United Kingdom
University of Huddersfield
The University of Huddersfield is a public university that provides a variety of educational programmes. Its history stretches back to 1841, when it was founded as the Young Men's Mental Improvement Society. It later became a technical college in 1896 after undergoing various renovations. The college was then united with the Oastler College of Education in 1970 to form Huddersfield Polytechnic. Finally, in 1992, the polytechnic obtained university status and became the University of Huddersfield. The University of Huddersfield now provides over 200 undergraduate, postgraduate taught, and postgraduate research courses. Some of the most popular programmes at the University of Huddersfield, such as the MBA and MS in Accounting, are placed among the top 100 by QS Subject Rankings.

Cost of attendance

Tuition costs at the University of Huddersfield range from 18,000 EUR to 38,000 EUR (15 lakh- 30 lakh). Bachelor of Computer Science is the most expensive degree, costing 38,304 EUR in tuition. Aside from that, students must spend 6,000 EUR to 10,000 EUR on living expenses in the UK.


The University of Huddersfield offers suggested and authorised accommodation for overseas students. Storthes Hall Park, Ashenhurst Houses, Aspley House and Little Aspley House, Castings House, Saw Mill, Snow Island, and Firth Point are some of the houses. On-campus housing costs roughly £70.00 per week on average.

Acceptance rate

The overall number of students registered at the university is 15055, with 73.6 of them being international students. The university's admittance rate is below 20%.


All classrooms, lecture theatres, and meeting rooms on the University of Huddersfield campus have Wi-Fi and sophisticated AV equipment. On-campus facilities include cutting-edge scientific and engineering laboratories, libraries, workshops, studios, an analysis surgical theatre suite, mock facilities for practical sessions, and so on. Metrology and precision engineering facilities; Knitting, Embroidery, and Weaving workshops; Specialist inspection and measurement centre; Materials analysis and characterization laboratory are some of the significant facilities on campus and in the 3M Buckley Innovation Centre.


Officially recognized/chartered by the Privy Council, University of Huddersfield is a large coeducational UK higher education institution.

Jobs and Placement

Within six months following graduation, 97.3 percent of University of Huddersfield alumni seek further study or work placements. Furthermore, the university is recognised among the top 15 universities by HESA Student Record, and top employers include BBC, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Unilever, and DHL Supply Chain. Employees with a University of Huddersfield degree earn an average of 24 lakhs.

QS Ranking

#701-750 in QS Top University Rankings 2022

The Ranking

#601–800 World University Rankings THE 2022

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