Huddersfield is in West Yorkshire, conveniently located between Leeds and Manchester. Here you can find everything you need to help you with your journey including directions to the University, no matter where you are coming from.
A number of our buildings are being renamed after important figures connected to areas of the University's work.
This year marks the 175th Anniversary of the Young Men's Mental Improvement Society, a predecessor institution of the University. During the year we are beginning a process of renaming many of our buildings, moving away from the largely descriptive former names and introducing names of important figures connected to areas of the University's work. Find out more here about the first buildings to be renamed.
Please note: you will need to have a certain level of access on your card to enter at certain points on the route. Please contact Estates if you have any queries on tel: 01484 472351 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maps of Huddersfield
We've included a map from Google (above) to make it easy to see the surrounding area of the town. Below, you can also find PDF maps of the town and the United Kingdom.
Town roads map
See an overview of main roads leading to and from Huddersfield town.
http://www.mytrainticket.co.uk/ (My train ticket provides rail journey planning and is an online impartial retailer that sells train tickets for all UK train companies to all National Rail destinations, London Underground stations and over 275 Plusbus locations.)
As a student, no matter how old, you can get a Metrocard for use on all buses and trains in West Yorkshire. You can get more information from the Metro (link as above) website or by visiting your local train or bus station. Metrocards are also available from any Post Office.