If you are a student or a member of staff and have symptoms of Covid-19 or have had a positive test

Report it to us.  Please look at the new FAQs to familiarise yourself with what to do in case you need to report symptoms or a positive test in the future.

 

Last updated on 18 September 2020 at 14:30.

We are very pleased that there is now clarity regarding examination results. Once we receive the new grades we will work hard to ensure everything goes smoothly for our applicants. We do still have places, as we have been awarded extra student numbers in light of our excellence in teaching, so, if you are not already holding a place, contact our Clearing Helpline by emailing study@hud.ac.uk.

If we previously rejected your application and you now hold higher centre assessment grades (CAGs) please send proof of these to study@hud.ac.uk including your name, date of birth, UCAS personal ID and course applied for. We will then get in touch with you to confirm the next steps as soon as possible.

Our campus is a Covid-secure environment and will be open for teaching, research and student support, with Covid-19 precautions in place, for the new academic year. All students will receive individual timetables which will show them when they need to be on campus. You can view a broad timeline for when things will be accessible. We look forward to welcoming you to campus.

Please take a moment to watch our animation which shows how campus has been prepared for you, and also the animation of the guidelines we will need you to follow to stay safe.

Table of contents
Information regarding calculated grades
The start of the new academic year in September 2020
Frequently Asked Questions
VC's letter about teaching in September 2020
Staying safe on campus video

Information regarding calculated grades

What to do if you're going to appeal about your calculated grades.

Your safety, campus access and services

Information on how you'll be kept safe, if campus is open and how to access services.

Your Course and Timetable

Guidance on how your studies will be delivered in the next academic year.

IT Resources and support

What IT resources you'll have access to, what IT equipment you'll need and support for students without access to IT.

Enrolment, welcome and getting started

Information about what's happening at the start of term including the Students' Union's Welcome Festival.

Student Accommodation

What should you do about booking your accommodation? Should you consider commuting? Answers inside.

International Students

Guidance for international students.

Disabled students and wellbeing issues

Find out how to access support for your studies during the Covid-19 pandemic.


Applicant Frequently Asked Questions

Applications and offers

Your application will still be processed plus answers to your questions about applications and offers.

Open Days and applicant events

Register your interest for our online Open Day. Plus answers to your questions about selection events at Huddersfield.


A message from the Vice-Chancellor regarding September 2020

At the University of Huddersfield our aim is to deliver excellent teaching and learning, underpinned by world class research, in an environment which is safe and secure for all our students and staff.

Over the past few months we have been working hard to ensure that we can reopen our Huddersfield campus for our students and we look forward to welcoming you here as part of our community in September. I am writing to you to set out how we will be operating in the Autumn term in what are unprecedented times.

Our new academic year will start in September as usual.  We aim to deliver as much face-to-face teaching as possible, supported by online teaching where necessary.  Please be assured that we will continue to follow the Government’s advice and not put you, our students or our staff, at risk.  We will continue to deliver our gold-rated courses effectively through this combination of methods and look forward to seeing you in Huddersfield soon.  We will be in touch with you to advise you of your personal timetable nearer the start of term.  

All academic and technology staff are currently engaging in further developments to support our new approaches to teaching, and some of your classes and tutorials will be delivered online, where you will be able to chat with staff and students using virtual meeting spaces.  You will also be timetabled on campus as much as is safe to do so, so that you will be able to come along and enjoy meeting people you study with and access our state-of-the-art equipment and facilities, such as our science and technology laboratories, TV studios, design studios and healthcare clinics.

To make sure it is safe for everyone on campus, our classes will run with smaller group sizes than usual, with hygiene protocols in place which all staff and students will be asked to observe.  You will be given details of these before coming on to campus, but for example you might be directed to sit in specific or designated places, or to wear a face covering. You will also be asked to follow directional signage around campus so that you comply with social distancing guidance.

Our library and social spaces have measures in place so that you can access them safely, and our Students’ Union is preparing its Welcome Week activities to introduce you to its wide range of societies and clubs.  

Our accommodation partners have been putting in extra measures to ensure that you have somewhere safe to stay whilst studying at the University of Huddersfield.  We suggest that you carefully consider your accommodation choice and look in detail at the terms and conditions of any contract that you may be considering taking out with an accommodation provider.

Rest assured, we are looking forward to seeing you in September, we are working hard to make sure that you experience excellent teaching and learning in a safe and secure environment.

Stay safe and we will see you soon!

Yours sincerely

Professor Bob Cryan
Vice-Chancellor


Staying safe on campus

We are looking forward to welcoming students, staff and visitors back to our campus in Huddersfield.

This video explains how we will do it safely and what Covid-19 measures will be in place.