University of Huddersfield International Study Centre
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Igor, one of our former students from Rwanda, shares his experience of studying at the International Study Centre in this blog. Here, he tells us about important preparation steps he took ahead of his arrival in the UK, as well as the support that helped him through his studies at Huddersfield.
Our student ambassador, Javeria from Pakistan, shares her best tips on how to prepare for studying in the UK. Read her blog to get an insight into studying abroad and how to get there.
The University of Huddersfield International Study Centre have now announced an additional start date for the Autumn 2020 term. Students who want more time to prepare for their studies with us can now start their course in early November.
There are many reasons to study a degree in engineering – it’s an exciting subject which can lead to a wide range of high-paying careers. Learn more about studying engineering in our blog.
Khijra from India discusses her life in Huddersfield and whether she made the right decision coming to study in the UK.
Khijra from India explains the International Study Centre from a student’s perspective, as she discusses meeting her tutors and making friends in the UK for the first time.
Khijra from India, an International Foundation Year student, tells us all about life as an international student in the UK. In this first blog, Khijra talks about why she chose the University of Huddersfield International Study Centre and how she felt on her arrival.
A celebratory event from the International Study Centre and University of Huddersfield has awarded students for their academic achievements during ten years of the International Study Centre.
One of our International Study Centre students got the chance to swap roles with Linda, our Head of Centre.
A new pathway programme at the International Study Centre is set to provide more progression opportunities to a variety of degrees in the health sector.
The University of Huddersfield International Study Centre has introduced flexible entry requirements to the International Foundation Year in Computing, Engineering and Science, allowing students without a background in maths and science to join the programme.
The University’s Flying Start initiative comes out on top at a prestigious award ceremony for UK universities.
The latest Guardian University Guide features many subjects at Huddersfield in the top 50 of their individual subject league tables – as well as seeing the University itself rank in the overall top 50.
We are proud to announce that the University of Huddersfield has climbed 12 places in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018.