‘Need a Loan’ link on this website for an AVANSE application form. Fill it up, scan and email it to us. It takes about 7 days to get an ‘in principle’ approval.

Documents Needed:

Listed below is a guide to some of the documents that you would need to provide the bank before you can avail of the study loan: Unconditional offer from the university as proof of admission to the course

Bank statements for the last six months, IT returns not more than two years old and a brief statement of assets and liabilities of the borrower Schedule of expenses for the course including accommodation costs, travel costs, food etc
Mark sheets of school exams and graduate studies that you have completed so far. For a more comprehensive list visit a bank near your area and check with them.

Note that official study loans are accepted by the British High Commission or the British Embassy as proof of funding to cover your tuition fees and living costs. However you may still be required to provide evidence of the security you have provided for this study loan

Repaying the Loan:

Students are normally given a repayment holiday or moratorium during the study period plus one year, or six months after getting a job, whichever is earlier. The loan has to be repaid in five to seven years after the commencement of repayment, this again varies from Bank to Bank so please check with your banks while procuring the Bank loan. Whilst you are studying your family will usually be required to pay the interest only on the loan

Where to look for employment in the UK?

University Careers Office - most universities and colleges in the UK have well resources careers offices to help students to find employment on completion of their studies.
Printed Media - a very common way to find jobs in the UK.
Employment Agencies.
Career Fairs - These may take place in the city you are located or close by and happen at various times during the year.
What are British employers looking for?
Good academic grades from recognised institutions
Good communication and English language skills
Relevant training/work experience
An ability to contribute to the company to achieve its targets
An ability to work as a team member.



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