University of Huddersfield

University of Huddersfield

The University of Huddersfield is a public university located in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England.

The Students’ Union represents, supports and advises students on all aspects of their time at university.

Led by five elected officers the Students’ Union is run by students, for students. Located in the new purpose-built £22.5 million Student Central, the Students’ Union now boasts a range of services.

Services include Student Activities – sports clubs and societies, the Give it a Go scheme, one-off events and Student Media (RadioHud and T’HUD Magazine); Volunteering – providing opportunities to help support the local community or national charitable organizations; Representation – making sure the Students’ Union is a member-led organization; the Advice Centre – offers confidential and impartial support on any welfare, financial or academic issues; and last but not least the SU Shop – providing day-to-day essentials in the centre of campus.

Huddersfield was ranked joint first out of all Yorkshire universities for high quality staff and lectures in the opinion panel research survey in 2007. The university achieved the highest ranking of any mainstream university in the United Kingdom for assessment and feedback in the 2011 survey

The Sunday Times Good University Guide , ranked the university 64th out of 122 in 2013.

The university achieved the highest ranking in the 2011 International Student Barometer conducted by the International Graduate Insight Group.

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