University of Huddersfield International Study Centre

Study in the UK

Over 120

nationalities on campus

Open the door to your future

Studying in the UK is a great way for international students like you to gain a prestigious degree and prepare for success. Studying abroad in Huddersfield is an opportunity to discover more about yourself in a safe and welcoming country, at a university with an international reputation for high quality teaching.

At the University of Huddersfield you will learn in a supportive learning environment, gaining the practical and career skills you need to succeed in a global community. Work alongside peers and faculty from around the world for a well-rounded education and a great student experience.

Work after study

After studying, you can start your career in the UK with the new Graduate Immigration Route – a 2-year post-study work visa for international students graduating from UK universities. If you begin your studies after autumn 2020, you’ll be able to work for up to two years after graduating with your valid Student visa. Take the first step with a pathway programme at the International Study Centre to gain the skills you'll need both on your degree and in your career.

 Discover the Graduate Immigration Route

Life in the UK

Students walk across the campus quad.

Students living in the UK enjoy a high quality lifestyle, especially at Huddersfield where student experience is ranked in the top five in the world. You will live in a historic, thriving town and be supported throughout your degree to explore your interests.

Education in the UK

A student uses the science laboratory.

Teaching includes a variety methods, including lectures, virtual learning, and practical work. Students are supported by personal tutors and highly qualified teachers. Some degrees include a work placement of up to one year.

Student life in Huddersfield

Students enjoy the colourful campus.

You will be encouraged to get involved from your first day on campus. There are over 110 sports club and societies, and over 60 international societies for you to explore your interests and discover more. 

Leslie works with the engineering equipment.

"The only thing that surprised me about the UK is the happiness. I always drink coffee on a Sunday and when I go to sit and drink I saw people smiling. I see that people here are so happy. I think people living here are very polite, so they make you feel welcome."

Leslie from China
Studied International Year One in Engineering

Find out more about starting your studies or check the latest COVID-19 information.